I would like to connect triple individual monitor in my Intel NUC8i5BEH, I have connect a Hub Adapter in Thunderbolt 3 Port with one HDMI port and one VGA port, and another monitor connected to main HDMI port of the NUC, but just recognize 2 Monitors, the main HDMI port and the 2 another monitors connected in the Thunderbolt 3 Port is recognized just as 1 display and just can apply a mirror mode and no extended display.
Anybody have a solution about it? in the official documentation of Intel say that triple display it is supported for the follow models of NUC:
Intel® NUC Kits NUC8i7BEH, NUC8i7BEK, NUC8i5BEH, NUC8i5BEK, NUC8i3BEH, NUC8i3BEK and Intel NUC Mini PCs NUC8i7BEKQA, NUC8i7BEHGA, NUC8i5BEKPA, NUC8i5BEHFA, NUC8i3BEHFA
Thank you so much in advance and best regards!
I would say that the problem is the Hub you've chosen. You want a MST Hub that is also Thunderbolt 3 compatible. Here's the one I use (and which works great): https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06XPVGQKY.
Hope this helps,
Hello Scott, thanks a lot for your comment!
Could you confirm that with this hub you can see the image A-B-C in your 3 displays? Image A in monitor 1, B in monitor 2 and C in monitor 3?
I just get A-B-B, A in the native HDMI port, and B-B in HDMI and VGA Thunderbolt 3 Hub, this is the hub that I trying to use > https://www.amazon.es/gp/product/B07W8GMV24/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Thank you so much!
Yes, I see three unique images. Windows always gives me a different background image on each monitor. The images are randomly chosen from the set of images in my active theme. I have it set to change them once a minute).
I believe that the adapter that you have is only capable of mirroring the image across the two connected monitors. I steer clear of these big hub devices; there's seemingly always something not working right with them.