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.
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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