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Topic # 201482 20-Aug-2016 12:40
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 Im seeing it a lot on Asus notebooks with 6700q notebooks.


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  Reply # 1614806 20-Aug-2016 12:44
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No

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  Reply # 1614810 20-Aug-2016 12:51
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Nope no way

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1614826 20-Aug-2016 14:19
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Thunderbolt 3 uses the USB Type-C port, in the same way that Thunderbolt 1 and 2 used the Mini DisplayPort. Not every Mini DisplayPort or USB Type-C port is a Thunderbolt port, but some are.


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  Reply # 1615046 21-Aug-2016 12:02
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Isn't Thunderbolt proprietary to Apple?






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  Reply # 1615047 21-Aug-2016 12:04
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Geektastic:

 

Isn't Thunderbolt proprietary to Apple?

 

 

 

 

nope it's actually a intel product





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  Reply # 1615058 21-Aug-2016 12:26
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I believe that Apple was first to use it, but as noted it's Intel. I've seen it on Lenovo machines.




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  Reply # 1615210 21-Aug-2016 18:52
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so how do you tell if a machines usb 3.1 type C is thunderbolt?


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  Reply # 1615212 21-Aug-2016 18:58
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Mr Wiki tends to indicate skylate + chipset controller in specs of..

 

 

Intel offers three versions of the controller:[55]

 

  • one "DP" version that uses a PCIe 3.0 ×4 link to provide two Thunderbolt 3 ports (DSL6540)
  • one "SP" version that uses a PCIe 3.0 ×4 link to provide one Thunderbolt 3 port (DSL6340)
  • an "LP" (Low Power) version that uses a PCIe 3.0 ×2 link to provide one Thunderbolt 3 port (JHL6240).

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  Reply # 1615213 21-Aug-2016 18:59
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TeaLeaf:

 

so how do you tell if a machines usb 3.1 type C is thunderbolt?

 

 

In my experience there will usually be an icon of a lightning bolt next to it.


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  Reply # 1615214 21-Aug-2016 19:00
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so how do you tell if a machines usb 3.1 type C is thunderbolt?

 

 

It might have the thunderbolt logo next to the port, rather than the USB logo, otherwise you'd have to read the specs of the machine. Here's a page with some example photos - random choice from Google.


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  Reply # 1615217 21-Aug-2016 19:05
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read the manual/specs?

 

 


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