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I'm sure you've noticed the small size of the PowerColor Radeon 9250 compared to most of the graphics cards to pass through out test labs. Yet, its small size gives it several advantages in typical office environments. Being half height, the Powercolor Radeon 9250 can fit into smaller non standard cases (SFF PCs, Book-Type cases, etc.) or it can even be used as the primary videocard in servers as small as a 2U.
ATI's Radeon 9250 GPU will by default support dual monitors, but because of the relatively small amount of PCB real estate, PowerColor have been forced to add the analog monitor connector via a small 15-pin ribbon cable.
It looks a bit odd when you first look at the videocard, but you'll be happy to hear that it does not degrade picture quality any. If you want to use a second analog monitor