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Old January 17, 2007, 05:14 PM
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Default Motherboards.org reviews NXZT Lexa case

"Cases come and go and contain the components of the computer. One of the primary things about modern cases is the move away from the beige enclosures of the past and towards the custom look that modders have been using for years. Cases determine how many hard disk drives, Optical Drives and the type of motherboard that can be used. With the advent of the 8800GTX cards from NVIDIA, the clearance in a case also is important as the new cards are so long that some cases will have difficulty installing or using the new video card. Today, the case on the review schedule is the NZXT Lexa case that we use for our video card reviews."


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