Cooler Master Black Front Bezel reviewCooler master
Cooler Master was founded with the mission of providing the industry's best thermal solutions. Since its establishment a decade ago, the company has remained faithful to this mission, emerging as a world leader in products and services for companies dealing with devices where heat issues must be resolved. Today we take a look at Cooler master Alloy Front Bezel for CD/DVD-ROM/RW. It’s one of the newest products of Cooler master, so let’s begin with reviewing it !
Last time Cooler Master had released the Alloy Front Bezel to solve the difficulty to match the faceplate colors of your drive to your alloy chassis. This time Cooler Master has learned the demand from users and releases the black color version that will bring great news to any black chassis owners.
The installation of the Alloy Front Bezel is rather easy, but you must do it very correctly, otherwise, you can’t open your drive. Here is the procedure you have to follow:
1. If the front panel of the tray is flat, stick the double-sided tape on both sided tape on both sides of the tray in a vertical direction
2. If the front panel of the tray is curved, stick the double-sided tape in the middle section in the horizontal direction. Stack the tape twice and add thickness is necessary
Testing – What do you get?
First, I checked everything in the packet. You get an Eject button, a Front Bezel, a drive tray, and double-sided tape. The application guide is really simple, so you can easily install the Alloy Front Bezel. I had no problems with installing the Alloy Front Bezel, but you have to do it very correctly. If you paste the tape a bit of the Alloy Front Bezel, you can’t open the CD/DVD-ROM/RW drive. Because the tray is pulling against the tape, and the tape holds it. So double-check is necessary. For the rest, I didn’t have any problems.
It looks nice and you have a silver and a black version( the review is with the black version). Black case owners now can make there case complete black, because the most guys have a white CD/DVD-ROM/RW player.
The Alloy Front Bezel from Cooler Master is a really nice thing to have. It looks good, and it exists in a silver and a black version ( review is done with the black version ) . It fits perfectly with black case users, so they have a completely black alloy Front Bezel. The installation is easy, but you have to do it very correctly. The packet is hard to open, you can’t close it again because it’s broken with opening it. A simple application guide is included, so you can’t make any mistakes. A very good product from Cooler Master, they surprised us again!
- Looks very nice
- Black and silver version
- Easy installation
- Perfect for black case owners
- Hard to open the packet
- Installation has to be done very correctly
Added: March 15th 2003
Product reviewed: Cooler Master Black Front Bezel
Comment #1 posted by Anonymous on 2005-03-01 22:47:17
Cheers, didn't know you could get these, I have a nice Thermaltake case in black with a pair of DVD burners in cream! Saves me replacing the drives any time soon anyway...
Comment #2 posted by LSDsmurf on 2003-03-18 15:47:30
No flame wars please, Thank you
Comment #3 posted by Anonymous on 2003-03-18 15:26:15
This piece of shit is the biggest fucken rip-off out there, and it didn't do a fucken thing for the shitty pc you put it on.
Review some real products you fucken losers.
Comment #4 posted by Lordrazer on 2003-03-17 05:59:47
What else do I have to tell about it? I tell the installation and my opinion about it .
and btw: Stealth your drive is at the features list on the official site
Comment #5 posted by Anonymous on 2003-03-16 19:36:51
Stealth your drives !!
THATS A FEATURE? WTF
Comment #6 posted by Anonymous on 2003-03-16 19:35:29
WHAT A SHITTY REVIEW!! ALL YOU DID WAS MAKE A LONG LIST OF INSTALLATION STEPS. YOU SUCK ASS!
Comment #7 posted by Anonymous on 2003-03-16 13:15:35
Nicely done, but next time practice focusing with your camera :)
Comment #8 posted by Anonymous on 2003-03-16 01:25:00
Carefully peel off the double-sized tape for outer rim.
Um, it's double-sided tape.