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iBook G3 12" logic board - which one?

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Hi there,

I have decided to try and replace my iBook's logic board. My iBook is the G3 12" 700 MHz 16 VRAM model. My search so far has indicated that I can potentially use logic boards from the 800 and 900 MHz iBooks as well, but I could not find a comprehensive list. Currently, I found the following logic boards offered on ebay:

Anyone know whether these will work for me?
Any help greatly appreciated! Thanks!
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