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
- 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.
- Any ISOOC member can contribute to the development of new standards,
- ISOOC standards shall be developed such that it lowers the barrier to industry-wide adoption.
- 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.
- ISOOC standards should make it easier for new users to enter the PC DIY enthusiast eco-system
- 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
Current List of ISOOC Workgroup Ideas
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
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
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 …