The survival pack includes the bag of screws, instruction book, cable ties, and the MSI dog tag. Revisiting the top briefly, the top mesh is easily removable to add up to two 120mm fans. Cables can be plugged directly into the fan control system for power and airflow control.
Taking the sides off we see the mainboard tray is blue along with the blue drive trays. There is a large cutout for aftermarket CPU coolers. The openings for cable routing are what MSI is calling “Cable Camouflage.” There looks to be plenty of options for routing cables for a clean install. With the split between the 3.5” bays and the 5.25” bays this case supports full sized VGA cards.
On the back we can see the bottom mount PSU opening, seven expansion slots, and the included rear-exhaust 120mm fan. Turning the case around to look at the backside of the mainboard we can get a better look at the cable routing options. You can also see that the fan control plus are clearly labeled, making it easy to later swap out the fans if needed or add in those top fans.
Now we will install some hardware in this case and see how it goes.