Other important chips are installed on additional cards connected to the main PCB. One such card is a DVI module.
There is a SiI164CTG64 chip from Silicon Image responsible for DVI Interface support.
The next chip that needs to be mentioned is located on the player’s control card. It is a PT6351 display controller from Princeton Technology Corp.
Its functionality is limited to the player’s buttons and indicators although it might also support a 12-segment display.
An IEEE 802.11g module is connected to the main PC via a mini-PCI interface.
This module is based on two chips from Ralink: an RT2561 MAC-controller and an RT2527 RF-module.