I'll have to post a picture of what I did to get mine to fit. The Diamond Stealth ATI Radeon 7000 (PCI interface) has DVI, S-video, and VGA outputs. The card itself is rather narrow, but still needed to be hacked to fit in my little case. I made a remote PCI card slot out of a riser card adapter with 80 wire ribbon cable (cut to 60 wire). Then I separated the pci slot bracket from the board, thus freeing the VGA connector from the "card". The vga connects to the Radeon 7000 via cable, so it really can be remotely located. Then, I cut a hole for the VGA connector in an open spot in the backplane. It sounds complicated because it was....... lol
Anyway, I put it on the other side of the case, horizontally, and upside down, mounted to the side of my case via standoffs. Now I can pop a hole in another open spot in my backplane for the DVI and S-Video outs. The Radeon supports dual display, and I've already had the 7" lcd and 19" desktop LCD hooked up and working together so I can have the gps on my 7", whilst Cyberlink dvd plays Full Metal Jacket via DVI out. Can't wait to get this in the Murano!