Features and Specs
- Available in Black, White, Petrol Blue, Mystic Red, and Gunmetal Gray
- Large windowed side panel
- Two preinstalled Fractal Design Silent Series LL 120mm White LED fans
- Six total fan positions for high-airflow capability
- Filtered front, top and base air intakes for a dust free interior
- Support for high-profile CPU coolers and multiple radiator configurations
- 18 - 25 mm of space for cable routing behind the motherboard plate
- Support for graphics cards up to 380 mm long without compromising hard drive space
- Two vibration dampened universal drive bays with support for6TB+ HDDs and 15mm SSDs, plus an additional 2.5" mount behind the motherboard tray
- Front I/O panel includes USB 3.0, USB 2.0 and audio jacks
- Kensington anti-theft padlock bracket and re-usable ventilated expansion slot covers included
The Focus G is absolutely chock full of quality features but in an attractive yet minimal design. The fact that you can fit so much gear, including a GTX 1080 Ti in this case, is absolutely stunning. The Focus G continues the quality line up from Fractal that keeps pumping out the hits. Tons of spots for fans, a plethora of connectivity options and attractive LED lighting including? Daddy. Likey.
AESTHETICS AND BUILD QUALITY
It's a Fractal. What do you expect? It's the best of quality and while some may consider the looks to be simple, I find it not only refined but very attractive, especially with the included white LEDs. If you want a case that looks like a carnival ride, this ain't it. If you want something sophisticated and sexy, the Focus G delivers in spades. It's simple quality all around.
What It Could Do Better
Honestly, there isn't much to complain about with the Focus G. The only thing I would really change is doing something more useful with the space with the 5 1/4 bays are because, does anyone really even use those bays? Honestly, more placement for gear, fans, SSDs, would be even better. That being said, this is a near perfect design with nothing more than nitpicking. Hey, maybe dual USB 3.0 front ports? Ok, now I'm really nitpicking for a case in this price range indeed.
This is not a wordy review at all. Why? Simply because the Focus G is a no frills, beautiful, solid, steady and spacious ATX mid tower (also available in Mini ATX) that is available for an absolute steal for under $60 bucks. Available in a ton of colors, gorgeous LED lighting, and more roomy than you'd ever imagine, this is the value gaming case to beat IMHO. Sure, it could ditch the 5 1/4 bays and include more front USB connectivity but overall, this one is a stunning value and highly recommended if you want a quality PC gaming case without breaking the bank.
Check out more info and pics at the Fractal Design page--