Any NUC8V5PNH owner here who can tell me if this NUC can support the following monitor setup;
Monitor 1 on HDMI port1
Monitor 2 on HDMI port2
Monitor 3 onThunderbolt port (Thunderbolt to HDMI) adapter.
Will this work?
hitronics, Thank you for posting in the Intel® Communities Support.
In reference to your question, yes, you will be able to use a triple display configuration with the Intel® NUC 8 Pro Kit NUC8v5PNH.
To make it work it is needed to use the HDMI port to connect the first monitor, then to use the DisplayPort or the Type-C port to connect the second monitor, and then from the second monitor do a daisy-chain to the third monitor as you can confirm in the picture below:
Any questions, please let me know.
Intel Customer Support Technician
No, you cannot simultaneously use the HDMI 2 and Thunderbolt ports for monitor connection. If you use HDMI 2, then monitor support is disabled at the USB-C connector.
All is not lost; you can connect two monitors via the USB-C connector. Three configurations are supported:
- If you have two DisplayPort monitors and at least one of them supports daisy chaining, then you can connect a monitor with daisy chaining support to the USB-C connector (with a USB-C-to-DP adapter) and connect the second monitor to the first monitor (via the first monitor's DP Output port).
- If you have two DisplayPort monitors that do not support daisy chaining, you can use a 2-port MST Hub with DP outputs (i.e., a USB-C-to-2x-DP adapter) to connect the two monitors to the USB-C connector.
- If you have two HDMI monitors, you can use a 2-port MST Hub with HDMI outputs (i.e., a USB-C-to-2x-HDMI adapter) to connect the two monitors to the USB-C connector.
If the monitors you connect are 4K monitors, then only 30Hz connections will be possible. For 2K and lower resolution monitors, however, 60Hz connections are possible.
Hope this helps,