You’ll need to first assemble the mounting kits for your system. CoolerMaster has included mounting options for recent Intel systems as well as AMD AM4 and Intel 2066 and 2011 sockets.
For Intel MSDT processors like 9900K or earlier, you’ll need to assemble the backplate and secure your block. This is easier if you have cooler mounted already or you’re installing it outcase and have the system laying on the flat sideways.
Here’s the controller for the ML360R. Notice that it works directly off the motherboard controller if it has built in RGB control. You can set it up as standalone controller. Check the manual for details, you controller without exposing the hub or opening your case by attaching the reset button on the hub and routing the controls on the reset, which leaves your reset button needing to pressed for 5 seconds until it actually reboots your system. This does not work for cases without a reset button unfortunately.
Motherboard connectors are labelled accordingly.
One installed, you’ll have to deal with the wiring which is kind of hard but I do realize this is a temporary setup so I’m avoid having to tie down cable. In a more permanent situation, you are free to use zip ties or twist ties to secure your cables.
I’ll have to address that under bright lighting in our studio, the lights are fairly overpowered but let me make it clear that the lights are decently bright.