No firsthand experience, but I can tell you that older PC's do not support thunderbolt cards, so you can't just throw a t-bolt card into just any PC you have. And, even if your PC supports t-bolt, you may not be able to find t-bolt drivers for the hardware devices you're looking to connect. Just make certain of both things before you buy...
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Thank you for this feedback! I'm up a creek with an older paddle it seems. Unfortunately I have a dual Xeon 3.6 machine that is loaded with PCI-Express slots but not Thunderbolt as an option. The cost that I have in this workstation would be prohibitted because I would have to brick the CPU's ($800 each), and the Mobo.