17.09.2021

Gc Alpine Ridge 20 No Controller Driver Version

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Intel's upcoming Thunderbolt host controller, codenamed 'Alpine Ridge,' could allow you to play God with several uncompressed Ultra HD video streams during production, if its leaked specifications hold up. The controller leverages PCI-Express gen 3.0 to double bandwidth of the interface. It will launch around the same time as Intel's next-generation Core 'Skylake' processors (some time in 2015), and in a typical implementation, will be wired to the CPU's root-complex, and not that of the PCH. With PCIe 3.0 x4 or PCIe 3.0 x2 links at its disposal, the controller can push data at a staggering 40 Gbps. The link can also ferry DisplayPort, HDMI 2.0, and USB 3.0 data through its link layer. That bandwidth should enable you to plug in up to two Ultra HD displays, apart from your storage array.
The Thunderbolt connector itself will undergo a change with the arrival of Alpine Ridge. It will be slimmer (shorter) than the current connector, at 3 mm (good for Ultrabooks), and there will be adapters for backwards compatibility with older-generation Thunderbolt devices. The connector will be designed to supply up to 100W of power, so Ultrabooks based on it will do away with round DC jacks, and charge up much like tablets and smartphones do. That amount of power should also enable single-cable HDD docks and RAID boxes. There will be two main variants of Alpine Ridge, one that supports two ports over daisy-chaining, and one that supports just a single port. Source: VR-Zone

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Sadly the chipset is ASMEDIA and not ALPINE RIDGE. I will only be connecting a Focusrite Clarett 8 pre to it and no Daisy chaining devices. Realistically are my chances of this thing working likely? Focusrite are currently beta testing Windows drivers. Are Focusrite a company that Microsoft are in conversation with? The first card I used is the Gigabyte GC-Alpine-Ridge Thunderbolt 3 add-in card for Thunderbolt 3 monitor output test. This AIC when paired with an eGPU inside the Node Duo would make it possible to power a Thunderbolt 3 monitor such as the LG UltraFine 5K display.

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Today Intel is announcing the Intel Thunderbolt 3 controller JHL7x40 series, code named Titan Ridge. Comprised of three controllers, the JHL7x40 series is a compatible extension of the current line of Intel JHL6x40 Thunderbolt 3 controllers, code named Alpine Ridge. The JHL7540 and 7340 controllers provide computer makers the same Thunderbolt 3 40Gb/s performance and feature set as Alpine Ridge, and also adds DisplayPort 1.4 capability for increased video performance.
The JHL7440 controller was specifically designed for Thunderbolt 3 monitor and enterprise dock makers who choose to offer basic compatibility when a Thunderbolt 3 monitor or dock is connected to a USB-C computer port. To accomplish this, the JHL7440 controller integrates USB-C computer port compatibility so a Thunderbolt 3 monitor or dock can intelligently provide more performance and features when connected to a Thunderbolt 3 computer port, and basic compatibility when the Thunderbolt 3 monitor or dock is connected to a USB-C computer port. Additionally, as with the other controllers in the JHL7x40 series, the JHL7440 supports DisplayPort 1.4.The Intel Thunderbolt 3 controller JHL7x40 series is backward compatible with earlier Thunderbolt computers, cables, and peripherals. Intel is working with the industry to bring JHL7540, JHL7340, and JHL7440 controller based products to market in 2018.
JHL7540 and JHL7340 features for computer makers
  • 40Gb/s and PCIe Gen 3 (same as JHL6x40 series)
  • Support for DisplayPort 1.4
JHL7440 features for peripheral device makers
  • 40Gb/s and PCIe Gen 3 (same as JHL6x40 series)
  • Support for DisplayPort 1.4
  • USB-C computer port compatibility (optional)
Revolutionary Single-Cable Monitors
Starting in 2018 a number of leading monitor makers will offer business professionals, gamers, and consumers Thunderbolt 3 monitors based on the JHL7440 controller.
By connecting a monitor and notebook with one Thunderbolt 3 cable, business professionals can increase productivity without extensive cabling. They may charge their notebook directly from the monitor, eliminating the need for an additional power supply. Since Thunderbolt 3 video bandwidth is up to four times more than HDMI, professionals can better visualize complex information and lessen eye strain by selecting monitors with the highest resolution and refresh rate. Also, users can daisy chain an additional 4K monitor - allowing easy set-up of two monitors. For data intensive environments, users will experience industry leading performance - at 40Gb/s, Thunderbolt 3 monitors offer data rates up to 8x faster than USB 3.0 for connecting the latest Thunderbolt 3 and USB devices.
For gamers who demand a highly immersive experience - Thunderbolt 3 monitors can offer the performance and features that transport gamers to another world. Gamers can connect one or daisy chain two Thunderbolt 3 monitors with 2560 x 1440 resolution at a 144Hz refresh rate, while simultaneously transferring massive game libraries between a notebook and game drive at up to 40Gb/s. Desktop gamers will appreciate comfortably connecting the latest Thunderbolt 3 and USB 3.1 peripherals to the monitor on the desk, rather than reaching down to the desktop PC on the floor.
Similar to business users and gamers, consumers can enjoy the simplicity of connecting their notebook and monitor with one Thunderbolt 3 cable for notebook charging, amazing picture quality, and basic connectivity to Thunderbolt and USB devices. A Thunderbolt 3 monitor offers users a simple way to connect fast SSDs to expand the storage capacity of a capacity limited notebook - or capture, edit, and share 4K video on YouTube with ease.
Thunderbolt 3 monitor makers may benefit by offering additional USB-C computer port compatibility. A monitor could offer the highest resolution and refresh rate possible, while simultaneously offering the most data bandwidth possible when the Thunderbolt 3 monitor is connected to a Thunderbolt 3 computer port. However, when the Thunderbolt 3 monitor is connected to a USB-C computer port the Thunderbolt 3 monitor can offer basic compatibility depending on the video, data, and power capabilities offered by the USB-C computer port.
Enterprise Docks
Thunderbolt 3 docks are widely available in the market, offering single-cable connectivity to large high-resolution monitors or multiple monitors, while simultaneously transferring large files and charging a notebook. Thunderbolt 3 docks will continue to provide the full Thunderbolt 3 experience - including the ability to connect Thunderbolt devices, every display, and the latest USB devices when the dock is connected to a Thunderbolt 3 computer port.
Gc alpine ridge 20 no controller driver version 10 However, for corporate dock deployments there may be opportunities to increase productivity, reduce costs, and future proof investments by deploying a Thunderbolt 3 dock based on the JHL7440 controller that can offer the best performance when the dock is connected to a Thunderbolt 3 computer port, and basic compatibility when the dock is connected to a USB-C computer port.
Enterprise dock makers can deploy a single Thunderbolt 3 dock for thousands of employees to streamline hardware installations and accelerate the speed of IT delivery. Mixed PC environments can be challenging for IT departments and a Thunderbolt 3 dock that offers USB-C computer port compatibility would be able to scale performance and features depending on the video, data, and power capabilities offered by the USB-C computer port.
Shared office environments continue to become more common. Both large enterprise and start-up entrepreneurs realize office space can be a large overhead expense. Mobile employees could go into any shared office area or conference room with a JHL7440-based Thunderbolt 3 dock, and gain access to a larger monitor, faster Ethernet connectivity, and keyboard/mouse regardless of the laptop they have.

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Gc Alpine Ridge 20 No Controller Driver Version Pc

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Gc Alpine Ridge 20 No Controller Driver Version Download

So the interesting part is: lets assume Thunderbolt 3 monitors become a widely spread standard (which doesn't seem as unlikely as it did a year ago).
What will GPU manufacturers do? Because I just can't see manufacturers putting Thunderbolt controllers on GPUs..
Will it finally be possible to output the GPU signal via USB on the mobo? Honestly, since we're getting rid of analogue signal anyway, I kind of expected this to be possible already in 2017..
Imagine how much would it affect case design (and cooling efficiency) if we didn't have to put the GPU in the same place we did for the past 30 years.
Back then really no one expected them to pull 300W and be almost the size of a keyboard. Not to mention using a few such monsters.