In need of a new case for my computer, I decided the RaidMax Viper GX II fit my
needs best. I have worked on computers and am fairly adept, this being my first full
transfer from one case to the next I was surprised at how few problems I had.
The Viper GX II has versatile Hard Disk bays, 3 permanent 3.5” harddrive ( HD )
and 4 adjustable bays for either 4 2.5” or can be expanded to hold 4 3.5” HD bays. If
you adjust the 4 modular HD bays then then you have room for a minimum of 300mm
up to 415mm Extended Length VGA Cards, depending on how you have the HD bays
There is a Port in the front of the case with a dust cover for 2.5” SSD that is Hot
Swappable . On either side are Power and the Restart buttons, 2 USB 3.0 sockets,
Microphone in and headphone out, each has it’s own dust cover. Opening the front door
of the case gives you access to the 3 5.25” drive bays.
The Viper GX II comes with 1 orange LED 120mm fan, but can be expanded up
to 5 more 120mm fans, 2 in the front, 2 in the top, 1 in the back and bottom. Under the
top cover there is a space built to hold 240mm Dual Fan Liquid Cooling System.
The rear has room for up to 7 Standard ATX Slots. The mounts for the the
Motherboard fit ATX, Micro ATX and Mini ITX Motherboards.
The overall size, being 539mm (L) x 240mm (W) x 507mm (H), means it will fit in
Both sides, front and top covers are easily removed for quick access for
installation of hardware.
Over all with the price, looks, ease of installation and the many options to
upgrade over time I am fully satisfied and happy with this case. It is sleek, good looking
and they did not go overboard with the LEDs like some cases I was looking at.
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