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NZXT Lexa S - Caja ATX Midi para PC (2 puertos USB 2.0), color negro
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Descripción del producto
Altura: 52,2 cm
Ancho: 22 cm
Bahía de disco: 11
Bahías externas de unidad de disco: 4x 5.25", 2x 3.5"
Bahías internas de unidad de disco: 5x 3.5"
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 2
Color del producto: Negro
Entrada de audio: Si
Factor de forma: Midi-Tower
Formas de factor de tarjeta madre soportadas: ATX, Micro-ATX
IEEE 1394/Firewire cantidad de puertos: 1
Indicadores LED: Si
Materiales: De plástico, Acero inoxidable
Peso: 11,5 kg
Profundidad: 56,9 cm
Ranuras de expansión: 7
Salida de audio: Si
Ventilador(es): 3x 120mm, 1x 80mm
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My observations, experience and comments:
At first, being so used to the huge full tower Cosmos S case, it was hard to size up the mid tower Lexa S... I thought downsizing from a monster like the Cosmos S to a midtower like the Lexa S would be fine; but then when I received the Lexa S, I was concerned that it was too small to handle a 1100 watt Tagan non-modular power supply with all the cables and my GTX 8800 graphics card, etc. Well, I was very pleasantly surprised. Cable management is thoughtfully planned out and is, in my opinion, the best feature of this case. At first look I was almost convinced that the amount of space between the back of the motherboard tray and the back cover would never fit all the cables. But I started the build and I was wrong. I could easily route the additional PSU cables under the stealth HD compartment and I was able to route the thick 20 pin motherboard cable up through the back and then back in to the motherboard through the rubber grommeted holes without any problem fitting the back side panel back on the case. NZXT fabricated a nice deep groove running up the back side of the case that will seat thicker cables so the back cover will fit correctly back on the case. The other fan, power, etc wires that needed to route to the back of the case were easily tucked in under the bottom empty drive bay area.
It is unfortunate, especially for people new to building computers, that so many case instructions sorely lack attention to detail and comprehensiveness. The Lexa S instructions are no exception. I hope that NZXT rewrites them with more detail about correct hookups for the dual fan control wiring, Removal of the front mesh bay covers, etc, detail on cable management, and more pictures. For a seasoned builder/modder like me, I found myself scratching my head more than once, especially when it came to removing the front mesh optical dive bay covers. The optical drive bay covers are a somewhat flimsy and poorly designed in my opinion. If you're not careful, you can easily break off the inside release tabs if you push then the wrong way. The release tabs on the edges push OUT toward the edges of the case, not IN toward each other and you may have to bend up the three metal filter holders FIRST before you take out the plastic covers. There is no reference to "how to" remove the covers in the instructions.
Second, the screw holes on the back of the case did not line up with the holes on the back of my Tagan power supply. This surprised me because I assume the holes on PSU's and on cases should be universal standard and line up. This may or may not be a design flaw with NZXT. Anyway, fortunately, NZXT thoughtfully put rubber feet on the inside bottom of the case PSU area and a metal flange above it that helps secure the top of the power supply to the bottom of the case, so even if the PSU is not screwed in, it still remains in place.
Third, if you have a large CPU cooler, you may struggle with a tight squeeze of space between the front of your CPU cooler and the windowed side of the case. I know this because I tested my older Ultra ChillTec (that I used in the Cosmos S) in the new Lexa S and while it fit, very little room was left between it, and the side window and top fan installations. During my research on the new case, when I had selected the Lexa S I also purchased a Corsair H50 cooler for it suspecting that I may have space issues if I used the Ultra ChillTec in the Lexa S. The Corsair H50 which fits fine in the Lexa S; but due to the extra height of the top reservoir on the H50 radiator that must screw in to the back fan then on to the back fan vent on the case, you cannot install another fan on the back top fan vent of the case. So, you'll have to move the included fan to the top fan vent directly in front of it.
An additional comment: As with most cases, there are numerous front panel I/O wires and leads that are twisted and bunched up between the front detachable panel and door and the front case panel. Unless you take the time to tinker around with pushing all of those wires back through the pass through hole in the front side panel to the back of the case, then manipulate them to fit with all the other wires in the back so your back side panel fits back on correctly, those bunches of wires will interfere with efficient airflow coming in from the front intake fan; as they will bunch up in front of the fan and the front cover intake vents when you snap the front cover panel on to the front of the case...albeit the wires seem to only partially block only one side of the fan.
Overall, I am impressed with this case. It has several great features that far outweigh the few minor flaws. It looks classy here in my home office, it's quiet and it was an enjoyable build. I would recommend this case to those on a budget and who want a feature rich, well designed mid tower computer case. I applaud NZXT for this design concept and hope that they make the few minor changes at some point that will make this case the "must have" outstanding budget mid-tower case that it aspires to be.
I was on the fence between the NZXT Phantom and this case. The price really wasn't a huge factor but it certainly didn't hurt that this case was half the price.
The design on this case is pretty standard with one interesting difference that I think works in its favor. Instead of pulling air in from the front and then channeling it out through the back, the main intake is on the side of the case. It is a great looking, blue LED fan. I think this works better for a number of reasons. The first is that even a big card like the 6870 does not stop the airflow before the air reaches the processor. The second is that the side fan blows air directly on the CPU, GPU, and RAM. I cannot set the build up in a different case to confirm this fact, but common sense tells me this is better.
MB: ASUS P8Z68 V-LE
GPU: Sapphire Radeon 6870
RAM: Corsair Vengence LP 16gig
HD: 64gig Corsair M4 SSD / 640gig HDD (set up using Intel Smart Response)
PSU: Corsair 650M
@Has 5 fans (comes with 4) which circulate the air well.
@Can control the speed of the fans (although i plugged it in and it doesn't work?)
@Has cool blue themed lighting on the side fan and in the front.
@Has a side 2USBs/SATA/Mikejack/Earphonejack/ bar so it's easy to plug in (it's not that
high quality though, at least in my opinion)
@The case is not very roomy, but it basically fits everything you need.
-When i bought the 2nd fan online and put it on the top, I had to take out my cd-rom which i had put it at the top row. That was because it wouldn't fit with the fan installed. So if you're planning to install 2 fans on the top of the case, you won't be able to put a cd-rom on the top row. But you have 3 rows under that, which is all I need, so I was fine.
@The back of the case was dented when it was delivered. Maybe it was the fault of the deliverer, but I was too lazy to ship it back so I just used it.
In the future, I'm planning to change cases just because it is a bit crammed inside and the cd-rom doesn't look that good on the 2nd row lol. Overall, it is a good product for it's price.
And so far im very satisfied with everything this case offers. It has excellent air flow, installed 4 fans, fits my graphics card perfect, and it looks very stylish. I love the LED lights and fan controls, very easy to connect by the way. Case design is plainly simple, but very stylish. With sidefan lighing up blue, it certainly looks good in the dark. I certainly recommend this case to everyone, especially those who are on short budget and enjoy gaming casually. Direction was poor, but you can easily learn about the case on youtube or web. I would definatley buy this case again!