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iBook - Interchange 12" G3 Logic Boards?


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Forgive a noob. but searching the forum did not give me the answer I was looking for. I have a dead G3 700MHz iBook. Can I replace the logic board with a 800 or 900MHz unit? The 700 seems hard to find, while the others are more available. Thanks for your help.
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I wouldn't doubt it, I don't think the 800 or 900 MHz boards were any bigger then the 700, so it shouldn't be a problem.

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Bump for the Friday morning crowd. Thanks
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