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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 ...


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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".


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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 : ...


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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).


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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 ...


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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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