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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-10-2019, 06:23 PM - Thread Starter
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Need help Identifying this cooler

Hello all,

I frequently visit online deals and Im sad it isn't as big as it was back in 2011 it seems like. Anyways, I am desperately trying to identify the cooling tower heatsink in the photos. I dont see any branding other than the logo. I want to seek out some of the mounting hardware so I can actually use it it an upcoming build. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Looks like a painted Coolermaster Hyper 212 of some sort, modded to look like the TUF edition? The shape of the badge and the base definitely is CoolerMaster's style.

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I wonder if it would work with the hyper212 mounting hardware
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Well, it's definitely not a 212 as it has two separate fin stacks. Pics without the fan would help identify it.

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Now you say it has two fin stacks....I have had the same cooler in the past just with the top decorative plate removed. Never found out what model it was.

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It does look like an original hyper 212 from 2007. Which had 2 fin stacks. And it looks like it still has the original hyper 212 fans but with added stickers. But it has a custom top plate?

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Top plate screws are in the right place for early 212
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Early 212 did have side by side finpacks, as did a few others like Scythe Yasya. I'm not familiar with the winged logo on this cooler and it's fan.

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It's a coolermaster design for sure, the sticker aren't original.

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It's a coolermaster design for sure, the sticker aren't original.
Could you give us a link or two to images of 212 with a black top like on OPs? I can see in his image what may be Coolermaster logo under wings logo. But I have not seen a top on early 212 like on in his pics. All I find look like this:
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