A Look Inside
To easily get a look inside the case you can remove the thumbscrew on the back of the case that releases the top panel. I really like that NZXT went with a 3 panel design (1 top, 2 side), because I really hate the single top and side panels that are on a lot of other SFF cases. Once you remove the top panel there isn’t much room inside, that is why the Rogue has a removable motherboard tray. Inside you will find 4 3.5-inch internal drive bays, 2 5.25-inch external drive bays, and a single 3.5-inch external bay. That is quite a lot of room for a SFF case.
The 2 side panels can easily be removed by taking out the 2 screws that hold them into place and then lifting them up and off of the chassis. Once you have the side panels removed you can really get into the case and it gives you a lot of room to work with.
Inside of the case you will find a pack of accessories and mounting hardware. You will find a user’s manual, mounting screws, keys, cable ties, a PSU extension bracket, and a carrying strap, which is perfect for LAN parties.