READ THE INSTRUCTIONS. Sorry for shouting that but I am some one who never reads instructions except for CPU coolers. Follow the instructions or you will end up bricking either the MotherBoard or your CPU. The V10 CPU cooler will fit on the following sockets:
Intel LGA 1366 & 775
Dimensions are (L)9.32 x (W)5.11 x (H)6.36
For full specs see the Cooler Master website.
Installation was relatively easy: the V10 CPU cooler came with CM's new Thermalfusion 400. It's a thermal non-curing compound that also acts as a glue. Spread the Thermal paste evenly over the CPU. Attach the right hardware for your CPU to the V10 and attach the V10 to your motherboard. You will have to take your motherboard out of the case to do this.
If you have to take the V10 CPU cooler of your CPU be careful or you will pull the CPU out of the socket. Use a twisting motion (after the screws are out, obviously) turning clock and counter-clock wise sligtly, to pull it off.
Don't rock the cooler, it shoud stay perpendicular to the motherboard until you have turned enough to loosen the adhesive and pull the cooler straigh up. Rocking the cooler or pulling it off at an angle could do untold damage to your chip or motherboard. That isn't particular to this cooler, any cooler where the thermal compound has cured, even where it isn't supposed to be adhesive, will make the CPU want to stick to it.
The biggest knock against Peltier or TEC cooling is power consumption. This piece of hardware takes up 70W all to itself through the attached molex connector, as much as a low-end graphics card. Make sure your power supply will cover the V10 along with all the other hardware in your box.