Conclusion: What to say about this case!? Well I like the looks of it and the finish is really cool. Its overall VERY lightweight so its easy to carry around and its very easy to mount parts in even though its a litte bit cramped inside. It was very well packed also and the manual shows you the basics, and by beeing able to adjust the color on the leds in the front you can get a more personal feeling.
Summary: NZXT builds some beloved cases, futuristic, sleek, aluminum designs many with LED monitoring features. Our illustrious editor reviewed the Lexa tower case last year which did well in the cooling department. Today we test the Nemesis Elite aluminum mid-tower.
Summary: My personal taste favor the Lian-Li or Cooler Master ATC cases. However, I have consistently found myself purchasing a classy Lian-Li or Cooler Master case and then spending the extra cash (on top of the excess cash I had to use for these pricey aluminum cases) just to mod and add more functionality to these simple cases.
Pros: Use of only 120mm fans combined with effective honeycomb grills, All aluminum, Nifty built-in LCD screen with fan control and temperature features, Built-in window, Professional paint finish, Tool-less design, Pre-modded features with front "Nemesis" chrome faceplate and lights galore, Very affordable
Cons: Lackluster power supply, Too "flashy" for a normal user, Hard drive cage prevents hiding of IDE wires
Excerpt: Today 3DXtreme is reviewing two of the latest Cases in the NZXT family, the Nemesis and the Nemesis Elite. Nowadays the Case that is used is just as important as the individual parts that are installed into it. NZXT offers some of the most unique looking Cases on the market while never leaving the product feel stripped of useful features. These new Cases add to the ever growing product line at NZXT.com.