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|30th October 2009, 10:11||#1|
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NZXT Lexa S
NZXT has been around for while in the computer industry. This company has been making some of the most interesting chassis we have seen. NZXT chassis also has been one of the few companies that like adding that little extra that most other chassis manufacturers don't normally add.
The Lexa S chassis is a chassis that fits those who want both a stylish chassis that can also accommodate a medium large sized computer system. This chassis is also small enough for those who has to have a space saving design, with out sacrificing cooling capabilities.
We at Bjorn3D going to take a look at the Lexa S chassis then put in a fairly large computer system in it, and see how things pan out for this chassis.
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