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post #11 of 12
Having installed one of these myself yesterday, id say its not that hard but the directions are a little confusing. In my case there is no way to install the backing plate and screws with the mobo in so I installed the cooler before I installed the mobo, but that'd depend on your case.

At the worst, if you do take it out, its only really gonna take you more time but at least you'll have easier access to the mobo, just be careful when taking it out and its all good.
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Intel 510 120GB SSD, Samsung 1TB, WD 500GB Windows 7 Pro 64x Dell U2311h Corsair HX520w 
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post #12 of 12
first take off both side case panels, to see if there is an access hole in the mobo tray

itll make installation 1000% easier
even if there isnt, installing the 212+ is well worth it
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