IIRC the mounting holes are identical. It is the chip thickness that is different Coolers that hold the cooler to the chip with springs, such as the 212 evo generally work even though they are technically not rated for 1150.
Two things I see wrong here are that there is no spring, and that looks like a seriously craptacular cooler to begin with. That thing looks like a 1u rack mount server cooler, or even something for, say, the auto industry or something. I would NOT trust that thing to cool anything but the most low power of haswell chips even if I thought it would fit.
Dynatron no longer has this product listed on their site that I could find, but they do have a very similar looking one the k2 http://www.dynatron-corp.com/en/product_detail_1.aspx?cv=1-4-281&id=227&in=0
it IS rated for 1150, but appears to have a much more powerful (and apparntly extremely loud) fan.
so will it fit? Maybe. probably, judging from the K2. Will it cool your chip? Again, maybe. i would be totally unsurprised if you threw a 4xxx chip under it and it promptly melted though.
Can you fit, say, a silenex flower cooler? http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.silenx.com/t.efz-100ha1-base.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.silenx.com/cpu.coolers.asp%3Fsku%3Defz-100ha1&usg=__rDlUXsuR_KI5nOkhXShObady3ck=&h=150&w=150&sz=5&hl=en&start=4&sig2=pm8xNAHUScaPZwYlIlCSXg&zoom=1&tbnid=Ya4NZIPKrv5A_M:&tbnh=96&tbnw=96&ei=r_FdUoLpE8OBqQG78oGYCQ&itbs=1&sa=X&ved=0CDIQrQMwAw
It's 56cm high. Over twice the height of the dynatron, but still not very tall, and they're even cheaper new than that one is used.Edited by bombastinator - 10/15/13 at 7:12pm