The weirdest hackintosh

Arctic's Alpine AM4 Passive is designed for AMD's 35W desktop processors but looks amazing paired with Intel's Bean Canyon NUC. We're curious to know how mounting works here, though.

Source: reddit

Update: "What I did: use the existing mounting holes of the mainboard: 95mm in one direction, 90,50mm in the other direction apart from another. Arctic AM4 passive has 99x99mm, so I just drilled 4 1,5mm holes in the appropriate places, threaded 2M threads into each hole and screwed the AM4 from the bottom. Heat is transferred via a thin copper plate which is glued to the stock heatsink and from there via standard thermal grease to the bottom of the cooler." (Thanks Parke!)