The RT2500 Card Up Close And Personal
RT2500 Card: Front View
The RT2500 has a D-sub port for the breakout box (explanation later) and two IEEE1394b/FireWire ports on the front bracket. There is also a VIP connector to transfer the video signal, provided that the graphics adapter supports this feature.
RT2500 Card: Rear View
The back of the RT2500 sports additional chips to manage the RAM and for FireWire.
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