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Thunderbolt 3 Bridge Board- PCIe 3 Gen 3 x4 extender

Thunderbolt 3 Bridge Board- PCIe 3 Gen 3 x4 extender

Single-unit price: $175.40 + shipping

Campaign scheduled end date: Sun, 17 Jun 2018 17:16:00 PDT

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Backers: 5

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Target: 5

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Funded: 6

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Product Details


Thunderbolt 3 Bridge Board- PCIe 3 Gen 3 x4 extender

Brand / Manufacturer

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Manufacturer Part #


Product Description

Intel Thunderbolt 3 40Gbps
Input Voltage : 12V
PCIe Gen. 3 x4 slot x1
Type C port x2
Display port x1
Power-Delivery Supported
Thunderbolt 3 certified
Windows 7/8/10 and MacOS certified

Good for any PCIe cards

Thunderbolt 3 Bridge Board Example

Specifications and Information

  • Intel Thunderbolt 3 40Gbps
  • Thunderbolt Ports
    • 2
  • Thunderbolt 3 certified
  • PCIe Gen. 3 x4 slot x1
  • Compatible with any PCIe Card
  • Type C port x2
  • Display port x1
  • Operating System Compatibility
    • Mac OS
    • Windows 7/8/10
  • Thunderbolt Bridging, Intel
    • DSL6540
  • Interface
    • Thunderbolt3 x2; DP x1; PCIe slot Gen.3 x4
  • Power Delivery
    • Yes
  • Dimensions
    • 100 x 50mm
  • Weight
    • 0.2 Kilograms
    • .44 Pounds

Electrical and Operating Requirements

  • Input voltage
    • DC 12V
  • Input Current
    • 3A
  • Operating Temperature
    • 50° to 95° F (10° to 35° C)
  • Storage Temperature
    • -4° to 116° F (-20° to 47° C)
  • Relative Humidity
    • 5% to 95%, Non-condensing


Why GroupGets?

This board is extremely helpful for Thunderbolt 3 device development and is used by both Intel and Apple. Even if you are not a developer, you still can get high speed transfer rates by adding any external PCIe cards to your laptop or PC's Thunderbolt port with this board.

Purchase Information

Unit Deliverable

one Thunderbolt 3 bridge board

Unit Price


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Campaign funded, scheduled end date: Sun, 17 Jun 2018 17:16:00 PDT

Factory Lead Time

3 weeks Days

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    I have just created the GroupGet for Thunderbolt 3 Bridge Board- PCIe 3 Gen 3 x4 extender!

    Post last edited: about 3 years ago

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    Is there a datasheet available for this? If not what is the pinout for supplying external power?

  • 9zi7mnmg normal

    @will We have added a picture with what the pins do to the campaign description.

  • 9zi7mnmg normal

    @all, looks like this hit the 5 target last night and then someone backed out. That said, the campaign is not funded at this point and we've put a 30 day limit on it to keep it going. All we need is one more backer and we'll end it 5 days after that (per our standard closure policy post funding success).

  • 9zi7mnmg normal

    This campaign is still live, it closed before it was supposed to but that is now fixed.

  • 9zi7mnmg normal

    I think that these are shipping from stock but I'll verify. We have sent the payment to the mfr.

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