Ran into this forum by searching informations on the commell pentium 4M boards.
I recently discovered mini-itx boards and i'm pretty excited by just about anything that concerns mini-itx, via, and others.
I know this topic is kinda old but i'd like to give some information i found when googling around for pentium M boards.
You may know DFI, they make top-notch mobos for hardcore gamers (well at least that's pretty much what they've been up to lately). Well they're producing a mini-itx board that supports Pentium M (the ones that are in centrino laptops), the DFI G5M100-N :
http://www.itx-warehouse.co.uk/Product. ... ductID=364
x86-secret.com has a review on it, but it's in french :p
http://www.x86-secret.com/popups/articl ... php?id=108
To resume x86-secret.com's review, the card is totally worth it ! It supports Pentium M & Celeron M, and supports overclocking very very well on the Celeron M (they overclocked a celeron M 1.3 to 2.0 ghz). The review also points out that it is possible to use it without a fan (but still with a heatsink) by using SpeedStep to lower the cpu's frequency.
The card is not expensive but of course you need to buy a Pentium M (or celeron M and overclock it