PowerColor has designed their card in a way that if it's used in a full-height slot you get an additional VGA port. If you use the low-profile bracket you can easily remove the VGA cable.
The card requires two slots in your system, and it is certainly a good idea to have a few cm of extra space for air to get sucked in.
On the card you find one DVI port, one full size HDMI port and one detachable VGA port. The HDMI interface includes a 7.1 channel audio signal that is generated by an HD audio device integrated in the GPU. Unlike NVIDIA cards which limit you to two active outputs at the same time, you may use all three outputs at the same time on ATI's latest cards.
A CrossFire connector is not present on the card and doesn't really make much sense. Still, if you want to run a CrossFire setup with two of these cards, it is possible and all data will be transferred via the PCI-Express bus.
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