Reply 30420 of 34167, by Daniël Oosterhuis
^^ looks like "X1" is silkscreened onto the board too next to the slot in question. How do you even do that? Think about how many people must have looked at that design or its prototypes before it hit mass production.
Are those component video outs in the ATX I/O area, and a VESA flat panel connector underneath them? Never seen that before either. What a strange board.
Yeah, those are Component outputs. Underneath it, there would be a D4 Video Connector on the Japanese version of this board, it's left bare on this one. That connector is specifically used in Japan, and carries Component as well. Also, the board has no PS/2 ports in the ATX I/O, relegating a PS/2 keyboard connector to a PCI slot plate that connects to headers on the board. This board is definitely quirky.