I have the Nexus Breeze ATX case and was totally fooled by Nexus with their patented perfect airflow design. Not only this, but my friend has the Nexus Caterpillar (aka Version1) and I also got frustratedwith that case when I tried it out with my friend. So keep away from Nexus cases, they don't know how to make quality cases. Their newest Nexus Clodius is the only case that seems to have a stable and good airflow, but the case is just so basic that everyone would be better off with a cheap Antec (not that Antec cases are bad, I meant the price).
Well a picture is worth a thousand words they say. Well I quote a little of the text found on Nexus' website and attach a picture of the case with my own comments on it. All stuff except the Nexus Morpho comments are of my own experience.
1. Nexus Caterpillar (aka Version1)
The version1 case is equipped with two Real Silent 120mm case fans (black/white model) to create great airflow inside the case. Further more the inside of the case is fully covered with wave-foam noise absorption material to absorb any unwanted noise coming from your systems components.
2. Nexus Breeze
The Nexus Breeze 500 case has been carefully designed to meet the requirements of the most demanding silent computing enthusiasts. This perfect airflow results in very low case temperatures and optimal working conditions for your components. Yet inaudible!
3. Nexus Morpho (not of my own experience, just thoughts)
(Image too big, click on the link) http://willhostforfood.com/files3/4055259/airflow.pngThe Nexus Morpho is a premium aluminium case without compromises. We have done our utmost to get every little detail right. Pure Nexus craftsmanship!
What makes me cry is the Nexus Morpho. It is by far the most problematic case of all Nexus' cases plus it is so falsely advertised (picture shows possibility of a SLI system to be installed inside!). But the fact that Nexus has done their utmost and the case was designed with pure Nexus craftmanship hurts a lot. If the Morpho is the best what Nexus can make, then Nexus have ultimately failed. The reason for my feelings is that I like many of their products like their case fans, PSUs and HDD silencing solutions. Why didn't Nexus realize the problems of the Morpho before bringing it out to the public? It hurts the company's image a lot I think. Also for the price of the Morpho one could get a real premium case with place for even an E-ATX system, and the Morpho supports in reality only mATX (ATX not really an option). The whole Morpho case is a big steal I think. For me it is sure: no Nexus cases at all, I'll stick with Antec and Cooler Master and any other random manufacturer with better solutions. Oh yes, the Nexus Caterpillar is a modification of the Xilence X1, but at least Xilence had a wind tunnel for the GPU making for better airflow than in the Nexus version of the case.
This sucks big time. -LodeHacker