During the installation of the parts into the NZXT Lexa S something strange did happen, though. Well, I should say didn’t happen. I didn’t bleed at all. Perhaps I am a bit clumsier than most of you, but I almost always draw at least a little blood. That didn’t happen once on this case. All the potentially sharp edges have been rolled or deburred to protect your hands and hardware.
I must say I found it refreshing to know that a company like NZXT put the extra effort and money to protect their customers. Especially while keeping the cost under seventy bucks.
One of the other little extra features was the filter under the power supply.
Having the filter on the bottom of the case like this helps to prevent too much dust from being sucked in by your power supply off of the floor. Be honest how often do you move your computer to dust underneath it? I know I don’t do that often.
Legit Bottom Line: Despite a few areas of concern the NZXT Lexa S is a great case. If you are planning on running a system that is in need of some serious water cooling this may not be the greatest case for you. Though, if you are going to run the radiator or the fans externally you will be golden. If you are planning on an air cooled system you won’t find many cases of this build quality for under seventy bucks like this one is.