Supermicro Super Server DSL5320 Thunderbolt 2 PCI Express Card

Supermicro AOC-TBT-DSL5320 Thunderbolt 2 Add-in-Card, PCIe 2.0 x4, Low Profile, Single Slot, 20 Gbps, for SuperServers

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Scan code: LN63410 Manufacturer code: AOC-TBT-DSL5320 Request call
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Product Overview Supermicro Thunderbolt 2 Add-in-Card for Supermicro SuperServers.

Benefits:
• Thunderbolt™2 is the fastest, most versatile connection to your PC with transfer speeds up to 20Gbps
• Thunderbolt simultaneously supports high-resolution displays and high-performance data devices through a single compact port
• Thunderbolt expands computing capability via a simple daisy-chain connection of up to six devices
• Compatible with a variety of display technologies, including DisplayPort, DVI, HDMI, and VGA using Mini DisplayPort adapters

Usage:
• Transfer an HD movie in less than 30 seconds
• Backup a year's worth of continuous mp3 playback in just over 10min
• Sync and back up all your movies, TV shows, music, and photos at blazingly fast speeds
• Edit and view video while simultaneously backing up your content over a single cable connection Features Installation:
• AOC-TBT-DSL5320 is the qualified Thunderbolt AOC that will work with Supermicro motherboards
• Plug Thunderbolt add-on card into PCIe 2.0 x4 slot from PCH
• Connect one end of GPIO cable to GPIO header JTBT1 on the motherboard and other end to the GPIO header on AOC-TBT-DSL5320
• Connect GPU card display output into the DisplayPort input connector on the Thunderbolt card
• Connect the Thunderbolt port on the AOC to the Thunderbolt device
• User may daisy chain up to 6 devices and a legacy monitor (legacy monitor must be at the end of the daisy chain); user can daisy chain one additional monitor if legacy monitor is DP 1.2; TBT devices can be connected after TBT monitor in the daisy chain

Specifications:
• Form Factor: Low-profile, single slot (3.71" length x 2.99" height)
• Chipset: DSL5320 Thunderbolt 2 controller (Falcon Ridge)
• Thunderbolt Connector: 1
• Displayport Connector: 1
• Displayport Revision: 1.2
• PCIe Connection: PCIe 2.0 x4 from PCH PCIe slot
• GPIO Connector: Needs GPIO cable to TBT GPIO header on MB (Supported on X10DAi/C/X, X10DAL and X10DRG-Q)
• Thunderbolt Bandwidth: 20 Gbps
• TBT AIC Power Consumption: 4.1W max
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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
12 months
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Supermicro Super Server DSL5320 Thunderbolt 2 PCI Express Card
Supermicro Super Server DSL5320 Thunderbolt 2 PCI Express Card