I will be testing this kit only on my daily I7 rig. Not because I'm lazy or such but because these kits usually only have enough tubing and co included for one setup. If you want to add or remove stuff later on, you will need to buy extra tubing.
Installation is dead easy. No fitting assembly required as they are all integrated into the blocks. Quick screw fittings providing a good and solid connection and limiting leakages. If you have an I7 or a motherboard with a huge protrusion at the back, do not forget to remove the inner rectangular foam, as mentioned in the manual.
For the radiator support, assembly is also pretty straightforward. Start with screwing the 4 bolt bases to the case via the holes of the 120mm fan.
Then mount the 2 U shaped supports via 4 screws again.
And with 2 bolt caps the radiator is secured (might be better Larkooler to include 4 of these bolt caps) and the end result should look something like this.
We are 5 mins now into the installation, time to hook up the pump. I always set up my loop like this: From the pump/reservoir to the radiator, then next stop is the CPU and then back into the reservoir.
Time to fire her up for the first time for a leak test.
With the supplied cable you can jump start your PSU to activate the pump. You will see a nice green led glowing. Once the fluid level is below a certain safe limit the pump will make a squealing noise and stop working. Fill her up and she will start to pump again.
NB and GPU block is also hassle free. The GPU block is very universal due to its mounting system. I'm more the let the picture tell the tale guy:
First you have to install these bolt caps. The caps are secured by a nut on the other side of the PCB.
Final assembly of the GPU block by using the usual spring solution