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Testseek.co.uk have collected 18 expert reviews of the NZXT Lexa Blackline and the average rating is 80%. Scroll down and see all reviews for NZXT Lexa Blackline.
 
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The editors liked

  • Great Aesthetics
  • Silent fans
  • Great drive rails
  • Reasonable Price Point

The editors didn't like

  • No antivibration devices
  • Annoying to remove side panels

 

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  Published: 2009-01-27, review by: tech-reviews.co.uk

  • Great Aesthetics, Silent fans, Great drive rails, Reasonable Price Point
  • No antivibration devices, Annoying to remove side panels
  • All things considered the Lexa Blackline isn’t a bad mid-tower case at all. Despite being first manufactured in 2007, it still holds up well in the modern marketplace. The striking red (or blue) aesthetics make it stand out and demand it be paid att...

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  Published: 2007-08-22, review by: XSreviews.co.uk

  • NZXT have done themselves proud once again. I was a little bit put off due to the obvious gamer looks and plastic front. However, my doubts were put to rest during installation and testing, due to the ease of drive fitting and noise output. The temper...

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  Published: 2009-06-08, review by: brighthub.com

  • Overall, the Lexa Blackline is a downer. Despite its good looks, the build quality is hopeless. Cheap plastics and metals are everywhere. The Lexa Blackline does come with 4 fans, but those fans arent placed in particularly good spots. And it does com...

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  Published: 2008-01-01, review by: uniquerigs.com

  • Nice glossy piano black finish on front panel door, Textured black paint finish on the aluminum panels, Screwless locking system for the drive bays, Pre drilled holes for water cooling solutions, Great design, nice improvements from the original Lexa
  • No removable motherboard tray

 
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  Published: 2007-10-26, review by: maximumpc.com

  • Relatively screwless design.
  • Cramped interior makes installing watercooling difficult; frontpanel lighting is a disaster.

 
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  Published: 2007-10-02, review by: virtual-hideout.net

  • The Lexa Blackline maintains the same features as the original Lexa, except that its made out of steel, providing a lower cost and more strength at the expense of weight. The case looks great, and provides all the necessary features of a mid tower ca...

 
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  Published: 2007-09-18, review by: cluboc.net

  • Abstract:  In January of 2006, Darren here at the club had the pleasure of reviewing the original NZXT Lexa, the latest entry in NZXTs Classic series. Darren liked it enough to give it a 9.5, so NZXT is obviously doing something right. Fast forward to Au...

 
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  Published: 2007-09-01, review by: thinkcomputers.org

  • Cable routing rack is nice, but flimsy, Oneofakind look, Cooling is superb, Temperature monitors are great for overclockers and gamers, Spacious, Elevatedwater tank could go underneath the unit, Predrilled and washered water cooling pipe holes, Side pane...
  • Must remove cable routing rack to secure PSU completely, Thumbscrews arent going to work on the backtheres space for them, but only the smallest of fingers could actually fit in there to tighten them, Glossy finish means fingerprints
  • Now, I know that users rarely change out motherboards and PSUs, but tool-less means that no tools are required. I had to use a screwdriver remove panels before I could install those parts. I applaud NZXTs cable rack-it helps and certainly completes t...

 
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  Published: 2007-08-30, review by: bigbruin.com

  • Sleek, beautiful design and finish, Tool-less features are easy to use, Three channel digital thermal probe included, Great airflow with low noise fans, Includes one 80mm and three 120mm fans, Filters included on all intake fans, Cable management cage, Pr...
  • Fans use 4-pin Molex drive connectors for power, Front intake fan filter not easily cleaned
  • Lately there have not been many cases that have truly excited me. I have yet to figure out exactly what grabbed my attention with the NZXT Lexa Blackline Performance Midtower ATX Case, but the sleek design of a black case with red accents really appeal...

 
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  Published: 2007-08-17, review by: gwn.com

  • Durable steel construction; Fierce combination of black finish and red lighting; Pre-drilled holes for water cooler systems; Improvements made over the original Lexa design.
  • External design flaws still exist from the original Lexa design that NZXT needs to correct.
  • The Lexa Blackline improves on a strong NZXT design and makes a strong case to house your gaming PC.

 
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