Almost all modern motherboards have a type c connector on the I/O Shield. I checked many manufacturers but they do not state how much power delivers through this tyoe c connector.
I know a normal USB2 port is allowed to delvier 500mA at 5V that is 2.5 Watts. I beleive for a USB3 type A it is 2A which means 10 Watts?
for the type C on the back of the motherboard, is it able to delvier lets say according to the spec 100 Watts, assuming a good power supply?
Is there a table for what can all these ports delvier and what are the limitations? I could not found any info gathered in one place.