Fractal Design Focus G Mid Tower Case $40 plus 7 shipping

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Just like the title says the Fractal Design Focus G Mid Tower Case is $40 plus $7 shipping on all but the grey cases. Newegg says the normal price is $50. But a lot of price history on the case has it for 60 in the past.
https://www.newegg.com/white-fractal-design-focus-g-series-atx-mid-tower/p/N82E16811352067

Here's some info for someone that did research on it from slickdeals:
  • Top filter cannot be removed without removing associated fans.
  • Front panel is removable, but front filter is attached to the front panel and cannot be easily separated from it.
  • Front panel has a hole at the bottom (to make removal easier). Unfortunately this allows incoming air to bypass the filter/mesh.
  • Bottom filter can be easily removed.
  • Side panel is not tempered glass.
  • Two hard drives can be put in the hard drive cage, and the cage itself can be removed from the case if desired.
  • One 2.5" SSD can be installed behind the solid side panel.
  • CPU air coolers can be 165mm tall.
  • Front can fit 240mm or 280mm radiator. Radiator with fans can be up to 48mm thick before hitting the drive bay (if installed).
  • A 240mm radiator could fit on the top, but it would be pretty tight.
  • The two-bay optical drive cage is not easily removable. You would have to drill out the rivets.
  • Supports up to 6 fans: 2x 120mm/140mm on top, 2x 120mm/140mm on front (2x 140mm white LED fans included here), 1x 120mm on back, and 1x 120mm/140mm on bottom (if hard drive cage is removed).
  • Completely visible PSU, so it's difficult to hide any extra cables. I would highly recommend a modular power supply with this one. There is very little room behind the motherboard, so there really is no good place to hide cables.
 
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