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How many Thunderbolt devices can I attach?

One of the great features with Thunderbolt technology is the ability to daisy-chain up to 6 high-performance devices.

Please note that only 2 display devices can be used within the 6 Thunderbolt device daisy chain. Additionally, any device with only one Thunderbolt port must be the last device in the daisy-chain.


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Article ID: 76 Article Created: 03-27-2012 14:17 PMLast Modified: 05-01-2014 17:36 PM

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