Intel's latest release, Thunderbolt™ 5, is here to revolutionize connectivity:
What's New with Thunderbolt 5?
Mind-Blowing Speed: Thunderbolt 5 delivers a whopping 80 Gbps of bi-directional bandwidth, with a potential boost to 120 Gbps. That's three times faster than existing solutions.
Universal Compatibility: Thunderbolt 5 plays well with industry standards like USB4 V2, DisplayPort 2.1, and PCI Express Gen 4, ensuring compatibility with older versions.
Why Thunderbolt 5 Matters
In a world where bandwidth demands are soaring, Thunderbolt 5 caters to content creators, gamers, and professionals. Microsoft is fully on board, ensuring Windows users can enjoy high-performance displays, storage, and connectivity.
Key Improvements Over Thunderbolt 4
Thunderbolt 5 builds on Thunderbolt 4 with:
Doubled Bandwidth: Enjoy twice the total bandwidth and up to triple the throughput for video-intensive tasks, reaching up to 120 Gbps.
Speedier Data Transfers: Double the PCI Express data throughput for faster storage and external graphics.
Enhanced Networking: Thunderbolt 5 doubles the bandwidth of Thunderbolt Networking for high-speed PC-to-PC connections.
PAM-3 Signaling Technology: New signaling tech, PAM-3, ensures these performance gains work seamlessly with today's components and cables up to 1 meter long.
In the PC Market (Starting in 2024)
Thunderbolt technology has been gaining popularity in the PC market, and Thunderbolt 5 is set to debut in 2024. It aims to simplify the PC experience while delivering high-quality performance.