1. NUC12 wallstreet canyon, with 2 thunderbolt ports
2. eGPU with 1 thunderbolt port input, several DP and HDMI ports outputs
3. LG ultrafine monitor with 1 thunderbolt port , no other display ports
The best way of using an eGPU, as I know, is plugging a monitor directly on its display port, which brings minimum GPU performence loss. But, unforturnately, I found that all GPU cards, no matter Nvidia's or AMD's, have no thunderbolt/typec display port ( Yes, old products, like rtx20x0 series, have typec display ports ). And I like the ultrafine 5k monitor so much, and donnot want to replace it.
So , my question is ,
Is it possible or not, that I connect the eGPU to one of the thunderbolt port of NUC, and connect the typec monitro to another thunderbolt port of the NUC? Of course, I need the eGPU, not the NUC's core graphic chip to do the game rendering and monitor driving.
The topology: eGPU >>>> TB1 of NUC >>>> TB2 of NUC >>>> TB port monitor
I have searched on google, youtube and reddit, finding no same case.
Please forget about the performence loss and give me an experience or technical analysis.