The rest of the installation hardware is pretty self explanatory if you've ever installed an aftermarket cooler before. The bracket that fits on the back of the card is protected by plastic where it could come into contact with anything metal, and rubber grommets go at each of the four corners where screws come through the stock holes from the front of the card. Thumb screws are used to tighten the heatsink in place.
When installed in a front-hanging configuration, the HR-03 does stick out a significant amount from the card. The addition of a fan only makes this worse. As mentioned previously, the closeness of the CPU heatsink dictated that I would not be able to install the cooler with the fins wrapped around the back of the card. It might possibly fit if I squeezed it in but would necessitate using without a fan. Obviously hanging the cooler off the front precludes using any sort of SLI or Crossfire configuration, unless using a motherboard with four slots between cards. As it is, nearly all the slots are covered by the HR-03 and fan. This isn't a big deal for me because I upgraded from 2 x 8600GTS in SLI to this single 8800GT and don't plan on adding a second any time soon. But this could pose a problem for anyone who is planning to run a dual-card configuration if you also happen to have a large CPU heatsink that gets in the way.
Continue on to testing and conclusion.