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  1. #1
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    AX-7 Motherboard Compatibility - See if yours fits!!

    I've been looking throughout the Case & Cooling forums and have seen so many threads on the AX-7 and its motherboard compatibility. So why not put it all in one thread for reference instead of cluttering up the entire forum.

    The following motherboards are AX-7 Compatible, unless otherwise noted, complications are added after motherboard. I'm not responsible for any actions you might take that will jeopardize the longevity of your motherboard.

    Abit
    • KR7A-Raid
    • KG7
    • KG7-R
    • KG7 Lite
    • KT7A
    • AT-7
    • KT7
    • KT7E
    • NV7m
    • NV7-133R
    • KX7-333
    • KX7-333R
    • KD7-RAID
    • NF7-S


    AOpen
    • AK77 Pro *NOT COMPATIBLE


    Asus
    • A7V8X
    • A7N8X
    • A7N8X Deluxe
    • A7M266
    • A7V266-C
    • A7V266-E *WARNING - Obtrusive Capacitors, may not fit without modification
    • A7N266-C
    • A7N266-E
    • A7A266
    • A7V133
    • A7V133-C
    • A7V333
    • A7M266-D *WARNING - "It does fit on this board the only thing is you have to watch the the Caps around the CPU sockets. They could get lodged under the cooler holding it up from makeing proper contact." - Eldest_One
      UPDATE - Rev 1.04 incompatible, obtrusive capacitors


    Biostar
    • M7V1B


    Chaintech
    • 7VJDA
    • 7KJD
    • CT-7NJS


    ECS
    • K7S5A
    • K7S6A


    Epox
    • 8K7A
    • 8K7A+
    • 8KHA
    • 8KHA+
    • 8K3A
    • 8K3A+
    • 8KTA3
    • 8K5A2+
    • 8K5A3+
    • 8RDA+
    • 8RDA


    FIC
    • AZ11E


    Gigabyte
    • GA-7VRX
    • GA-7VRXP
    • GA-7DX+
    • GA-7DXR+
    • GA-7VTXH
    • GA-7VTXE
    • GA-7DX
    • GA-7DXR
    • GA-7VAXP
    • GA-7VAX


    Iwill
    • XP333-R
    • KK266-R
    • KK266+
    • KA266


    Leadtek
    • K7N415DA


    MSI
    • K7T Turbo Limited Edition
    • K7T Turbo2
    • K7T266 Pro2
    • K7T266 Pro2 RU
    • K7 Master
    • K7N420 Pro
    • KT3 Ultra-ARU
    • KT3 Ultra
    • 745 Ultra
    • K7N2 Delta-ILSR


    Shuttle
    • AK35GTR
    • AK35GT2/R
    • AK31 - All versions
    • AN35N-Ultra *NOT COMPATIBLE


    Soltek
    • DRV4 - top left capacitor in the way needs to be slightly bent
    • SL75-DRV4 *NOT COMPATIBLE - huge capacitor in the way
    • SL-75DRV5 *NOT COMPATIBLE (UPADATE: Newer Revisions are compatible)
    • 75-FRV


    Soyo
    • K7V Dragon(Non-Plus) *NOT COMPATIBLE
    • K7V Dragon+
    • KT333 Dragon Ultra


    Tyan
    • Tiger MP S2460 slight triming required on "C" sticker boards
    • Thunder K7
    • S2466 4N M MPX *NOT COMPATIBLE
    Last edited by TSA; 12-05-2003 at 02:11 AM.

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    wonder how my Biostar M7V1B or somethin like that will do?

  3. #3
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    works on asus a7a266

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    Works on my Abit KR7A-RAID
    Last edited by wakiz; 10-01-2002 at 11:57 PM.

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    Hmm.

    Well, I can vouch for it fitting on the Gigabyte GA-7VRX, the Gigabyte GA-7DXR+, the MSI K7T266 Pro2, and the Gigabyte GA-7VTXH.
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    Fits on Epox 8KA7, though not crazy about temps yet. 44C load with 3500 rpm 80mm fan. No better than Gladiator with 31cfm TT fan and no quieter.
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    It fits the Gigabyte GA-7VTXE and the Chaintech 7VJDA


    Main Box: BioStar TpowerX58 LGA 1366, Intel i7 920 Nehalem 2.66GHz Quad-Core, 3GB Corsair DDR3 1600, 2X250GB WD SATA, VisionTek Radeon 4870, Corsair 620w PS, Asus DRW-1608P3S & DRW-1814BL, Win7 SP1 & LinuxMint 10

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    It fits my Shuttle AK31v2

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    Thumbs up Thanks

    Nice thread... definitely helps me when I upgrade my mobo and get an AX7.

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    It works on the Gigabyte GA-7VTXH, MSI K7N420 Pro and ECS K7S5A
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    It works on my MSI K7T266 Pro2...
    b4 with Tt 6CU+ with 38cfm @ 39dba ...idle:46c ; full load:52c
    now with AX-7 and using Adda 31cfm@28dba... idle: 41c; full load: 46c.... quiet and cool ~ !!!!!
    My ReBorn Rig
    Case: Lian-Li PC65
    Case Cooling:Intake: 4 Intake.... 3 Exhaust
    Mobo: Abit NF7-S 2.0
    CPU: AMD AthlonXP T-Bred B 1700+ (0310WPMW) @ 2.35GHz (10 X 235) @ 1.76v
    CPU Cooling: Thermalright AX-7 / Panaflow H1A with AS3
    RAM: TwinMOS PC3200 256MB X 2 CL2.5 running @ Dual Channel
    Video Card: ATI Radeon 9800Pro@ 436/384
    3DMark2001: 18278
    Temp Idle / Full Load: Case=25C / 27C ... CPU=42C / 47C...

    Heatware: chuson1
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    A little tight on the capacitors below the socket on my Epox 8K7a but temps are sweet.

    Not sure if it's the change from ASII to ASIII or the change from MCX462 to AX-7, but CPU temps are now consistantly 12C over case temps as opposed to 15 to 16C for the MCX462 with the same Sanyo-Denki 36.4cfm/29db fan (34C CPU/ 22C Case). BTW: That is while running Genome@Home 24/7

    The surface on my AX-7 was horrible, especially where it would mate up to the CPU. Guess they're having a hard time keeping up with supply so quality is slipping a bit. That is the absolute longest time I've ever spent lapping a H/S to get all the marks out of the mating area, but the result was well worth it. I can't beyotch too much about a H/S that drops my temps by 3C and has a better chance of being compatable with the Clawhammer boards that the MCX462 and Pal 8045.
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    A7N266-E here with a AX7 fitting fine, that's with a 120mm UltraFlow fan and adapter sitting on top of it.

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    bumpity bump
    great idea, TSA.
    since you started this, now you've got to check this thread periodically and edit the first post you made to keep the list current
    it's a little snug on the A7A-266, but it did fit without any modification.
    can one of the moderators make this a sticky thread???
    Specs:
    1.33 T-bird @1492(11*135.6)
    cooled by ThermalRight AX-7 with Panaflo H1A---55C full load, 100% stable, and nearly SILENT
    Asus A7A-266
    512MB (2x256) Crucial PC2100 DDR (2-2-2-7) (2.6v)
    20G Western Digital, 6G Quantum Fireball
    GeForce2 GTS (overclocked to 250/400) to 19" monitor...I miss my duallies, but some of my games didnt like 'em
    SB Live Value
    Creative Video Blaster TV capture card
    Linksys LNE100TX 10/100 NIC
    Black Chieftec Server Case with acrylic window, blue cold cathode, home made rounded IDE cables, home made baybus...she sure is pretty

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    A7V-266E older revision (before capacitor moved) needs very easy Dremel mod.

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