Through trial and error I was able to use the USB 3.1 port on the front of my NUC10 to add a 3rd monitor in extended mode.
- First, I tried daisy-chaining my 2 older monitors together. I did not have the necessary DisplayPorts connections on the back of the monitors.
- Second, I ran a cable from the USB-C port on the front of the NUC to the HDMI port on the back of the 3rd monitor. No luck.
- Third, I purchased an used belkin Thunderbolt 3 Dock Mini. The hopes here was to use the NUC's Thunderbolt 3 port to facilitate 2 monitors branching off of the belkin dock. Not happening.
- Fourthly, I purchased a new j5create USB 3.0 to HDMI Display Adapter. This adapter functions as an external graphics card for up to 1080p under Windows 10. I downloading the drivers from the manufacturer's website - which I don't think was necessary. I also monitored the NUC's processor core temps and no problem there. This adapter was a success, the 3rd monitor is up and running.
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