That sounds like you've got the basic compliment.
As I recall from my days
running a network of them, the base DN10K has four cards (Network, video,
CPU and memory). Extra slots were available for an FPU, more memory (and
maybe a disk controller?). The CPU should be easy to identify by the
presence of a MC68010 chip.
What I think is the CPU board does not contain a 68010, but a raft of
PGA chips with provocative tags like MMU, IP, FPC, and so forth. I
think that is Prism.
The DN10K's typically did not have their own disk
drives; instead they
booted (and paged!) off of a "partner" server node having the disk. The
network adapters (in a plastic box that screwed onto the back) were
spectacularly flaky on those machines.
This has space for two drives below, and it look like one once was there.
I forgot there is a VME cage in this as well with an Exelan network
card and an Interphase disk controller. There is also a 1/4 tape drive
in the front.
If I can get this thing wheeled out into the driveway tomorrow, I will
shoot some pictures.