The front bezel as stated opens, a very sturdy design by the way. Though it is, it doesn;t feel at all plastic / icky .. let's have a look at that door.
Once the door is open you'll have access towards four visible 5.25" devices. The peripherals can be installed tool-free. You simply take off the bezel, slide them in and secure them with an hinge.
This is the left side of the chassis, nothing to show you really, but we take photo's of all angles.
At the rear side we can see three grommet holes, partly for liquid-cooling tubing, also for the frontpanel USB 3.0 connectors CM supplies a cable that leads to your motherboard USB 3.0 connector. .
The more modern motherboards now all have a standard USB 3.0 connector on the PCB, it is very good to see ODMs make a move to that connector, as typically wires coming out of the chassis towards the rear IO USB 3.0 connectors, and that simply does not look rather nice.
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