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Please could someone explain what they mean by the profile of a card - when referred to as a low profile card?
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It's a "small" or "short" card, but with the same connectors, for when space inside the system is limited (as opposed to a "full length" card).

The server spec. should describe the number of full length and low profile slots available, e.g. http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/13770_div/13770_div.PDF
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