Focal Elegia Review

Focal Elegia over-ears with crisp bass! Today, we are testing on OCinside.de the French-designed Focal Elegia headphones in closed design. As a high-end solution, the Elegia should meet the highest audiophile demands and has dynamic drivers with an alloy of aluminum and magnesium. We hope you enjoy reading the new review!

Uhuru WM-08 RGB Review

Today we are testing the WM-08, a very affordable RGB wireless mouse from Uhuru. We take a look at whether you can get a decent RGB wireless mouse for a very small budget in the following review and even test it in a LAN party endurance trial.

ASRock Radeon RX 6600 Challenger D 8G Review

Affordable graphics card for Full HD Gaming and more! We recently tested an AMD Radeon RX 6600 XT graphics card and today we would like to test and overclock a lower priced graphics card on OCinside.de with the ASRock Radeon RX 6600 Challenger D 8G. The ASRock graphics card not only shines with a very good price/performance ratio.

Arctic P14 Slim PWM PST Review

Flat 140mm fans from Arctic! After the slim 12cm fans, Arctic now releases the larger P14 Slim PWM PST fans. The new super-thin, pressure-optimized 14cm fans have a thickness of just 16mm, making them only 1mm thicker than the thin 12cm Arctic P12 Slim PWM PST fans. When space is ever limited in the SFF PC case, these fans can be the solution. Our following test reveals whether they are also good besides being thin.

SilentiumPC Fera 5 Dual Fan Review

Affordable air cooler without bling-bling! SilentiumPC / Endorfy has released the Fera 5 Dual Fan CPU cooler, a quiet and powerful tower cooler with a heat management of max. 220W TDP, compact design and two 120mm PWM High Performance Fluctus fans. The Fera 5 has to hold its own against strong competition and in the review on OCinside.de we show whether it succeeds.

Interactive Fit for Fan guide v4.0 – will the cooler fit on the motherboard?

Now with Intel Z690, H670, H610, B660 LGA1700 motherboards, AMD X570S, X570, B550 Socket AM4 Ryzen motherboards as well as many more motherboards, new coolers, integrated share button and zoom function! Since 1999 we have been testing coolers and motherboards on OCinside.de and check which CPU cooler can be used for which motherboard. With the interactive Fit for Fan guide v4.0, you can find this out in just a few clicks by virtually fitting the desired CPU cooler on the … Continue reading Interactive Fit for Fan guide v4.0 – will the cooler fit on the motherboard?

Teufel Real Blue NC Review

Today we test on OCinside.de with the Teufel Real Blue NC a really chic headset that would like to convince with excellent sound and the elimination of unpleasant background noise. Of course, we put them through their paces, including an ANC endurance test in the Berlin subway!

NZXT Function MiniTKL and Function Custom Keyboard Review

Today we review the brand new Function Full Size and Function Mini TKL gaming keyboard from the US manufacturer NZXT. Besides interchangeable switches and a high feature set, they also try to score with good build quality and high customizability. How it feels to type on the first NZXT keyboard with fancy RGB lighting in a particularly small mini format, how you can personalize your NZXT Function Custom Keyboard by the NZXT BLD page and what else these new NZXT … Continue reading NZXT Function MiniTKL and Function Custom Keyboard Review

Arctic Liquid Freezer II 280 A-RGB Review

At the release of the first water cooler with RGB lighting, Arctic only offered models with 12cm fans. In the meantime, Arctic has expanded its range and offers the full spectrum of CPU water coolers with two or three 12 or 14cm, RGB or A-RGB illuminated fans. Arctic is now also including an LGA 1700 mounting kit for the latest 12th generation Intel Core CPUs with all Liquid Freezer II series coolers. Time for us to run the more powerful … Continue reading Arctic Liquid Freezer II 280 A-RGB Review

VPN Tutorial

Set up VPN in Windows and backup via VPN! In this workshop, we at OCinside.de want to show how you can install your own VPN including remote cloud storage, like at parents or friends, relatively easily and without much prior knowledge and without cryptic Linux commands, distributions or certificates.