Don’t expect to charge-and-play with this port. The GPU alone can draw more than the current USB-C maximum of 240W. (See Razer’s beefy power socket on the left?) But do expect loads of bandwidth for monitors and peripherals.
Correction: Replaced image with an accurate one from Intel's booth. Razer originally told us the left USB-C port was TBT5 as well.
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