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Does anyone know how to determine whether a motherboard has an on-board 1394 Header? Often, when I see specification for Firewire, it is talking about a connector on the back panel.

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Yes, look at the images they usually have of the motherboard. Newegg posts images where you can see the header(s). Also look at the specifications, they usually spec out the number of ports. Count the number on the backplane and subtract the total.
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Does anyone know how to determine whether a motherboard has an on-board 1394 Header? Often, when I see specification for Firewire, it is talking about a connector on the back panel.

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Search for it on newegg using the power search option.

AMD Compatible Motherboards with 1394
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...ue=749%3A22088

Intel compatible motherboards with 1394
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...ue=749%3A22087
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