The Jing Ting Force cooler unfortunately does not come with any instructions. You would have to reference their website to get an idea on how this thing is installed. We'll guide you through as best we can with our pictures.
The beauty of the unit is that it lets you position the included brackets any way you wish. This helps installing at times when the holes just don't want to match up.
Located on the top of the copper base are four hex screws. Using the included hex tool, remove as many as you need for your motherboard. For our DFI LanpartyUT nF4 Ultra-D, we only had two holes to cover.
Make sure to remove the plastic sheet protecting the copper base. Our sample was nicely polished to a mirror like finish.
To install the Jing Ting Force cooler, I had to remove the entire motherboard from my Lian Li full tower. Not a difficult task, but it's time consuming. Definitely not something you want to do too often. So for folks who just got a DFI Ultra-D, replace those fans before installing. You'll thank yourself later.
After cleaning up the area, I applied a new layer of Arctic Silver 5.
I remove just two of the hex screws.
To secure the cooler to the motherboard, you'll need to put together the bracket that holds it down. First, slip a colored washer onto the long screw.
Then slip it under the motherboard and place another colored washer over the screw.
Next up is tightening down the larger threaded washer to keep the screws in place. I suggest hand tightening to avoid damaging your motherboard.
Place a spring and a metal washer on each screw.
I then checked to make sure the screws would actually be able to reach the cooler. It should clear without any problems.
The next step would be to put the hex screw and thumb screw on top of the bracket to secure everything.