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Fractal Design - Focus G (Black) ATX Mid Tower Case

( 4.7 Average / 6 Ratings )



Fractal Design


Focus G (Black)

Part #





ATX Mid Tower

Includes Power Supply


External 5.25" Bays


Internal 2.5" Bays


Internal 3.5" Bays


Motherboard Compatibility

ATX, Micro ATX, Mini ITX

Front Panel USB 3.0 Ports


Maximum Video Card Length



18.27" x 8.07" x 17.48"

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Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


Pazyon 8 points 2 months ago
from completed build A Good Serving of Coffee Lake

Pros -Cheap -Comes with 2 fans -Easy to build in Cons - Very Minor/Picky Issues -Clearance issue with cooler master 240mm aio in the front and Storage Cage -Cable clearance with the back panel makes the replacement of the back panel a squeeze.

TomLO 4 points 2 months ago
from completed build 8700k gaming on a budget

Overall very good quality for a budget case

Motherboard standoff holes had been filled with powdercoat which required attention before being able to install motherboard but that is not a major issue and no reason to put anyone off purchasing.

With an ASUS ROG ATX board fitted the front panel audio connector cable is too short (by about 3") to reach the front audio port on the motherboard if you run it t othe botton of the case and along, it will fit if you tie it diagnoanally across the back of the motherboard tray so be sure to check the motherboard header location before deciding on this case.

On the plus side, its easy to work on, good amount and location of cable management holes and tie-down points to keep things neat. Front panel fans are silent. Fitted 240 AIO into front panel and it reached the CPU socket with plenty of reach left, a 280 rad/AIO would fit easily too. If you wanted to go smaller you could easily fit a 120 AIO in the front or rear. One thing to be wary of is that all the front fan mounting points are threaded (looks like M3 threads), this can make it difficult to mount a fan/rad as I did with the fans behind the front grill of the case and the rad mounted behind the bracket, in this instance I had to drill clearance holes and use the screws supplied with the AIO.

Potentially this could also make an excellent budget case if you are using custom loops too. If you were to leave the top 3 1/2" bay empty it looks like a small res/pump combo could sit on top offset to one side slightly and be able to clear past a 300mm long GPU

I wouldnt recommend fitting a rad in the top as motherboard clearance would be an issue on most boards that have a large heat spreader at the top, also on my Asus board the DIMM slots look like they would conflict with a top rad as well.

AmirKim 7 points 1 month ago
from completed build My 1080p build

Nice look, quite tricky to do cable management.

deputy_ 13 points 1 month ago
from completed build "It's not much but it's mine"

A solid budget-oriented case. Comes with two LED fans and dust filters so dust doesn't get inside.

rushednarcotic 4 points 25 days ago
from completed build First Budget Build

beautiful case. May be hard to add custom water cooling, but it was easy to install and looks great with leds. hiding cords is a little difficult but possible

zsauere 10 points 17 days ago
from completed build My first build

This is a great case to build in. It is professional but also modern. There is space for six fans and even supports water cooling. I wish it came with a rear fan but for the price I couldn't complain. It was easy to work in and was completely tool-less. My only complaint would be the space for cable management. I struggled a bit to get all my cables to fit in the back panel and for it to shut easily. It was my first build so that might just be my lack of experience.