Compared to the high-end cards on today's market the Point of View GeForce 9400 GT uses a rather compact PCB, yet it is not a low-profile design which might be important for many media PC users. The front of the card is dominated by the big passive heatsink while the back has nothing important to note other than the eight memory chips. Due to the design of the heatsink the card uses a tiny bit more than one slot. An empty slot below the card is strongly recommended to ensure enough airflow around the heatsink.
The card has one DVI port and one analog VGA connector. If you need a second VGA port you can use a DVI adapter. When using an HDMI adapter (not included), you will also have access to HDMI+HDCP+Audio, which allows easy setup of a media PC. To receive audio you will have to feed the audio signal from your motherboard to the black connector near the SLI connector.
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