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masahub. net ASUS ThunderboltEX 4 with Intel Thunderbolt 4 JHL 8540 Controller 2 USB Type-C Ports; bi-directional bandwidth up to 40Gb/s; DisplayPort 1.4 support; Up to 100W fast charging. to grandpa
masahub. net ASUS ThunderboltEX 4 with Intel Thunderbolt 4 JHL 8540 Controller 2 USB Type-C Ports; bi-directional bandwidth up to 40Gb/s; DisplayPort 1.4 support; Up to 100W fast charging. to grandpa
masahub. net ASUS ThunderboltEX 4 with Intel Thunderbolt 4 JHL 8540 Controller 2 USB Type-C Ports; bi-directional bandwidth up to 40Gb/s; DisplayPort 1.4 support; Up to 100W fast charging. to grandpa
masahub. net ASUS ThunderboltEX 4 with Intel Thunderbolt 4 JHL 8540 Controller 2 USB Type-C Ports; bi-directional bandwidth up to 40Gb/s; DisplayPort 1.4 support; Up to 100W fast charging. to grandpa
masahub. net ASUS ThunderboltEX 4 with Intel Thunderbolt 4 JHL 8540 Controller 2 USB Type-C Ports; bi-directional bandwidth up to 40Gb/s; DisplayPort 1.4 support; Up to 100W fast charging. to grandpa
masahub. net ASUS ThunderboltEX 4 with Intel Thunderbolt 4 JHL 8540 Controller 2 USB Type-C Ports; bi-directional bandwidth up to 40Gb/s; DisplayPort 1.4 support; Up to 100W fast charging. to grandpa
masahub. net ASUS ThunderboltEX 4 with Intel Thunderbolt 4 JHL 8540 Controller 2 USB Type-C Ports; bi-directional bandwidth up to 40Gb/s; DisplayPort 1.4 support; Up to 100W fast charging. to grandpa

masahub. net ASUS ThunderboltEX 4 with Intel Thunderbolt 4 JHL 8540 Controller 2 USB Type-C Ports; bi-directional bandwidth up to 40Gb/s; DisplayPort 1.4 support; Up to 100W fast charging. to grandpa

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      DisplayPort 1.4: support up masahub. net to 8K resolution monitors2. Ultrafast masahub. net connectivity: Two Type-C masahub. net ports with USB 4 support, up to masahub. net 40Gb/s bi-directional bandwidth, per masahub. net port allows you to connect masahub. net up to five Thunderbolt-enabled devices in a masahub. net daisy-chain configuration masahub. net using Thunderbolt cables.Now that the expansion card masahub. net has masahub. net been running seamlessly for a masahub. net few masahub. net days masahub. net and masahub. net my blood pressure has returned to normal, I can say masahub. net with confidence the hardware is great. masahub. net It masahub. net does exactly what it masahub. net says it should--adds masahub. net thunderbolt accessibility to my build.Physical masahub. net installation was comparatively masahub. net easy as well. Getting it into the masahub. net PCIe masahub. net slot was not as easy as I'd hoped (while leaving the motherboard in the case), but I got everything connected easily enough according to the instructions.Getting it running, on the other masahub. net hand, was another matter. There's a CD/DVD to masahub. net install the masahub. net drivers masahub. net that works well enough, but masahub. net once you've done that masahub. net and the card doesn't masahub. net work or you masahub. net don't have full operation, as masahub. net the computer is wont to alert you, the internet search begins. masahub. net Is it the drivers masahub. net Is it masahub. net some incompatible software Is it out-of-date masahub. net software masahub. net on the hardware you're trying to install Is my masahub. net thunderbolt cord upside downUltimately, the cause (at least, the primary cause) masahub. net was a masahub. net need to ENABLE masahub. net thunderbolt in the BIOS. It didn't help that, even after determining this masahub. net fix I masahub. net had masahub. net to unbury masahub. net this option to ENABLE it. Nowhere masahub. net is masahub. net this masahub. net mentioned in masahub. net the masahub. net instructions. I didn't find the solution until I located masahub. net installation masahub. net instructions for the hardware I was using with the thunderbolt masahub. net port. A huge, huge, unimaginably masahub. net huge and critical oversight in masahub. net a fairly simple set of instructions that masahub. net cost me hours to figure out.So yes, great hardware, masahub. net awful instructions. masahub. net If you do masahub. net decide to install, be sure to get into the BIOS after masahub. net connecting to your motherboard and masahub. net do a search for THUNDERBOLT, then enable masahub. net it. Otherwise you'll masahub. net spend more masahub. net time than you should going down one rabbit hole after another to masahub. net diagnose and correct a masahub. net problem, and masahub. net potentially masahub. net making it worse.I wanted to install this in masahub. net my new PC build. I installed it into masahub. net an Asus Z590-P masahub. net motherboard along with a PNY Quadro P620 masahub. net graphics card. Two questions I couldn't get answered masahub. net before buying and installing that masahub. net I have now confirmed: (This may be different masahub. net for you if you're using a different output masahub. net type, daisy chaining, etc. My main goal was to masahub. net have a single cable to masahub. net unplug from masahub. net my masahub. net work laptop and plug into my new PC tower - masahub. net sharing two masahub. net DP monitors masahub. net and some USB peripherals.)1. In my case I had to connect a mini DP masahub. net cable masahub. net from the graphics card out to the TB masahub. net card masahub. net in for EACH of my two displays - so two 'jumper' cables total2. The single masahub. net TB masahub. net host connection powers both of my displays via masahub. net my Kensington Thunderbolt dockI masahub. net love it!Quick charge solution: up to 100W masahub. net quick masahub. net charge1. masahub. net Intel Thunderbolt 4 JHL 8540 controllerThis card seems to work fine, but you masahub. net need to masahub. net be aware of some issues it masahub. net has. Specifically masahub. net around sleep mode. I use masahub. net this masahub. net card so I can have a single USB-C masahub. net cable run from masahub. net my computer masahub. net to my desk. So masahub. net my wiring is masahub. net that I run my video card masahub. net output into this card and then the USB-C masahub. net cable from masahub. net this card up masahub. net to my masahub. net desk and into masahub. net a masahub. net small travel masahub. net hub From here I plug my HDMI monitor and keyboard/mouse into the masahub. net hub.Everything DOES work. But masahub. net here are the two issues. When first booting, you can't access the BIOS in this configuration. You see, the card seems masahub. net to take forever masahub. net to initialize. So by the time it's initialized and working/responding to masahub. net USB input, Windows is already booted up. The second issue is waking from sleep. That same initialization delay applies. So masahub. net when masahub. net I wake masahub. net the computer from sleep masahub. net (either with the power button masahub. net or masahub. net smacking the keyboard masahub. net a few times) it's a solid masahub. net 30 seconds before I can use the computer. During that time I can see the monitor flicker masahub. net in and masahub. net out and masahub. net the lights on the keyboard/mouse flicker on and off a masahub. net few times.Again, masahub. net once it's masahub. net fully booted or fully awake from masahub. net sleep it works great. Just know when you wake masahub. net your computer up you might masahub. net as well go get a cup of masahub. net coffee while you wait for it masahub. net if masahub. net you use this to connect everything with masahub. net a single cable.I finally got this working after two months of anguish. As masahub. net others have commented, the hardware works with masahub. net its quirks.I have masahub. net an Asus masahub. net D4 Prime mobo which masahub. net is advertised to work masahub. net with this card. When i attempted to install drivers my system returned masahub. net an installation error that the drivers were masahub. net incompatible. The card registered masahub. net "Error Code 43". When masahub. net i looked masahub. net at the masahub. net system masahub. net log, it masahub. net referenced drivers needing further installation. masahub. net Strangely, masahub. net i masahub. net was masahub. net still masahub. net able to power my tablet and masahub. net do data transfers masahub. net so masahub. net i knew the hardware was masahub. net good.I was masahub. net just about ready to remove this from masahub. net my computer, when masahub. net i realized masahub. net that i used a cable splitter to masahub. net hook this up that was insufficient to power the card (duh!). After i masahub. net put masahub. net this masahub. net on masahub. net its own masahub. net line it works flawlessly and masahub. net my TB masahub. net interface has durable connectivty masahub. net to my PC.Each TB line uses 100w. Make sure you have masahub. net sufficient headroom masahub. net if you experience connectivity masahub. net issues.
      ASUS ThunderboltEX 4 with Intel Thunderbolt 4 JHL 8540 Controller, 2 USB Type-C Ports, up to 40Gb/s bi-Directional Bandwidth, DisplayPort 1.4 Support, up to 100W Quick Charge.1. Intel Thunderbolt masahub. net 4 JHL masahub. net 8540 controller2. Ultrafast connectivity: Two Type-C ports masahub. net with USB 4 support, up to 40Gb/s bi-directional masahub. net bandwidth, per port allows you to connect up to five Thunderbolt-enabled devices masahub. net in a masahub. net daisy-chain configuration masahub. net using Thunderbolt cables.DisplayPort 1.4: masahub. net support masahub. net up masahub. net to 8K resolution masahub. net monitorsQuick charge solution: up to 100W quick masahub. net charge

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Buyer's experience:
      1: I finally got this working after two months of anguish. As others have commented, the hardware works with its quirks.I have an Asus D4 Prime mobo which is advertised to work with this card. When i attempted to install drivers my system returned an installation error that the drivers were incompatible. The card registered "Error Code 43". When i looked at the system log, it referenced drivers needing further installation. Strangely, i was still able to power my tablet and do data transfers so i knew the hardware was good.I was just about ready to remove this from my computer, when i realized that i used a cable splitter to hook this up that was insufficient to power the card (duh!). After i put this on its own line it works flawlessly and my TB interface has durable connectivty to my PC.Each TB line uses 100w. Make sure you have sufficient headroom if you experience connectivity issues.
      2: Now that the expansion card has been running seamlessly for a few days and my blood pressure has returned to normal, I can say with confidence the hardware is great. It does exactly what it says it should--adds thunderbolt accessibility to my build.Physical installation was comparatively easy as well. Getting it into the PCIe slot was not as easy as I'd hoped (while leaving the motherboard in the case), but I got everything connected easily enough according to the instructions.Getting it running, on the other hand, was another matter. There's a CD/DVD to install the drivers that works well enough, but once you've done that and the card doesn't work or you don't have full operation, as the computer is wont to alert you, the internet search begins. Is it the drivers Is it some incompatible software Is it out-of-date software on the hardware you're trying to install Is my thunderbolt cord upside downUltimately, the cause (at least, the primary cause) was a need to ENABLE thunderbolt in the BIOS. It didn't help that, even after determining this fix I had to unbury this option to ENABLE it. Nowhere is this mentioned in the instructions. I didn't find the solution until I located installation instructions for the hardware I was using with the thunderbolt port. A huge, huge, unimaginably huge and critical oversight in a fairly simple set of instructions that cost me hours to figure out.So yes, great hardware, awful instructions. If you do decide to install, be sure to get into the BIOS after connecting to your motherboard and do a search for THUNDERBOLT, then enable it. Otherwise you'll spend more time than you should going down one rabbit hole after another to diagnose and correct a problem, and potentially making it worse.
      3: This card seems to work fine, but you need to be aware of some issues it has. Specifically around sleep mode. I use this card so I can have a single USB-C cable run from my computer to my desk. So my wiring is that I run my video card output into this card and then the USB-C cable from this card up to my desk and into a small travel hub From here I plug my HDMI monitor and keyboard/mouse into the hub.Everything DOES work. But here are the two issues. When first booting, you can't access the BIOS in this configuration. You see, the card seems to take forever to initialize. So by the time it's initialized and working/responding to USB input, Windows is already booted up. The second issue is waking from sleep. That same initialization delay applies. So when I wake the computer from sleep (either with the power button or smacking the keyboard a few times) it's a solid 30 seconds before I can use the computer. During that time I can see the monitor flicker in and out and the lights on the keyboard/mouse flicker on and off a few times.Again, once it's fully booted or fully awake from sleep it works great. Just know when you wake your computer up you might as well go get a cup of coffee while you wait for it if you use this to connect everything with a single cable.
      4: I wanted to install this in my new PC build. I installed it into an Asus Z590-P motherboard along with a PNY Quadro P620 graphics card. Two questions I couldn't get answered before buying and installing that I have now confirmed: (This may be different for you if you're using a different output type, daisy chaining, etc. My main goal was to have a single cable to unplug from my work laptop and plug into my new PC tower - sharing two DP monitors and some USB peripherals.)1. In my case I had to connect a mini DP cable from the graphics card out to the TB card in for EACH of my two displays - so two 'jumper' cables total2. The single TB host connection powers both of my displays via my Kensington Thunderbolt dockI love it!

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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00