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Multiple monitors to HD Graphict 4600 via HDMI

STsve
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Hi,

 

I have HP Probook 450 g1, no discret GPU, only i7-4702MQ and HD Graphics 4600. I need to connect 3 monitors via HDMI(because this protocol most comfortable for me) with different images, but I have only one HDMI port.

 

How I can do this?

 

Does my hardware allow to connect 3 monitors via one HDMI?

 

As I know, I need HDMI splitter. I read theme /thread/47756 47756, when kevin_intel recommend using external monitors without adapters and I understand the risk of incompatibility my hardware and external adapters.
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Amy_C_Intel
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Hello sst773,

In this case according to your hardware specifications,http://www.hp.com/hpinfo/newsroom/press_kits/2013/CommercialPPSFall2013/HPProbook450G1NotebookPC_dat... http://www.hp.com/hpinfo/newsroom/press_kits/2013/CommercialPPSFall2013/HPProbook450G1NotebookPC_dat..., it will allow you to have two display configurations that can be either the built in LCD and the HDMI connection or built in LCD and the VGA connection.

For further information you can check the following link http://www.intel.com/support/graphics/sb/CS-033714.htm Graphics Drivers — Configuration 3-Displays FAQ

Regards,

Amy.

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