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The plate on the left is to be used for any AMD mounting, and if you flip it over it is what you use for LGA775 mounting. On the right is the LGA1366 back plate with studs already mounted to the plate. For LGA1156 there is a system of screws and risers you will see soon. On top of the LGA1366 plate, I set the top mounting piece on it. It has all the holes in the top piece for all the socket types.
The rest of the hardware consists of the Intel mounting bolts above the thumbscrews on the left side. In the middle is some Royal Grease, the 3 to 4-pin adapter with an inline resistor, and the two fan mounting clips. On the right there is a bag with four screws that aren't used, the Intel screws for both LGA775 and LGA1156, a set of black washers for LGA 775 mounting, and a set of white washers for K8 mounting.
In with the foldout instruction sheet you are about to see, there is a supplement sent for the LAG1156 mounting. It follows most of the same instructions as the others, but the major difference here for LGA1156 users is no back plate.
The main part of the instructions can be seen here, well 1/6 of it can. This folds out to expose two more panels on this side for varying languages for the AMD mounting instructions, and the back has all of the Intel mounting instructions for LGA 1366 and LGA775. Both set of instructions will answer any questions you should run into for mounting the Fenrir EVO. If it doesn't, just look at the pictures, it is a pretty easy mounting kit to work with.
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