Once we got the case open, we noticed the two smaller wire management pre-cut holes running up the right side of the motherboard tray. It also has one big pre-cut hole on the bottom to help you easily run all your wires to the back without a problem. The 3.5″ bay area is moved to the near corner opening up the back side to put wires as well. Although, we do not really consider this wire management as it can block some intake air flow from the front.
Once we have everything installed, you will notice the Viper does a solid job of wire management. With the big hole on the bottom, it made it very easy to get all our excess wires in the back, behind the motherboard tray. With the space not being too ample behind the motherboard tray, we did have to take advantage of the extra space behind the 3.5″ bays. We wished we could have kept everything behind the motherboard tray, but beggars can’t be choosers with this budget case.
The front intake does not have any dust filters installed. We do not consider small cut holes a good deterrent for dust.
The bottom intake for the PSU has a filter on it, which slides off easily to clean when its gets dirty enough.