When you look at the ATX backplate you realise how much is onboard with this unit. At far left we have the normal keyboard and mouse ports, next to those are the normal USB ports but notice the RJ45 connector above them. This is of course for the 10/100Mb Ethernet built into the chipset. Continuing right we have COM1 and the pink parallel port, but next to COM1 is the blue female SVGA connector for the onboard GF2MX-based video.
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