ISOOC aims to develop user-centric industry standards for PC enthusiasts that benefit all stakeholders and support a long-term, sustainable, and prospering PC overclocking and PC DIY ecosystem.

ISOOC Standards Core Principles

  1. ISOOC standards are the fruit of the collaboration of the ISOOC members which represent all stakeholders in the PC enthusiast, PC DIY, and PC overclocking industry.
  2. Any ISOOC member can contribute to the development of new standards,
  3. ISOOC standards shall be developed such that it lowers the barrier to industry-wide adoption.
  4. ISOOC standards are open standards. The nature of open standards enables any third party to build innovative products and services on top of the standards.
  5. ISOOC standards should make it easier for new users to enter the PC DIY enthusiast eco-system
  6. ISOOC standards are user-centric and aim to create long-term value for consumers, companies, and the organization.

ISOOC Standards Development Process

Published ISOOC Standards

Coming soon.

Current List of ISOOC Workgroup Ideas

  • KOZ/KIZ for Enthusiast Motherboard, Cooling, & DRAM

    KOZ/KIZ for Enthusiast Motherboard, Cooling, & DRAM

    ISOOC proposes a set of Keep-Out-Zone (KOZ) and Keep-In-Zone (KIZ) guidelines for enthusiast motherboard, cooling, and DRAM to simplify compatibility . Identified Problem Overclocking focused motherboard trend is 2x DIMM …

  • Open Water Cooling Header

    Open Water Cooling Header

    ISOOC proposes an open water cooling header to simplify installation and improve aesthetics of AIO and custom loop solutions. Identified Problem High-end liquid cooling solution, including all-in-one and custom, offer …

  • Open Port 80 Debug Information

    Open Port 80 Debug Information

    ISOOC proposes an open standard for Port 80 debug information to enable ubiquitous on-site troubleshooting, simplifying PC building and reducing return rates. Summary In the past, generic Port 80 debug …