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"The Asus XG Station uses a standard PCIe x16 connector inside its case to allow any PCIe card to installed and powered. The default configuration will come with an Asus 7900 GS card though theoretically any card will work just fine. The drawbacks include approximately x1 PCIe bandwidth across the ExpressCard slot and the inability to use on notebook display when the XG station is attached. Obviously with the x1 bandwidth limitation the GPU processor power is going to be somewhat limited."
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