The Viper’s front panel looks somewhat like a transformer figurine with the holes cut around the bottom. The orange accents look good where Raidmax used them. They are subtle and don’t overpower the overall look of the case. The side panel sports a nice big smoked acrylic window, with a 120mm pre-cut fan installment as well.
The back of the Viper has the normal 120mm exhaust fan and three pre-cut holes for routing your tubing and wires in and out of the case. Raidmax has also installed carrying handles on each side panel to make it easier to pull off and move around. The handles seem a little flimsy, but we were not scared to use them.
With the front door open, you will see the four 5.25″ bays and the one 3.5″ bay. Just below the 3.5″ bay you will have your hidden I/O panel. The I/O panel sports one USB 2.0, one USB 3.0, and HD Audio connections.