I have INTEL NUC NUC7i7BNH and included Thunderbolt 3 (40Gbps) USB 3.1, is possible use cable Thunderbolt 3 for HDMI and use more HDMI for 2 monitor? Cable Thunderbolt 3 for HDMI is https://pt.aliexpress.com/item/32968991790.html?spm=a2g0o.cart.0.0.341b3c00Iosxlv&mp=1
You may want to look at these:
See my response here: https://forums.intel.com/s/question/0D50P00004eLLeT/how-do-i-fix-oled-tv-from-going-black-constantly. In this response, in addition to talking about latest BIOS, firmware and drivers, I gave example links for USB-C-to-DisplayPort and USB-C-to-HDMI cables. More-typically, however, I will use good quality HDMI 2.0-compliant cables combined with whatever dongles/adapters I need for the situation. Cables that also do the conversion are definitely cheaper, but I like the versatility (and reusability of the HDMI cables).
Hope this helps,
Currently I send sound to my LG monitor and in it I have a jbl soundbar via hdmi on the main port, my idea is to add a secondary monitor with the thunderbold 3 port via display port or via hdmi, my monitor follows the specifications below, my fear is when the pc uses the option to turn off the screen ( example suspension windows 2 hours )which of the two options can i have problem in returning the image via hdmi or display port on the adapter connected to the thunderbold port? Because at the main door I have no problem.
Native Resolution. 2560 x 1080 at 60 Hz.
My monitor two is https://www.lg.com/us/business/desktop-monitors/lg-29UB67-B
I don't understand your explanation. Be more verbose and explain things fully. As well, you can do this in your native language if more comfortable (we can translate).
Hoje eu uso um Monitor da LG modelo LG-29UB67-B na saída HDMI do Intel Nuc, com isso eu levo audio e video para esse monitor onde na saída dele p2 tenho uma soundbar ligada. A minha ideia seria colocar outro monitor igual ligado na saída thunderbolt 3 usando HDMI ou display port, acredito que o HDMI para mim seria bom, porem não sei se compro o cabo HDMI com a outra ponta USB tipo c ou compro um adaptador com saída HDMI e uso um cabo HDMI até o monitor. Porem eu andei lendo na internet e vi que algumas pessoas falaram que quando usa a saída thunderbolt 3 quando o computador entra em suspenção tem problema para o video retornar. Os cabo e o adaptador HDMI que falo está neste link https://forums.intel.com/s/question/0D70P000006vuuSSAQ
I'm thinking of using another monitor the LG 29UM69G-B that already has a USB-C port (DP Alt. Mode) in this case already solves my problem right? Because I can still change the order in store, monitor not have cable included, Can the cable from the link below be used for direct connection, or is there a problem with voltage or current return https://pt.aliexpress.com/item/4000322129879.html
For the NUC USB-C ports, you want to purchase an adapter (or cable) that is Thunderbolt 3 (TBT3) compatible and will support 4K@60Hz, regardless of whether we are talking about connecting a DisplayPort (DP) monitor or a HDMI monitor. For USB-C-to-HDMI, I always go for adapters that say they will support HDR, even if they cost a little more. Of course, a USB-C-to-HDMI adapter plus a HDMI cable costs a lot more than a USB-C-to-HDMI cable, but I always go for the adapter because it give me more versatility.
Now, even though you are purchasing an adapter that is TBT3 compatible, unless you specifically get a TBT monitor, you are simply using the DP channel from the processor. Bottom line, you do really not need to worry about TBT problems (though I would be interested to know where you read about this issue).
Does that answer your questions?
I bought the LG 29UM69G-B and the cable 1.8 M QGeeM USB 3.1 Type C Cable USB C to USB C Charging Cable PD 60W 2. 4K Video Audio Transmit
Support up to 3840x2160 @ 60HZ 4K video signal transferring for the connection between USB C laptop and display.
I'm waiting to arrive to test