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ciarlatano 07-13-2019 08:48 AM

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Originally Posted by ozlay (Post 28040356)
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?

Quote:

Originally Posted by maltamonk (Post 28040376)
Top plate screws are in the right place for early 212

Good call. I completely forgot that 212 variant ever existed.

Martin778 07-13-2019 11:37 AM

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Originally Posted by doyll (Post 28040754)
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:
http://www.frostytech.com/articleima...er212_pspc.jpg

The top plate is custom(ized), looks like.

p.s
Isn't the golden wings sticker something from CS:GO??

Owterspace 07-13-2019 10:36 PM

Just here to say it does look like an early 212, like the one that started the bang. I would say it is.. Didnt they license it out to others like Xigmatek and other smaller companies for a little bit before they changed it? Maybe I'm thinking of something else..

ciarlatano 07-14-2019 01:18 PM

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Originally Posted by Owterspace (Post 28041930)
Just here to say it does look like an early 212, like the one that started the bang. I would say it is.. Didnt they license it out to others like Xigmatek and other smaller companies for a little bit before they changed it? Maybe I'm thinking of something else..

They have licensed out a number of their coolers, so it wouldn't be at all surprising. But, I would be shocked if it was to Xigmatek, who was a huge OEM player at the time.

Owterspace 07-14-2019 06:53 PM

Yeah I am probably mistaken about that..


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