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NZXT Lexa Case Problem

Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by PVTCaboose1337, Apr 10, 2006.

  1. PVTCaboose1337

    PVTCaboose1337 Graphical Hacker

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    According to many reviews, I have heard about a strange no hassle PCI slot tool less install. I am worried that my x1800xt will not fit. Could anyone enlighten me?
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    I don't mean to rain on your parade but I really wouldn't reccomend that case. My friend got it and we all ragged on him. Unless you're a big fan of plastic I would pick something else. If I can remember though he ended up just using screws instead of the tool less PCI mounts because they were crap. As far as your x1800 I couldn't tell you, he had a 9800 Pro at the time.

    Edit: My bad, his was a Guardian. I misread the title. I just saw the NZXT part and thought of my friends old case. The one you're looking at may have a different redesigned PCI mount.
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    Yeah, mine (im looking at) has the tool less crap same as your friend. Screws are good tho.
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    Works great..

    I have the same case. I am pretty happy with it. I had the 9800 pro agp on it first - seemed an akward fit, but didn't give no trouble. Recently put in the 1900xtx - fits great, occupies 2 'windows'. Also has the option of adding a screw if u are paranoid about the thing falling off,,, but is probably over kill....

    Everyone who's seen my setup, loved it. Go for it!
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    I must use screws... Otherwise it will explode and overheat and all other bad things.

    Thx nocrapman! Will go for the case!

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