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There are currently no downloads available for how many mst hub/splitter to 2x display ports can I have connected?

dsl2
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AlHill
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What download would you like?

What is your device/motherboard model number?

What Operating system? What version?

What is your processor model number?

 

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dsl2
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Some how it added (There are currently no downloads available for), to the real question. What I wanted to know was how many MST hub splitters can I use with the lap top I have. ProBook 640 G2, I know it has 8 GB of RAM, i5-6300U CPU @2.40GHz 2.5GHz which I think is the video card Intel(R) HD Graphics 520 running Win 10.

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Gh0stb1t
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An MST hub will split the total bandwidth coming from video port on the laptop...

Your CPU with Intel® HD Graphics 520 supports up to 3 displays and this includes the integrated display (https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/88190/intel-core-i5-6300u-processor-3m-cache-up-to-3-00-ghz.html), so most likely you will be able to add 2 external displays in basic configurations, and I guess that is all Intel can say. The CPU is integrated into a non-Intel system and could be other OEM (HP) limitations.... Also, Intel does not support adapters, hubs, etc, they cannot test all of them on third-party systems (non-Intel laptops but HP, DELL, Acer, etc...).

 

So the best would be to check this directly with HP support (this is a question regarding a specific HP system....) Also, based on HP website, it seems to come with two graphics cards (Intel HD Graphics 520 and AMD Litho Pro AMD) https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c04910208#AbT2 Another reason why this inquiry can be (must be) answered by HP support for more accurate information.

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