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By PURPLELEC | 13 December 2023 | 0 Comments

What is the Thunderbolt 4 interface used for?

  Thunderbolt 4 is a high-speed, multi-functional, universal connection standard developed by Intel that uses a USB-C shaped connector and is compatible with USB4. Thunderbolt 4 can provide powerful charging, data transfer and video signal functions through a single cable, supporting daisy chain connection of up to five devices, including docking stations, hubs, external PCIe devices, external graphics cards and up to two 4K monitors.
Thunderbolt 4 interface
  In theory, the Thunderbolt 4 interface is more than 8 times faster than USB 3. It supports high-bandwidth data and video transmission and can dynamically allocate a total bandwidth of 40Gbps. This means that Thunderbolt 4 can quickly move large amounts of files, such as videos, photos or games. Data can also support high-definition and high-frame-rate video display.
  Thunderbolt interface 4 supports multiple display options and can support up to two 4K 60Hz monitors or one 8K 60Hz monitor through a single connection. This allows for a wider field of view, more detailed pictures, and smoother animation effects. Very intuitively, you can feel the huge improvement in the speed of the Thunderbolt 4 interface.

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