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What is low profile?

Posted on 2006-11-14
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Silly question, but what is it, when a network card is low profile, a modem is low profile?

does it mean its a very low in height?
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Yes thats exactly what it means
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thanks mate
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Not a problem,  Oh yeah usually when they refer to low profile they mean they have a bracket which will make it low profile. So most low profile things can fit in both types of machines.

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