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  • Dual Thunderbolt™ 2 Ports
  • 20 Gb/s Bi-directional Bandwidth
  • DisplayPort 1.2 Capable with 4K Video Throughout
  • Daisy-chain up to 12 Devices (6 devices per port)
* GC-Thunderbolt 2 add-in card availability may vary based on local distribution.
  • The Fastest Connection to Your PC Just Got Faster!
    The GC-Thunderbolt 2 offers an easy way to upgrade GIGABYTE Thunderbolt™ ready motherboards with the new and faster Thunderbolt™ 2 connectivity without having to upgrade to a whole new system.


    GC-Thunderbolt 2 card with dual Thunderbolt™ 2 ports offers:
    • Dual Thunderbolt™ 2 Ports
    • 20 Gb/s Bi-directional Bandwidth
    • DisplayPort 1.2 Capable with 4K Video Throughout
    • Daisy-chain up to 12 Devices (6 devices per port)




  • Upgrade Your Motherboard the Easy Way !
      Step 1:
    Install the Thunderbolt™ add-in card in the PCIE 2.0 x4 slot.

    Step 2:
    Connect one end of the THB_C header cable to the TB Header on the Thunderbolt™ add-in card.

    Step 3:
    Connect the other end of the cable to the THB_C header on the motherboard.
         
      Step 4:
    Use the included DisplayPort/Mini DisplayPort cable to connect your graphics card to the Thunderbolt™ add-in card.
         
      *To enable both two Thunderbolt™ ports, please connect both display port cables to the graphic card.
     
    You can find more information about Installation Guide here.
  • Compatible Models*
  • Accessories
* The entire materials provided herein are for reference only. GIGABYTE reserves the right to modify or revise the content at anytime without prior notice.
* Advertised performance is based on maximum theoretical interface values from respective Chipset vendors or organization who defined the interface specification. Actual performance may vary by system configuration.
* All trademarks and logos are the properties of their respective holders.
* Due to standard PC architecture, a certain amount of memory is reserved for system usage and therefore the actual memory size is less than the stated amount.