Is it possible to control the northbridge and the southbridge from the cpu on pc Tags: Chipsets Peripherals CPUs Southbridge Motherboards Last response: February 26, 2010 2:41 AM in Motherboards Share chatram February 26, 2010 2:11:42 AM HI all, IS it possible to access all the northbridge and southbridge peripherals by the cpu that is connected to one of the pci slots on the southbridge. Once the system is up, i shall power off the main cpu. More about : control northbridge southbridge cpu badge a b à CPUs a b V Motherboard February 26, 2010 2:33:55 AM Quote:IS it possible to access all the northbridge and southbridge peripherals by the cpu that is connected to one of the pci slots on the southbridge. No. With a screwdriver, definately not. Quote:Once the system is up, i shall power off the main cpu. \,,/ m 0 l victomofreality February 26, 2010 2:41:42 AM alright... ummm... what? m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Is it possible to replace either the NorthBridge or SouthBridge Chipse Forum Nvidia northbridge and southbridge with amd cpu Forum SolvedPC running show and shutting down and running hot, possible CPU heat problem? Forum Turn on PC via remote control? IS THIS POSSIBLE? Forum Is it possible to control a remote PC with a tablet over Wifi? Forum Asus P8P67 CPU Fan Control Mode / Voltage Instead of PWM Possible ? Forum SolvedDeciding on a new CPU, possibly build a new PC Forum General: Cooling for gaming PC, possible fan controller or other options. Forum Turn on PC via remote control? IS THIS POSSIBLE? Forum SolvedPC Instantly Turns off randomly - Possibly CPU Forum Possible busted CPU memory controller Forum Is it possible to run win7 on a pc with 1GB of RAM and intel(R) cpu 2140 @ 1.60 Forum Is it possible to run win7 on a pc with 512MB of RAM and intel(R) CPU 2140 @1 60 Forum Brand new self built pc has major framerate issues, possibly cpu issue Forum More resources Read discussions in other Motherboards categories BIOS Boot Chipsets ASRock Asus Chaintech DFI Elitegroup FIC Foxconn Gigabyte Intel MSI-Microstar !