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Fractal Design launch their Focus G series ATX and MATX cases

Fractal Design launch their Focus G series ATX and MATX cases

Fractal Design launch their Focus G series ATX and MATX cases

Fractal Design launch their Focus G series ATX and MATX cases

 
Fractal has today announced their new Focus G-series of budget-oriented cases, coming in ATX and MATX flavours with a price of £46.99 in the UK.   
 
The Fractal Focus G is an ATX chassis which comes with Black, White, Petrol Blue, Mystic Red and Gunmetal Grey, though the Fractal Fogus G Mini (MATX) will only come in black.   
 
All models of the Focus G will come with two 120mm Fractal silent series white LED fans, which act as intakes for the chassis in its stock configuration. This case will come with support for two 5.25-inch drives, two 3.5/2.5-inch drive bays and a single dedicated 2.5-inch drive bay, this should be more than enough for most basic PC configurations. 
 
The full sized focus G will support up to a 240mm or 280mm radiator at the front of the case, though this may prevent users from using the bottom 5.25-inch drives. The smaller Focus G Mini will support up to a 240mm radiator at the front of the chassis, limiting the user to a single usable 5.25-inch drive. 

  

 Fractal Design launch their Focus G series ATX and MATX cases    Fractal Design launch their Focus G series ATX and MATX cases
  

The rear of this case will come with between 18mm and 25mm of space at the rear of the case for cable management, which will be ample space for most users, especially if they use a modular PSU. 

Both versions of this case will come with a large side panel window, which will give users a full view of their chosen hardware, which will likely make this case popular with boutique system integrators and budget builders alike. 


 Fractal Design launch their Focus G series ATX and MATX cases    Fractal Design launch their Focus G series ATX and MATX cases
  Fractal Design launch their Focus G series ATX and MATX cases

 

What Fractal's new Focus G series of cases will offer is a lot of value for money, offering a lot of great features for under £50 and plenty of room for most gaming-oriented PCs.   

 

You can join the discussion on Fractal's new Focus G series of budget oriented cases on the OC3D Forums

 

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24-05-2017, 11:15:07

Wraith
At 47 notes it's quite a nice looking chassis for a budget modder. Reminds me of a Corsair case for some reason.Quote

24-05-2017, 13:23:29

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Wraith View Post
At 47 notes it's quite a nice looking chassis for a budget modder. Reminds me of a Corsair case for some reason.
It's the front grill with the large honeycomb Design and white LED behind it. That's where I see it

Love to see a review of these. Might have to start recommending FD as a budget case tooQuote

24-05-2017, 14:14:01

tolagarf
I saw a Youtube review already. Not really interested in that case, it would be a serious downgrade from the Define series. This case is probably meant for system builders and those that just want to save every possible buck.Quote

24-05-2017, 14:17:52

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by tolagarf View Post
I saw a Youtube review already. Not really interested in that case, it would be a serious downgrade from the Define series. This case is probably meant for system builders and those that just want to save every possible buck.
It's a budget case for a reason dudeQuote

24-05-2017, 14:29:44

tolagarf
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
It's a budget case for a reason dude
Dude... That's just what I said in other wordsQuote
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