usb c is the worst fraud connector ever! you can use it for usb 2, usb 3, usb 3.1, thunderbolt... what the heck!
i just hope pc no need a lot cable accept for power for pc and power for monitor, the rest wireless
Yuri84, 25 May 2017My main question: can one laptop/PC have only one Thunderbolt 3 port? Or can I have 2, for exa... morehttps://www.apple.com/lae/macbook-pro/specs/
The current gen of Macbook Pros with Touch Bar have 4 TB3.
Yuri84, 25 May 2017My main question: can one laptop/PC have only one Thunderbolt 3 port? Or can I have 2, for exa... morefirst of all i don't see any game needing 1080gtx for full hd gaming, 4k gaming sure..but for that isnt a desktop be better suited? and coming to the 2 thunderbolt ports..i dont see why not, but i think the bandwidth and specs will be shared..i havent dived too deeply into this, but i suppose its similar to the PCIe lanes available on a PC and its dependability on processor and mobo.
i suppose if only power draw is an issue then an externally powered hub will be better suited, either ways 100W powerdraw on a laptop battery is too much..all this just from the back of my head...will need more reading..hehe
AnonD-39937, 25 May 2017Intel is doing this because AMD got too dangerous. And if Thunderbolt 3 gets mainstream it's g... moreRyzenbolt, now 80Gbps, 400W power supply with embedded wateecooling, supports up to 4 Titan XPs while also supporting 4 4K TVs output and Gigabit Ethernet and Usb 3.1 Gen 2 transfer speeds.
AMD kind of changed the price of an extremely powerful CPU, there's no reason that they don't change the standard of transfer rates.
Haha absolutely 100% welcome, and sooner rather than later.
Intel is doing this because AMD got too dangerous. And if Thunderbolt 3 gets mainstream it's going to be a win, because AMD won't be able to incorporate it, they will need to make their own open variant like Nvidia's G-Sync and Freesync, and this will take time and money.
Yuri84, 25 May 2017My main question: can one laptop/PC have only one Thunderbolt 3 port? Or can I have 2, for exa... moreMine has two USB C-s with Thunderbolt 3 and one USB 3.1 SuperSpeed, so yeah, it is possible to have more than one Thunderbolt 3 port on the computer
AnonD-510098, 25 May 2017So Thunderbolt 3 and Type C is the same?Type-C is a form factor. TB3 is a standard that may pass through any capable port, but is right now only on the versatile Type-C.
My main question: can one laptop/PC have only one Thunderbolt 3 port? Or can I have 2, for example? It would be great to have two ports, for example, so that I could connect an external graphics card via dedicated port for maximum performance (nvidia gtx 1080 ti definitely needs a dedicated port, for example) and charge the laptop + connect all peripherals (mouse, keyboard, gamepad, storage) using a separate connector.
One port is never enough if you're a demanding user.
I got a crazy awesome idea, that just might work;
Thunderbolt 3, but on a smartphone, no, every smartphone!