AvP Viper Mini Tower Gaming Case

CCL Code: CAS1076
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Manufacturer Code: AVP-EL03B
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Manufacturer: AvP
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AvP Viper Mini Tower Gaming Case

Key Features:

  • PSU not included
  • 1 x 5.25" External Bay(s)
  • 1 x 2.5", 3 x 3.5" HDD Bay(s)
  • Max MB Size: Micro-ATX

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Specifications

  • Available Color Black
  • Dimension (D / W / H) 380 x 185 x  365 mm
  • Weight (Net) 3.45
  • Material SECC 0.45mm
  • Motherboards Micro ATX
  • 5.25" Drive Bay 1
  • 3.5" Drive Bay 3 (1 x Exposed / 2 x Hidden)
  • 2.5" Drive Bay 1
  • I/O Panel USB 3.0 x 1 / USB 2.0 x 1 / HD Audio
  • Fan Bays Front: 80/90/120mm x 1 (Optional)
  • Rear: 80/120mm x 1 (Optional)
  • Side: 120mm x 1 (Optional)
  • Expansion Slots 4
  • Power Supply Standard ATX

Main Features

  • 1 x 5.25" Drive Bay.
  • 3 x 3.5" Drive Bays (1 Exposed / 2 Hidden).
  • 1 x 2.5"" Drive Bay.
  • Front USB 3.0 / USB 2.0 and HD Audio.

Key Features

Firewire No
Main Colour Black
Case Type Tower
USB 3.0 Support Yes
Case Form Factor Mini Tower
Power Supply Included No
Optimised for Gaming
80Plus Rated No
PSU Form Factor ATX
Display Model in Showroom No
e-SATA No
L.E.D Fan No LED
Internal 3.5" Bay 3
External 5.25" Bay 1
Internal 2.5" Bay 1
ATX No
Micro-ATX Yes
ITX No
E-ATX No
XL-ATX No
Built-in Card Reader No
USB Type-C Support No
Front HDMI No
Side Panel Type Solid
Front Audio Type Separate
Maximum Motherboard Size Supported Micro-ATX

Warranty

Warranty 1 Year

Item Details

Manufacturer AvP
Manufacturer Code AVP-EL03B
EAN 0733115887562
UPC 733115887562
Condition New

Warranty Information

Warranty 1 Year

Manufacturer Information

Manufacturer AvP
Manufacturer Code AVP-EL03B

Do you have you a question about the AvP Viper Mini Tower Black 2 x 12cm Fans USB 3.0?

Q: Hi, does this case come with the (FRONT/REAR) fans included?
Answer by Website User on 4th July 2019
No, it comes with no fans at all.
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Q: Hello, would this case fit a 180mm modular power supply? Many Thanks
Answer by Dan on 17th February 2016
Yes, it would fit but will get a bit close with the cables to the back of the DVD drive if you fit one. Power supplies that large are typically quite heavy and would be recommended to go into higher budget cases with bottom mounting. -Danlevan
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Q: hi, would this build http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/FRFvXL fit into this case without any issues?
Answer by Website User on 7th December 2015
Yes, that should all fit into this case just fine. -Danlevan
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Q: Hi, would the cool master hyper 212 EVO fit this case Many thanks Chedda
Answer by Dan on 15th October 2014
It will be tight, but it should just fit. -Danlevan
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Q: Would an ATX power supply fit inside this case?
Answer by Dan on 29th September 2014
Yes, this case takes ATX power supplies. -Danlevan
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Q: The thick blue cable which has a usb cable attached to it where on the mother board is this blue cable connected
Answer by Dan on 13th June 2014
That would depend on the motherboard. That cable is a USB 3.0 header cable, not all motherboards have one of these. If your motherboard doesn't you may want a CAB2485 as it will allow you to use them as USB 2 ports. -Danlevan
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Q: what length graphics cards will fit, and will this hold a regular ATX Mobo?
Answer by Website User on 11th June 2014
This can take graphics cards up to about 360mm in length. It will not take a full ATX motherboard, the largest it will take is Micro ATX. -Danlevan
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Q: I bought this a few days ago as part as my first build, and once i built my computer, i noticed the front fan makes a ticking loud noise! is this normal?
Answer by Dan on 14th April 2014
If its loud then I would suspect the fan is potentially faulty. I'd recommend contacting our customer service team on 01274 471206 or custservice@cclonline.com -Danlevan
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Q: What is the form factor for the PSU. Will a standard ATX or Micro aTX fit?
Answer by Dan on 31st March 2014
This will take a standard ATX power supply. -Danlevan
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Q: What is the form factor for the PSU. Will a standard ATX or Micro aTX fit?
Answer by Dan on 31st March 2014
This will take a standard ATX power supply. -Danlevan
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Q: does this case support mini ITX?
Answer by Adam on 16th January 2014
Yes it does. -AdamR
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Q: Would a XFX 7850 Special Edition fit fine in here?
Answer by Adam on 18th December 2013
Yes it would. -AdamR
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4 / 5 4 reviews

JohnK

6 months ago

Excellent product

Jonathan

9 months ago

For the money this has to be one of the best cases available. I have two now and can summarise them as follows: The Good. Front intake features a dust filter to prevent clogging up the system Plenty of locations for SSD's and Hard drives as well as support for DVD or Blu Ray drives. Unless you want to mount more than about 4 storage drives you will be well covered. Plenty of airflow within the case and ample fan mounts. Cable management options are pretty good for a case this size Overall finish is nice with no razor sharp edges and painted inside. USB3 as standard The not so good The case material is not the thickest, but its perfectly satisfactory as long as you don't drop kick your pc around too often. The one time only break out expansion slots may be an issue. I don't find them a problem and have plenty of spare blanking plates. The Bad Despite the pictures no fans are included.

Deborah

10 months ago

Compact, sleek and does the job

James

October 2018

Not a bad case by any means. It has solid construction, looks fine enough, and there is room for bigger graphics cards. I sold mine; not because of quality issues, but because I wanted to be able to stick hard drives in and out more easily, and this only has one front access slot only. A MSI B350M PRO-VDH mATX and spire cooler I got to go with it blocked the internal hard drive bay from easy access (the hard drive did go round with some effort), while the USB 3 port on the motherboard blocked the placement of another hard drive on the bottom of this case. I'd recommend the case for anyone looking for a good budget option with USB 3, but not for people who want to put in more than one hard drive. If you don't require a DVD/Blu Ray drive as I do, then that bay could be converted to a hard drive space.