By: Tillmann (IP: 83.121.1.*)
Written on: 20-02-2005 21:43
passive cooling of the Pentium M is possible, but I'm not sure if it can be achieved with a heatsink that is just 1" high. Maybe if you have an excellent copper heatsink.
I once got a sample of a Jagwire passive copper cooler for Socket 370/Socket A which was compact yet powerful; it looks similar to the Jagwire unit pictured in part 2 of the "Heatsinks" section here - but it had fewer and larger fins, which is better for passive cooling. Maybe a similar design could solve your cooling problem.
I have added Cool Innovations to the Links section.