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Muzzle For The Back

The designers gave this snake a muzzle of sorts, in the form of a panel on the back to protect the sockets from the motherboard and connecting cables. This is a good idea because it ensures that the cables don't get kinked too easily or come loose from the ports. The top of the Viper is also something to look at. Two long handles make it easy to carry the case to your next LAN party. But be careful! The small panel that's supposed to protect the front ports is very shaky. Touch it the wrong way and you've got yet another piece of pop-out plastic junk with no replacement covers to be found anywhere.

Behind bars: cover on the back to protect connecting cables

The view from the top: always makes a snazzy impression

Siggy Moersch