After having my questions closed as off-topic on superuser.com, I'm trying my luck here:
I currently have an MSI X99S SLI Plus motherboard (5-6 years old) which I'd like to keep, but I'd like to add Thunderbolt 3 connectivity to my PC (mainly for connecting a modern low-latency audio interface).
- How can this be achieved, if it's even possible at all?
- If it is possible to use an adapter/add-on card with this motherboard (which has no TB3 connector), what are the downsides compared to a motherboard with built-in TB3 connectivity (stability/latency/driver-wise)?
Edit to make sure it's on-topic here:
I'm looking for a recommendation for a specific hardware product that will allow me to connect a TB3 external audio device to my PC, if such product exists.