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Yes, Compiz will run with all effects in XFCE. You will need to manually start compiz once XFCE starts up, and use ccsm to configure everything; as XFCE doesn't have any built-in support for those functions.
You would need to be running capable video card drivers (such as the official NVidia drivers) and have a properly configured xorg.conf file. Then it is simply a matter of starting Compiz and the GTK decorator:
The easiest way is to put the following lines in a script, and add it to XFCE's autostart list: