I've finally had time to work a bit on the "Interesting Socket 7 board list" and uploaded a first version to the wiki, but due to circumstances I had very little time to do a lot of work on the list.
It's uploaded here http://www.vogonswiki.com/index.php/Socket_7_ … therboard_Lists
My intent for this list is to provide a quick reference to all the more modern Socket 7 boards which include the following features:
-All Socket 7 boards that were made in ATX format
-All Socket 7 boards that include an AGP slot
-All Socket 7 boards which include official 100MHz FSB support
My intent is for this list to provide only boards which include any of the 3 features I mentioned above, mostly because the number of boards made in AT format is enormous.
I know that many interesting Socket 7 boards were made which are interesting in some way (like AT Socket 7 boards with the 430HX chipset, just to name a thing), but exclude any of the 3 mentioned features I listed here and I think these boards should be in a separated list as adding all of these boards into a single list will make the list very long and very hard to read.
I also taking into consideration something PCBONEZ mentioned earlier in another tread when he commented about the s370 list getting less practical to use when all s370 boards get listed there (and personally I think the point he made is an obvious one) and when the time comes that the s370 list becomes very long, I'll duplicate the total s370 motherboard list and modify the duplicate's list to include a narrower selection of boards (for instance, a separated list for s370 boards that include ISA and native Tualatin support (boards that will work with Tualatin using an adapter might get included later, as long as those boards also include an ISA slot)).
All this doesn't have to be done overnight, but I think progress is slowly being made 😀