Crucial BX100 500GB SSD Review

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Crucial is a subsidiary of Micron Technology and presents one successful SSD after another since the first SSD. According to our reviews of the current MX200 with 500 GB and 1 TB capacity, we are testing now the less expensive BX100 SSD with 500 GB capacity. In this review, the Crucial CT500BX100SSD1 will compete against the predecessors C300, m4, M500, M550 and MX100 and some more current SSDs. The price is excellent, but what is about the SSD durability and … Continue reading Crucial BX100 500GB SSD Review

ASRock X99 Extreme4 Intel LGA 2011-3 Motherboard Review

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Today, we published a new X99 motherboard review here at OCinside.de. This time we tested the ASRock X99 Extreme4 LGA2011-3 motherboard with an Intel Core-i7 5930K CPU and four Crucial Ballistix Sport DDR4-2400 memory modules and overclocked it up to the limit. The motherboard will be available shortly additionally as ASRock X99 Extreme4/3.1 with USB 3.1 interface card (see CeBIT 2015 report). The ASRock X99 Extreme4 offers like the recently tested ASRock X99 Extreme6 motherboard eight DDR4 slots, an Ultra … Continue reading ASRock X99 Extreme4 Intel LGA 2011-3 Motherboard Review

CeBIT 2015 Coverage with 222 pictures

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CeBIT 2015 Hanover computer fair report with new USB 3.1 motherboards, water- and air coolers, cases, power supplies, NAS, SSD and more. The CeBIT 2015 in Hanover showed also in this year a lot of interesting products. The OCinside.de CeBIT 2015 report shows with 222 images an overview of new IT products. Our CeBIT report focus each year at current PC hardware and shows some new desktop and server motherboards, mobile products, chassis, coolers, power supplies, SSD, NAS, memory and … Continue reading CeBIT 2015 Coverage with 222 pictures

Plastic wrap display discovered – SCD Guide !

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The discovery of the year! Scotch tape as a storage medium was discovered a few years ago, but today certainly even the Fraunhofer Institute is amazed, because on OCinside.de published a guide, how to use plastic wrap, salt and pencil to build an energy-efficient, highly flexible display with extreme versatility! You should not miss the sodium chloride crystal display guide – short SCD. Edit 02.04.2015 – Yes, it was just an April Fools joke, but may be it is possible … Continue reading Plastic wrap display discovered – SCD Guide !

Crucial MX200 1TB SSD Review

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Who like to assemble a new PC or want to replace the old hard drive with a fast SSD, needs to select the proper size. If you do not know, if 250 GB or 500 GB is really enough capacity, you should read this review of the brand-new MX200 with 1 TB. Because after the previous test of the MX200 with 500 GB we want to test the 1 Terabyte type of the MX200 on OCinside.de today. We compare the … Continue reading Crucial MX200 1TB SSD Review

OCinside 2.0 and big Contest

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More than 15 years ago, OCinside.de is published in the Web and reaches a wide visitor range with several hundreds of reviews and tutorials. Since years, OCinside.de is not only publishing articles about PC overclocking, but rather about every interesting hardware. Minor updates included in the daily business, but now the largest update of OCinside.de along with new logo is succeeded still on time for the CeBIT 2015. Certainly there will be some readers who are looking back to the … Continue reading OCinside 2.0 and big Contest

CH Products Pro Pedals USB Review

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CH Products Pro Pedals USB Review One of the major controls for an aircraft is the rudder. Not only during flight, to move left or right, but also to guide it on the ground by steering the nose wheel. It is just the same on your home computer playing flight simulators. It might be sufficent to map only 2 keys on the keyboard for these functions but the ambitious flight simulator pilot wishes to add more realism. Exactly for this … Continue reading CH Products Pro Pedals USB Review

Thrustmaster Hotas Warthog Review

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Some older gamer might still remember it … One of the most famous joystick in the world was the Atari CX-40 – an orange button with a black handle. Nearly 30 years later, the technology has made great progress so that we can proudly present the latest generation of joysticks today – the Thrustmaster Hotas Warthog. In fact, it is a set of two devices. As the name implies, HOTAS means Hands On Throttle And Stick. So take your seat, … Continue reading Thrustmaster Hotas Warthog Review

Crucial MX200 500GB SSD Review

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The new Crucial MX200 SSD series is announced, which is not only very performant, but also designed for a higher reliability. The Crucial MX200 series is currently available with a capacity of 250 GB and 500 GB up to 1 TB. We have tested the new Crucial MX200 SSD CT500MX200SSD1 with 500 GB, compare it with the Crucial C300, m4, M500, M550 and MX100 and compete many more Solid State Drives and Hard Drives against it. Thanks for the support … Continue reading Crucial MX200 500GB SSD Review

Rapoo E6700 Review

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Rapoo E6700 ReviewIf you followed OCinside.de from the beginning, you surely know about our numerous USB Infrared Receiver guides and kits to remotely control a HTPC and turn it on and off. So you can operate the PC in the living room with a commercial remote control from the sofa. However, you might want to write something or make system settings and that is more difficult with a universal remote control. For this purpose, a Bluetooth wireless keyboard with touchpad, … Continue reading Rapoo E6700 Review

IR-Repeater

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Infrarot Repeater DIY Guide – self-made IR-Repeater Remote control HiFi equipment with the remote control through wall and cupboard The new IR-Repeater solder guide makes it possible for you to accommodate your HiFi equipment and the TV receiver in a cupboard or even remotely control a PC, Media Player, etc. with a remote control unit from another room. Infrared signals from a remote control do not transmit through a wall or in a HiFi cabinet, so this IR extender receives … Continue reading IR-Repeater

Raspberry Pi and Raspberry Pi PiCam Review

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Raspberry Pi und Raspberry Pi PiCam Review Raspberry cake at OCinside.de – of course overclocked. In the German kitchen the Raspberry Pie is rather less common. However, a device is becoming increasingly popular, which owes its name to this very sweet fruit cake. The Raspberry Pi single board computer. In this test, we will look more closely at the shooting star of the single-board computers and clarify who could use it. Furthermore, we will also test the PICAM – a … Continue reading Raspberry Pi and Raspberry Pi PiCam Review

SDR Guide

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DVB-T Stick SDR Guide – SDR-Receiver with DVB-T USB Stick … Almost everyone has it in his electronic accessories box – a DVB-T USB stick. Actually, it was a good idea, but with the introduction of digital TV Everywhere-DVB-T there rises the mighty cable, satellite and IPTV lobby. And so many parts of Germany are supplied only with the bare minimum. But as a resourceful hobbyist you do not throw those sticks away … Now there is a great possibility … Continue reading SDR Guide

Logitech G502 Proteus Core Review

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The first mice looked like carved from a block of plastic, today, there are plenty of much sleeker mice out there. This has become necessary in view of the increasing demands for ergonomics and modifier keys are becoming increasingly important for gamers. A well-known manufacturer of gaming mice is Logitech. The latest creation from Logitech, we want to take you for a little more closely today – the G502 Proteus Core Gaming Mouse. Thanks for the support … Many thanks … Continue reading Logitech G502 Proteus Core Review

Philips G-line 272G5DY Review

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Today we are testing the Philips Brilliance 272G5DY G-line 144 Hz Gaming Monitor with nVidia G-Sync. There used to be monochrome monitors, either green/black or amber/black for example, on which Larry Laffer has entertained for hours. Powered by graphic cards that are found today only in museums or in the lunar module. Then came the redemption, not only for visitors of Lan Parties – the flat panel display – also TFT (Thin Film Transistor) display called. Almost 40 years after … Continue reading Philips G-line 272G5DY Review