Good, stable Thunderbolt PCIe Card?
I'm looking to switch from a PCIe/D-Sub-based Lynx Aurora to a Thunderbolt-based UA Apollo 16 (in part because of the free Octo satellite promotion, since I had been eyeing it anyhow).
However, my PC, while new, does not have a Thunderbolt port. It has the USB-C (I think that's what it's called, not at PC now), but my understanding is that it definitely is not and cannot be used as a Thunderbolt.
So, it looks like I'll need a Thunderbolt port (via PCIe card). Given the money I'm spending, and the value I place on stability above all else, I turn to my friends here for advice!
MOBO is a Core I7 HW-E X99A, Processor is Core i7-6850k 3.6GHz, 6 core, 15 mg cache.
Windows 10 Pro, SSD OS, Audio, and Sample drives, plus two older spinners from a previous machine that are largely unused.
Oh, and the case (since it has the ports...) is a Fractal Design Define R4 System Cabinet.
No idea if this is too much info or not enough.
It's all about stability for me; to that end, price is (almost) irrelevant.
Any advice would be appreciated!
Recording stuff. Mixing, too. Sometimes mastering.