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Best price for Cooler Master Hyper 212 LED in Malaysia is RM 88.00

You can buy the Cooler Master Hyper 212 LED at the lowest price of RM 88.00 from Shopee which is 42% cheaper than the Cooler Master Hyper 212 LED that is sold by Ezi Buy at the price of RM 152.50, you can also buy it from Lazada and Qoo10. Alternatively, the Cooler Master Hyper 212 LED is also sold in Indonesia at Bukalapak with the price of RM 108.00 and Philippines at Lazada with the price of RM 189.00 and Singapore at Lazada with the price of RM 109.00 and Thailand at ShopAt24 with the price of RM 159.00 and Vietnam at Shopee with the price of RM 113.00. Pricing details were last updated at 26 May 2018, 13:11.

Price List by Country for Cooler Master Hyper 212 LED

Country International Price Price in MYR
Indonesia IDR 385.000 MYR 108.00
Malaysia MYR 88.00 MYR 88.00
Philippines PHP 2,490.00 MYR 189.00
Singapore SGD 36.80 MYR 109.00
Thailand THB 1,280 MYR 159.00
Vietnam VND 649.000 MYR 113.00

Specs of Cooler Master Hyper 212 LED

Cooler Master Hyper 212 LED Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelHyper 212
DateNov 2007
Supported processor socketsLGA 775 (Socket T)
Noise level (high speed)19 dB

Reviews of Cooler Master Hyper 212 LED
Reviewed on 2017-04-22
Cooler Master just launched the Hyper 212 LED Turbo, the newcomer bears the old name and retails at RM 179 – so how does the Cooler Master Hyper 212 LED Turbo perform?Now before that, here's the cooler itself – as you can see the Cooler Master Hyper 212 L...
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Reviewed on 2010-02-26
Obviously CPU coolers are critical to keeping things cool in your computer system. Ever run a CPU without a heatsink? We have. And trust us, we highly recommend avoid it. While CPU heatsinks come in a variety of shapes and sizes, there are some com...
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Reviewed on 2009-06-17
Hyper 212 Plus model should be used for much higher overclock frequencies. Both coolers hit “bulls eye” especially if you take into consideration their prices...
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Reviewed on 2008-11-05
Unique split fin design, Near silent operation, Included hardware for dual fan configuration, Superior mounting hardware, Excellent prices versus performance.
Base is not lapped to a mirror finish as stated, Clearance issues with some north bridge coolers, Need to remove the motherboard for installation.
With the release of the Nahalem, i7 processors from Intel just hitting the market, we as end user hope for significant drops in price for the LGA775 stock still on shelves around the globe. If I am correct in this assessment, there should soon be a sl...
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Reviewed on 2008-09-24
Two heatsink design with 8 heatpipes, Supports up to two 120mm fans, Premium cooling, Universal design, Affordable
No backplate for motherboard, Might hit case, depending on the case
The Cooler Master Hyper 212 CPU Cooler has two heatsinks each with their own set of four heatpipes for premium cooling. Not only does it have a dual heatsink design, but it also has the ability to have a dual 120mm fan design for even more airflow. Hav...
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Reviewed on 2008-06-16
CoolerMaster has a wide assortment of heatpipe-based coolers, and one of their newest releases is the Hyper 212. The construction has multiple heatpipes in a tower design, but not just any tower design. The Hyper 212 sports a dual tower design, with...
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Reviewed on 2008-04-20
CoolerMaster Hyper212 CPU CoolerThe CoolerMaster Hyper212 is a new heatpipe-based CPU cooler thats compatible with virtually all current Intel and AMD motherboards. Its designed around four heatpipes radiating from a copper base up to a large block o...
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Reviewed on 2008-04-07
19dB 120mm Fan, Place for secondary Fan, High Cooling Capacity, Universal installation, Solid Construction
Large cooler makes installation difficult, Fan is not RPM controlled, No back plate for 775 installations
Aircooling is the easiest and most economical way to cool your CPU and while any stock or OEM heatsink will do a fairly good job at keeping the processor cool you have to wonder how cool it should be? Should the core temperature be at a constant subze...
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Reviewed on 2008-02-12
Cooler Master is known for producing interesting cooling products that cover a varied range of performance and pricing. These same products are also rather varied in their looks, from wild shaped coolers with lights everywhere to more subdued coolers ...
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Reviewed on 2008-01-27
Last month CoolerMaster sent us the CM Sphere to test out. While the CM Sphere was very pretty, it just didnt cut it for us overclockers. Needless to say, I was waiting for the hate mail to arrive from CoolerMaster. This isnt the first time weve ...
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Reviewed on 2007-12-17
Try to answer a question to yourself: what criteria you take into account when choosing an air-cooler for your system CPU? Trust me, there will be a lot of different answer variations including efficiency, noise level, price, universality of the design...
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Reviewed on 2007-12-05
The Coolermaster Hyper 212 is a 60mm tall heatsink, and its comprised of just the right mix of copper heatpipes and aluminum cooling fins. Ill save you the trouble of skipping to the end of this review, its good!
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Reviewed on 2007-11-29
Zalman, Thermaltake and others have been pushing high-end air coolers for a long time. Here is the recent offering from Coolermaster, the Hyper 212. At just over US$40, this attempts to bring some high-end performance into that mainstream pricing ran...
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Reviewed on 2007-10-31
In our New Mid-Priced Coolers article, we moved the focus down a notch to examine some value options available in midrange coolers. We found an excellent midrange performer in the small and efficient OCZ Vendetta, but there are plenty more midrange coo...
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Reviewed on 2007-09-27
Good performance, Universal design: LGA775, S754/939/940, AM2, Thought out dual tower solution, Able to attach second fan, Very quiet, Manual in 17 languages!
Needs motherboard removal for additional fan, For its unique design and great performance
There has been a lot of great products coming out of Cooler Masters stable lately. These include Cosmos and Stacker enclosures as well as cooling accessories and high-end power supplies. Not so long ago, Ive compared Cooler Master HyperTX against Th...
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Reviewed on 2007-09-26
Hey guys! Meet Hiper 212. Its what we game-mongers in the hardware biz call a heatpipe based cooler. Heatpipe coolers to date always were about low noise cooling, making them excellent coolers yet not the highest performing ones. This where we enter...
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Reviewed on 2007-09-26
Heatpipe coolers have become pretty common place by now and just about every cooler manufacturer has a selection of coolers with heatpipes these days. Cooler Master has just launched its latest model, the Hyper 212 and we’ve taken one out for a spin...
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Reviewed on 2007-09-22
Absolutely silent, Fast installation, 2Fan expandability, Mirrorfinished base
Inflexible installation, Moderate performance
Cooler Master has been releasing a lot of new products lately. From cases to peripherals, Im starting to see their name everywhere. One of their most recent products to hit their website is the Hyper 212 CPU cooler. With support for all platforms, fou...
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Reviewed on 2008-02-11
While people tend to associate high-end, stylish cases upon hearing the words “Cooler Master”, most don’t imminently think of their cooling segment even though that word is in the company name. Cooler Master has for years been quietly ch...
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Reviewed on 2007-11-23
Easy to Install, Ability to House Up to Two Fans, Four Heatpipe Design, Comparable Temperatures With Other High Performance Coolers, Pure Copper Base, Useable With AMD and Intel Setups, Price...
No 3 pintomolex Converter Included With Package...
One thing that has always plagued computers is heat. The physics behind the computer is where this heat comes from, and if too much heat is present, you will see your computers performance drop, and even in extreme cases, become unusable. To battle ...
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