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Raidmax Viper Case


  • Side window with 120mm blue LED fan
  • USB 3.0 front panel support
  • Water cooling support
  • Tool-free installation
  • Cable management
  • Bottom mounted PSU
  • Removable air filter


External Drive Bays 4 x 5.25″, 1 x 3.5″
Internal Drive Bays 4 x 3.5″
Motherboard Support 10″ x 12″ ATX, Micro ATX
Expansion Slots 7 slots
I/O Ports 1 x USB 3.0, 1 x USB 2.0, 2 x Audio
Dimensions (LxWxH) 521mm x 185mm x 445mm
Fans 1 x Front 120mm Blue LED1 x Side 120mm Blue LED1 x Back 120mm

Just a little correction to these specs (which were pulled from the Raidmax website. Raidmax says there is one USB 3.0 and one 2.0 on the front panel but in the case we received, both were 3.0.



box-front box-back

The Viper’s box is glossy black with a large picture of the case on the front and some key features listed on the back. The sides show the other colors available including white/red and red/black as well as some basic specs.


The case itself came with the standard styrofoam protection and plastic bag over the case.




Included with the case itself are the basic screws and standoffs you would expect as well as some small zip ties and sticky-backed cable holds for cable management which may prove to be very useful.

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