The new Thunderbolt 5 technology will be able to support multiple 8K displays, along with refresh rates of up to 540Hz, and twice the bandwidth for external SSDs when it launches in 2024.
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Intel's 6.0GHz Core i9-14900K snatches the crown back from AMD's 7950X3D
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Intel is releasing Thunderbolt 5 technology which will succeed the current Thunderbolt 4. The new standard promises speeds of up to 120Gbps, 240W charging, 64Gbps PCIe support, and more.
External SSDs are quite popular today as they provide a good blend of size and portability. In case you are someone who wants the absolute fastest, check these Thunderbolt SSDs from SanDisk, Sabrent.
An image of a purported storefront listing of Microsoft's upcoming Surface Pro 8 has leaked online. Apparently, the device will pack a 13-inch 120Hz display and support for Thunderbolt.
ADATA has announced today a couple of its super-fast upcoming products at its Xtreme Innovation event. The company unveiled its new SE920 USB4 external SSD and new XPG DDR5 capable of 12,600MT/s.
AMD has announced the most powerful GPU it has ever created with its new Radeon PRO W6800X Duo dual-Navi chip. The card packs 120 CUs or 7,680 Stream Processors and is available for the Apple Mac Pro.
The next-gen Thunderbolt 5 specification has apparently leaked. The new interface could be doubling the throughput up to 80Gbps compared to 40 on the current gen, and will continue to use USB-C.
According to internal documents, Apple is actively investigating an issue where "pink squares" appear on the display when the M1 Mac mini is connected to it via HDMI rather than Thunderbolt.
Microsoft has added a new known issue for its latest versions of Windows 10, which presents an error when connecting a Thunderbolt SSD. Affected users are being blocked from upgrading.
Earlier this week with the Patch Tuesday updates, Microsoft fixed an issue in Windows 10 version 2004 that has to do with Thunderbolt docks. The firm is removing the compatibility hold.
While Apple is expected to ditch Intel processors for its in-house ARM chips, the company confirmed that it will still continue to support "the future of Thunderbolt" in Macs with Apple Silicon.
With Thunderbolt 3 being released for USB 4.0, Intel today announced Thunderbolt 4. The new technology will be integrated into its upcoming 11th-gen 'Tiger Lake' series of processors.
'Thunderspy' affects devices Thunderbolt-enabled devices manufactured before 2019. Within five minutes, a locked and encrypted device can be hacked into, and then the data can be accessed.
Samsung has announced that it has developed the first curved display with Thunderbolt 3 connectivity. The company will be showing off the 34-inch monitor at the upcoming CES 2018 conference.
Today we take a look at HP's latest hybrid, the Elite x2. A combination laptop and tablet with Thunderbolt and integrated kickstand, let's see how the device stacks up against its competition.
With its current Thunderbolt Display heading for the sunset after five years on the market, Apple is reportedly developing a new model with an embedded GPU which could enable 5K resolutions.
With the proven success of the Microsoft Surface Pro, other vendors are now coming out with their interpretations of a hybrid laptop/tablet. Dell gave us the XPS 12 and we show you how it stacks up.
The rumors of Apple announcing a new 5K Thunderbolt Display at its WWDC developer conference this month. According to a report, the firm is to focus on software at its keynote this year.
Due to reports of a low supply at Apple Stores, speculation has grown to support the theory that Apple may be working on a new Thunderbolt display. The previous model was released in 2011.
We take a look at Dell's latest offering, the XPS 12, and see how it compares to Microsoft's Surface Pro line. Can this be a replacement at home or in the enterprise, or should you look elsewhere?
Acer has announced a mobile dock that houses an external mobile GPU dock that is powered through Thunderbolt 3 that provides discrete graphics powerhouse in a slim ultraportable form factor computer.
Dell takes the wraps off of three of its new portable Latitude computing devices with an impressive lightweight ultrabook and a pair of comparable 2-in-1 PCs.
Despite having an external graphics amplifier, Alienware laptops are to gain Thunderbolt 3 ports and improved displays. Despite the upgrades, these models do not include Skylake processors.
Every gamer's dream of being able to play all the latest games at the highest settings on the thinnest and lightest of laptops might soon become a reality with external Thunderbolt graphics docks.
The fastest interface speed available to consumers meets the successor of the most familiar connector as Intel introduces Thunderbolt 3 with double the speed of Thunderbolt 2 paired with USB Type-C.
A update to the DisplayPort standard was announced today. DisplayPort 1.3 will allow bandwidth up to 32.4 Gbits/second and connections to much higher resolution displays and multi-monitor setups.
Microsoft's brand new Surface Pro 3 has gotten an upgrade in the power department and it's worth a closer look if you have previously experienced the turmoil of the last generation power connectors.
Microsoft's Surface team recently conducted an AMA on Reddit regarding the Surface Pro 3 and one of the answers has hinted towards the inclusion of a Thunderbolt port in place of an AC connector.
A new report claims to have information about what Intel has planned for Thunderbolt 3, the next version of its data and video port hardware technology, with claims of up to 40Gbps transfer speeds.
Acer, the first Windows hardware company to put in Thunderbolt ports in its PC products, has decided to dump the Intel developed technology in favor of USB 3.0.
It's not exactly a shock, but Intel is now officially calling the next major hardware update for its Thunderbolt PC data and video port technology Thunderbolt 2, which will offer 20 Gbps of data speed
Intel has revealed that it will launch a new version of its Thunderbolt technology in 2014, which will offer 20 Gbps of throughput speed, which is double what the current Thunderbolt tech offers.
With most Thunderbolt-enabled products available being storage-related, we wanted to see what the new Gigabyte Z77X-UP5 TH board and its dual Thunderbolt ports had to offer in terms of performance.
First announced at CES 2012 in January, Acer will finally launch the Aspire S5 Ultrabook in the US in late June, which it claims is the world's thinnest notebook at just .44 inches at its thinnest.
It's looking like Windows support for Intel's fast Thunderbolt data port technology might debut later this month when Intel launches its Ivy Bridge series of CPUs.
Want the most rugged hardware on the block? ioSafe makes water/fireproof drives that can protect your data from a house burning down. It can also survive a lightning bolt, and we got to watch at CES.
A patent application filed by Apple last year and published recently indicates that the company may be planning to implement Intel's new Thunderbolt cable technology in future iOS devices.
Thunderbolt, the superfast data and video port developed by Intel, may finally appear on Windows-based PCs starting in April 2012 after first appearing on Apple PCs.
The fast Thunderbolt port, which was introduced earlier this year in Apple's MacBook notebook, will make its Windows PC debut in 2012 in products made by Acer and Asus.
Apparently, Apple's newest MacBook Air has a smaller, cheaper Thunderbolt controller to power the single Thunderbolt port. The chip is dubbed Eagle Ridge, according to AnandTech and has a part number of L123TA46. The regular...