Back in the day I used a desktop with Celeron D 3.2GHz on LGA 775 mainboard. It came with some stock radiator and cooler which worked OK. Later I upgraded the rig with Pentium 4 2.93 Prescott (non-HT) and reused the cooling setup.
This month I plan to buy a new mainboard+CPU combo, which most probably will consist of a G31/G33 chipset mobo and a 45nm/65nm Core 2 Duo (probably a E6750 or E7300). However, this setup will lack cooling, so I am wondering if the newer LGA 775 mainboards will accept the old, Celeron D stock radiator and cooler. Its performance should be enough (Prescotts used to have much higher TDP), I am just afraid there will be problems mounting and old cooler on newer mobos (there is quite a few years of difference.