On the intel site here: https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000005571/intel-nuc.html For dual display configurations for the nuc 10, it lists 2560x1600 as the max resolution.
- One monitor in hdmi port, one in display port.
However, in the technical specifications here: https://www.intel.com/content/dam/support/us/en/documents/intel-nuc/NUC10i357FN_TechProdSpec.pdf under section 188.8.131.52 it lists the the max resolution as 4096x2304 with the same dual display configuration (one monitor in hdmi port, one in display port)
Am I reading something wrong here or is there an error in one of these listings?
It makes more sense to me that the 4096x2034 resolution is correct but if someone could confirm that I would appreciate it..
I believe the first article is incorrect. The FN NUC supports HDMI 2.0a on its HDMI connector and DisplayPort 1.2 on its rear USB-C connector. This means both connectors can support a monitor at 4096x2304@60Hz.
Note that an MST Hub (or MST daisy-chaining) can be used with the USB-C connector to allow two monitors to share the DisplayPort 1.2 channel. In this case, the maximum resolution supported by each of these monitors would be 4096x2304@30Hz.