Core DUO aka YONAH on socket 478? EXPERT advice needed.

Well i was looking into the socket 478 to 479 converter from asus hoping maybe to put a pentium M into my mobo,
when i realized that intel made YONAH for the same socket. 8O

I have couple questions for you guys:

Will a Core Duo socket 478 work with an asus CT-479 converter?
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/CT-479

i have an asus p4gplx which is supported.

Also, since the fsb on the yonah is 667 will i be able to overclock it to maybe 800?
Will i see a substantial difference in my pc performance having a dual core or should i still go with a Dothan.
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    Well i was looking into the socket 478 to 479 converter from asus hoping maybe to put a pentium M into my mobo,
    when i realized that intel made YONAH for the same socket. 8O

    I have couple questions for you guys:

    Will a Core Duo socket 478 work with an asus CT-479 converter?
    http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/ASUS/CT-479

    i have an asus p4gplx which is supported.

    Also, since the fsb on the yonah is 667 will i be able to overclock it to maybe 800?
    Will i see a substantial difference in my pc performance having a dual core or should i still go with a Dothan.
    First off no the socket converter is only for pentium m not yonah the pin count maybe the same but it's placed differently and wait till asus comes out with another converter for yonah chips.
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