No more bent pins in the LGA socket with Intel or AMD! With the new ASRock Z790 Steel Legend motherboard we have published today in advance a written and video tutorial for Intel LGA1700 CPU installation. Since we receive again and again inquiries due to bent pins in the Intel LGA socket and bent pins in AMD AM5 socket are only a matter of time, we have created in our OCinside YouTube Channel a video for AMD or Intel CPU … Continue reading AMD and Intel LGA CPU Installation Guide
Install Mainsail OS on Raspberry Pi and set up Klipper on a 3D printer! With this new tutorial on OCinside.de, you can install Klipper with the Mainsail interface on a Raspberry Pi and the special firmware needed to run Klipper on the motherboard of an Anycubic Mega S 3D printer. If you need an introduction to 3D printing, you should first read our 3D Printer Beginner guide.
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.
Make your 3D printer quieter and upgrade WiFi! Today there is another tutorial with smaller improvements to our large 3D printer optimization tutorial. Probably not everyone has the desire and time to rebuild the complete 3D printer and would like to change perhaps only small things. Since we have just needed a brand new Anycubic i3 Mega S 3D printer, we show again a few 3D printer optimizations that are relatively quick to do and also help the 3D printer … Continue reading 3D Printer Optimization Guide
3D Printer Optimization! Basically, the Anycubic Mega S already delivers quite good printing results out of the box, but we would highly recommend a few of the upgrades shown below to every Mega S owner. Especially with the cable routing, there is still a strong need for optimization with many 3D printers. An improved cable routing, other motor drivers, electronics, extruder and optimized filament supply we show today on OCinside.de in the 3D printer conversion guide. And those who need … Continue reading Anycubic i3 Mega S 3D Printer Improvement Guide
The term 3D printing is becoming more and more common and there are plenty of reasons for it. Because 3D printing can be used to produce a wide variety of things for all walks of life. Whether it’s a camera mount for the motorcycle or drone, a kitchen cutlery holder for the kitchen, or a sphere in which a hamster can explore the home. The possibilities are almost limitless. One thing is clear in any case. 3D printing has never … Continue reading 3D Printer Beginners Guide
Some time has passed since the release of the AMD Ryzen 7 3700X including our detailed AMD CPU review. In the meantime, AMD has released several AGESA updates and the minor issues have been resolved. Today we have again looked at the exact differences to the AMD Ryzen 7 3800X and will test whether the extra cost is worth it and if you can get the performance of a 3800X out of the 3700X with a few simple tweaks.
For 20 years now, there has been at least one April Fool’s joke on OCinside.de every year, but this year, unfortunately, everything is different. Of course we have thought about a Covid-19 virus scanner for the PC or a Corona Tester kit with only a few components or toilet paper for printing by yourself, but we don’t want to cause confusion during this time and will do without our April Fool’s joke this year. We would rather like to help … Continue reading OCinside.de BOINC and FAH Team against Covid-19
Today at OCinside.de we take a close look at the Intel CPU Heatspreader and clarify whether it is worth the effort to grind and polish the CPU IHS or not. The latest high-tech measuring equipment is used, as it is used in aerospace and Formula 1. First of all, there will be some surprises! The following workshop will show you exactly which ones.
Overclocking an inexpensive Intel N3450 Apollo Lake or Intel N4100 Gemini Lake CPU is officially not possible due to the locked multiplier, but we have looked into this issue in order to provide a little bit more performance for users of slower PC systems and have even written a small OC Tool. So from now on you can not only overclock a common Intel CPU, but also get some more out of a low budget Intel Apollo Lake system.
Overclockers, watch out! Recently we have shown on OCinside.de how to tweak with liquid metal PC and notebook, but today we show an even simpler method. We explain in the following tutorial how you can overclock your CPU in the egg boiler and even repair a defective CPU! There is only one catch, because the already very high demand for egg cookers at Easter could drive up the prices for the magic devices even higher. Edit 2nd April 2019 – … Continue reading AMD and Intel CPU Tweaking in egg boiler
The OCinside.de OC database contains over 11,000 PCs with thousands of processor overclocking results. In the new update some extensions were made, like for example the direct control, sorting and selection over the title bar. Furthermore, new Intel and AMD CPUs and AMD Ryzen 3, Ryzen 5 as well as Ryzen 7 have been added to the database for direct selection. The OC database is updated every night. If you register your system today, you will be able to compare … Continue reading CPU OverClocking Database
Get your Notebook operating permanently on turbo mode thanks to liquid metal! In this new tutorial on OCinside.de we have modified a laptop using liquid metal so that the CPU can be overclocked higher thanks to better cooling and can even be operated permanently at maximum turbo clock. In this tutorial, we test the Conductonaut liquid metal from Thermal Grizzly, which has already proven its worth in CPU Delidding. It was worth it!
Many have certainly heard of the processor bug Meltdown and Spectre, because it has already been in the press for weeks. Not a bug is the Earth Hour shutdown, which will be integrated into AMD and Intel processors via microcode update in the future. To do its part in climate protection, the CPU is switched off once a year in April for one hour! It doesn’t matter if you’re in the middle of a gaming battle or making an online … Continue reading Earth Hour shutdown integrated in the processor!