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MasterAir MA612 Stealth series now available in Malaysia from RM339

MasterAir MA612 Stealth series now available in Malaysia from RM339

by Vyncent ChanAugust 4, 2021
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Cooler Master has just announced the availability of their latest air coolers, the MasterAir MA612 Stealth series. There’s the sleek, stealthy MasterAir MA612 Stealth, and the less stealthy MasterAir MA612 Stealth ARGB. Both feature a fully-blacked out aesthetic, with black fins, black heatpipes and black fans, letting you match them with just about any build out there.

MasterAir MA612 Stealth coldplate heatpipe

Performance is courtesy of six heatpipes connected to a nickel-plated base to quickly remove heat from your CPU. Then the two SickleFlow 120 fans included with the MasterAir MA612 Stealth makes quick work of dissipating the heat. The only difference between the MasterAir MA612 Stealth and MasterAir MA612 Stealth ARGB are their fans — the latter has the SickleFlow 120 ARGB fans, while the non-ARGB version gets standard black fans.

MasterAir MA612 Stealth ARGB RAM

The MasterAir MA612 Stealth series feature an improved mounting mechanism as well, which simplifies the installation process. Speaking of which, RAM clearance is also a non-issue, due to the asymmetrical design of the MasterAir MA612 Stealth. A brushed aluminum top plate shows off the Cooler Master logo while also hiding away the pointy bits of the heatpipes for a cleaner look in your build.

MasterAir MA612 Stealth Specs

CPU socket compatibility Intel LGA 115X / LGA 1366 ~ LGA2066
AMD AM2 ~ AM4 / FM1 ~ FM2+
Heatsink dimensions 129 x 112.2 x 158 mm
Fan(s) Size 120 x 120 x 25 mm
Quantity 2 pcs
Speed 650 ~ 1800 rpm
Airflow 62CFM (max)
Air pressure 2.5mmH2O (max)
MTTF 160 000 hours
Noise 27 dBA (max)
Warranty 5 years

MasterAir MA612 Stealth top plate

You can get the MasterAir MA612 Stealth now at RM339, while the MasterAir MA612 Stealth ARGB is priced at RM389.

Pokdepinion: It’s great that Cooler Master is still offering an option for those RGB haters still holding out in 2021.

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Vyncent Chan
Technology enthusiast, casual gamer, pharmacy graduate. Strongly opposes proprietary standards and always on the look out for incredible bang-for-buck.