Getting the Fuma installed is pretty easy. We are going to be installing the cooler in our Intel Z97 system, which makes use of the Intel LGA1150 socket. The first thing you are going to want to do is install the Intel backplate. Line up the backplate on the backside of your motherboard and install secure it with the included stud nuts and washers. Refer to the manual to see what holes are for your specific socket.
Next you have to install the mounting plates. These line up on top of the stud nuts. Again refer to the manual to see what holes to use and how to line them up. The photo below show the correct orientation for the cooler to be installed horizontally with the fans blowing air out of the back of your case.
Now it is time to actually install the cooler. First be sure to apply the included thermal paste. Then take the mounting bar and install it in the center of the cooler like you see in the photo below.
Very carefully place the cooler on top of your CPU lining up the holes in the mounting bar with the ones in the mounting plates. Finally take the included screws and secure to cooler to the mounting plates.
You will need to reinstall one of the fans in center of the cooler. Just do that and connect both fans to the included Y-connector and then connect that to your motherboard and you are good to go.
Now I did have the raise the front fan up a bit to clear my memory. The memory has default heatspreaders, so you are likely going to have to do this as well. You can move the fan up just enough so it clears the memory. The heatsink itself does not interfere with the memory at all.