RAIDMAX Adds Tool-Free VIPER Case

RAIDMAX Adds Tool-Free VIPER Case

RAIDMAX announced the new VIPER case which features tool-free installation and advanced cable management. The case is available in three colors (black, white and red) and comes with a price tag that's a penny shy of $60. Other key features include nine drive bays, five of which are external, space for seven expansion cards, three 120mm fans, and USB 3.0. Expect the new VIPER case to be available in early October.

The Awesome New VIPER Case from RAIDMAX:
Transform your PC with jaw-dropping design

Leading PC chassis maker innovates again with tool-free setup and easy cable management

September 15, 2011, Taipei, Taiwan – The amazing new VIPER case from a leading PC chassis maker, RAIDMAX, combines ease-of-use and technical excellence with stunning good looks. The VIPER offers PC builders easy access and tool-free installation, advanced cable management, and a unique design with a choice of three colors. Incorporating the latest technologies such as USB 3.0 ports but yet offering at this affordable price level, RAIDMAX once again proves itself an excellent price-performance PC chassis professional.

VIPER's stylish design exudes cool power and makes building or modifying your own PC a breeze. There's nothing else on the market quite like the new VIPER.

Simple click-lock technology makes installation of disk drives incredibly easy: no tools required. Drives just slide smoothly into the bay and lock into place. There's no hassle finding the right sized screws or fiddling with dropped screws.

The RAIDMAX VIPER provides reliable air flow to prolong the life of your valuable PC components. There are three 120mm fans for maximum thermal efficiency. The optional side window mounted 120mm blue led fan not only keeps your system cool but also looks awesome. The VIPER's advanced cable management and protection features improve airflow and keep your cables clear of fans. Mesh expansion slots provide enhanced cooling for your expensive graphics card and other components.

The PC's power supply fits at the bottom of the case to provide rock solid stability and enhanced cooling. A special full-sized PSU fan filter keeps harmful dust out of your system. The filter can be taken out in seconds for cleaning – without opening the case.

Front panel audio and USB ports provide easy access for your peripherals and media devices, but can be hidden when not in use.

RAIDMAX's VIPER future proofs your PC investment with almost limitless expandability and an upgrade path for any scenario. There are 9 drive bays, including 5 external, and space for 7 expansion cards. VIPER's tower format can house full-sized industry standard ATX or Micro ATX motherboards up to 10” x 12”. There are even three back panel tube outlets to make advanced water cooling installation easy.

The new VIPER from RAIDMAX offers stunning design, unsurpassed ease-of-use, and an awesome set of features. RAIDMAX raises the bar in PC case design yet again.

Find out more about the incredible new RAIDMAX VIPER at: http://www.raidmax.com/chassis/viper.html

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Hmm anything with trap door on the front gets a big minus from me I just roll like that.

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This case isn't doing it for me either. I'd rather have something more like the nzxt tempest 210 if we are picking at the 60 dollar range. I do like the usb3, "advanced cable management", and tool-less support starting to show up on the budget cases though.

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"Yeah, the Tempest 210 is way better. Although, if the black version with the Orange color molding would have been blue to match the inside aesthetics, it would look more acceptable. But still, they they dont appeal to me either. "

@ digitaldd

"I agree except for on the NZXT Phantom"

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This case is OK looking to me and the price is certainly right. But I agree with Digital DD I am not a big fan of the doors on the front especially when they are made out of plastic. I find that the doors tend to get broken off very easy especially if you have children.

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The diablo look kinda seems to be a bit overrated at this point; and yes, I think I'd rather go with another case than this one.

Still, nice attempt at a case Raidmax.

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yep the style and appearance of this RAIDMAX case is not working for me at all. Just think and agree with some of the others that taking the $60 and putting it a chassis from NZXT  tempest or BitFenix maybe a better overall value even if one of those costs a bit more.I think the BitFenix Outlaw is priced about the same.as this.

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not going to say the case is bad but the design is nice. only i would prefer a more plain case.

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I agree, give me a plain jane case with a window on it. Without all the damn lights.... The mainstream market and its interpretation of what used to be niche. I guess I'm just getting old, aww well.

Nice try Raidmax, maybe if I was still 16.

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