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Thunderbolt 3 on Windows

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I use thunderbolt 3 on my Macbook to connect an audio interface to it but I can’t work out how to do the same on windows. Does anyone do this?

I have a new b550 motherboard which I saw had a thunderbolt 3 port on it but don’t know whether that means I can replicate how it works on my Mac, on my pc so I can connect the same audio interface to it.

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thunderbolt is thunderbolt regardless if it's MacOS or Windows. so yes, any thunderbolt 3 device would work.

Judge the product by it's own merits, not by the Company that created it.



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If that interface has a Windows driver it should work.

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