Pretty much...............here are some suggestions:
1. Read your motherboard manual. Become familiar with the board layout. Disconnect the power cord from the computer and clear the CMOS (re-set the BIOS settings to their default). Wear a grounding wrist-strap when inserting or removing components to the motherboard. Clearing the CMOS usually is done moving a jumper from the pins for the "normal" setting to the pins for "clear" setting, but read your motherboard manual. Wait a minute or so, then move the jumper back to its original position.
2. At this point (power still disconnected), you can carefully remove the heat sink fan, heatsink, and the old CPU. Remember to disconnect the CPU fan power jack from the motherboard pins.
3. Insert the new CPU - aligning the chip correctly with the motherboard socket/pins (read you motherboard manual).