Converting Alpha PEP66 to fit KT7A motherboard


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If you recently bought a Socket motherboard and you have an AlphaPEP66, there is a possibility that it won't fit. The fan is mounted on the side, and on some socket motherboards this is a problem. This we recently experienced on the Abit KT7A-Raid. But this can be solved in notime. Just take a look below:

To the left is the cooler as it is originally, to the right you can see that we have turned the housing 90 degrees.



 


Now, you need to take out the saw, I used a dremel for this job. This is where the fastening clamps will pass through. This needs to be done on both sides. You can see exactly where to cut by positioning the housing on the ribs.



 


Then it is time to put the cooler back together. The one thing that is really sweet, is that you don't have to drill new holes. The space between the middle cooling-fins is just about right for the screws.
This is what the result look like:



   


Good luck.....

Thor