The side panel has the option of adding a 120mm fan to bring in fresh air directly on your hardware.
The front has a 120mm fan that will blow over your hard drives while bringing fresh air into your case.
The back has one 120mm exhaust, which is the only exhaust fan on the Viper. It should do an OK job of alleviating heat, but not a great job.
The Viper comes with a front 120mm blue LED. It seems to be a tad awkward with the black/orange color scheme though.
The Raidmax Viper has some good and bad features with it. The good things with the Viper are that it does support USB 3.0 and can easily hold our GTX 480 without any problems. The color scheme actually works for us, because the orange is accented nicely, although we wish they had used some orange on the inside as well. The smoked acrylic window was a nice touch, as we have not seen that in awhile.
However, with the lack of dust filters for the intake fans and the less than adequate spacing behind the motherboard tray, it is hard to place this near the top of our list in this pricing segment. With an MSRP of $59.99, there are just too many other cases that provide the options left out on the Viper.
With all that said the Viper receives the Techreaction.net Silver Silicon Award.
For more information on the Viper, please visit Raidmax’s website.