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
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!
Interactive AMD product ID guide now also with AMD Bulldozer processors ! A so called product ID or OPN description is on each AMD Phenom, Phenom II and Athlon II CPU, but the product ID is not really easy to understand without studying several datasheets. On the new AMD Phenom product ID guide v1.2 simply select the description of your processor over the drop-down fields or type it directly into the new OPN field. Then you will see the technical … Continue reading Interactive AMD Phenom product ID guide v1.2
AMD description – The interactive AMD Athlon 64 product ID OPN guide The interactive AMD Athlon 64 product ID guide for the identification of the AMD CPU description (OPN) is available in the version 3.1 and contains all current AMD processors. Simply select the description of the AMD Athlon 64 CPU over the dropdown fields and get the technical data of the processor virtually. The service is of course completely free and can be directly controlled by online Shops, forums, … Continue reading Interactive AMD Athlon 64 product ID guide version 3.1
It should be known that an AMD Athlon XP 1600+ CPU doesn’t run with 1600 MHz … by default 😉 but who likes to calculate all the P-ratings ? From now on it’s unnecessary to search for the right one, or set a wrong CPU frequency, because i’ve published a new very easy to use interactive P-Rating calculator. Just type in the P-Rating or the CPU frequency and you’ll get the result.
The useful interactive AMD Socket A product ID guide got today an extensive update and is now with the new version 1.4 again up-to-date. With this interactive guide it’s possible on the basis of numbers and characters on the Socket A CPU to get the Vcore, CPU temperature, size of the L2 Cache, the officially given FSB and the multiplier of the CPU within a few seconds.