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This area is typically called the I/O panel, as shown above, and consists of a handful of connectors that are grouped together for audio output, peripheral input, networking, and so on.
Typically, motherboards include three types of video output to cover the huge assortment of monitors and technologies spanning the last ten years.
This port handles analog video only, and is the oldest video output of the trio.
Digital Video Interface (DVI): This port is typically yellow and rectangular, and shoves all pin seats to the right.
High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI): The most common video output on the mainstream market.