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Yes, you can connect monitors that are not DisplayPort 1.2 monitors the outputs of a DisplayPort 1.2 MST Hub. You can even connect adapters to the outputs of a MST Hub. The following is from the page of a MST Hub manufacturer (link): The Club 3D MST hub is a hub device that receives a DisplayPort™ 1.2 MST signal from the source device and splits up and ...
It seems "Multi-Stream Transport" or "MST" are the magic words. I finally got good search results by looking for "Displayport 1.2 MST hub".
As Dallas said, you can connect your monitor to DisplayPort with the help of a DP-HDMI adapter. Be sure to get a good-quality one (and supporting DP 1.2) since otherwise you wouldn't be able to get high resolution and long cable distance support. Some advantages are listed here : ...
You buy a display port to HDMI adapter, and then connect to the monitor using HDMI cable. I believe the best resolution VGA will give you is 720p, and with HDMI through display port you get full HD resolution (1080p).
There's little chance of this ever being seen but I'll post it anyway. I'm not sure if this applies to all Samsung monitors, but, on my SyncMaster BX2031, I found that if I go to the monitor's built in menu, go to "Setup & Reset" and set "Magic Return" to "off", I don't have the issue. I think this is Samsung's attempt at saving on system performance by ...
Guys - This was my entire solution. I had to do all 3 of these things to get it to work. Update your Nvidia Drivers to the latest version and restart your computer Go into each monitor and turn off the DDC/CI ability (DISABLE IT) Follow these instructions: https://sites.google.com/site/ebobster/stuff/displayportblanking This will work for you. I had to ...
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