I was wondering if anyone might know whether the motherboard chipsets
(Northbridge/Southbridge) designed by Intel contain any unique serial numbers which would
clearly identify both chips as genuine and authentic ? I was merely
interested in finding out whether older desktop Intel motherboards
supporting Socket 478 CPU's models like ASUS P4B533, P48SX, P4P800-X contain Intel chipsets that have this
unique serial number embedded into them. I know Intel CPU's at one time
used to deploy such features but I am not sure whether the chipsets from
Intel do this also ? The question can apply to older and newer
motherboards that is fine.
This is just a question for the curiousity more then anything else.
Thanks in advance