The Domino comes well packaged from the factory, as everything was snugly held in place in the box. CoolIT has included a high quality, color booklet with detailed installation instructions that has pictures for reference. Changing between the mounting brackets for different CPU sockets is pretty straightforward and we had no major problems swapping between an AM2+ and LGA1366 based system. The CPU block comes with thermal compound pre-installed, so the Domino is ready for installation right out of the box.
Installation wasn’t completely painless for us, as the plastic tubing lacks flexibility, making it a bit of a challenge to mount the CPU block. We’d recommend an extra hand, which would alleviate the need to balance the radiator while tightening the screws for the CPU. Overall though, once the CPU block is tightened down, fastening the radiator is fairly simple. The radiator comes with grommets instead of screws pre-installed, which work to cut down on vibration noise. The grommets were surprisingly easy to install in the place of traditional screws and requiring only a small tug to yank them through the screw holes. They held firm when tested, but also were pretty easy to release when it came time to move the Domino to another system. If you do a lot of moving or LAN gaming with your computer, we’d recommend you screw the radiator in just in case, otherwise the grommets work great.