The MSI B360 Gaming Pro Carbon’s packaging illustrates features like the dual M.2 slots, onboard RGB lighting, high quality Realtek ALC1220 audio and USB 3.1 10Gbps support.
The documentation bundle includes a user guide, cable labels, a driver & utility DVD and various informational inserts.
One of those is the case stand-off notification which is interesting since it highlights zones on the motherboard that shouldn’t be touched by stand-offs. There is nothing to be concerned about for most users as this motherboard takes the standard 9 ATX stand-offs arrange in a 3 by 3 configuration.
However, if a micro-ATX or mini-ITX motherboard was previously installed then care should be taken to remove and refit stand-offs as appropriate. Stand-offs that make direct contact with the motherboard PCB, i.e. not in the designated stand-off holes, can cause system damage and malfunctioning by shorting electrical circuits.
The accessory bundle includes a labelled I/O shield, two SATA cables, an RGB extension cable, Corsair RGB LED extension cable, two M.2 screws and a case badge.