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dual head video for 2008 server 64 bit PCI

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I have a Tyan S2735-8m motherboard This thing has 3.3 volt PCI-x slots and regular PCI-x video cards don't fit. I want to run two monitors with server 2008 64 bit. Any ideas?
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Full-sized or low-profile bracket? If low-profile, is this model good? It's not the best in performance by any means, but for a server that only uses the video to display admin windows, it should be fine:

http://www.matrox.com/graphics/en/products/graphics_cards/g_series/g550lppci/

It *is* supported on server 2008 x86 and x64
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