The backside bracket is double sided for both Intel and AMD.
It comes with 3M double side tape to hold it in place on the Motherboard.
The metal inserts go into the plastic brack depending on CPU socket.
Here are the four inserts in place for a Intel Socket 1150.
After turning it over, it is ready to fasten to the Motherboard.
The top bracket has sliding ears to use for either Intel or AMD (Intel shown).
Here the ears have been slid to the position for AMD CPU Sockets.
Once the ears have been slid into location they are locked with a rubber insert.
The rubber inserts are pushed into each leftover slot, locking the ears in place.
Now the front and rear brackets are ready to install on the Motherboard.
Here is the backside Bracket affixed to the back of the Motherboard.
The Waterblock has slots to mount into the front bracket (push in and twist).
After inserting the Waterblock into the front bracket, It’s ready to install.
Use the spring loaded screws to mount the front brack to the backside bracket.
Note: The metal inserts kept falling out of the backside bracket.
To get them to stay, I finally duct taped them into the bracket!
The Antec Grid software was very basic.
Silent ran the pumps/fans at 600RPM.
Xtreme ran the pups/fans at 2200RPM.
While there was a “Custom” setting, it only allowed you to adjust the speed of the pumps/fans.