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Club 3D Announce Affordable Multiple Display Hub



/ 4 years ago

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When you think of multi-display set-ups you think of expensive graphics cards and processors as pre-requisites before you’ve even invested into three monitors which are expensive enough in themselves. Most of the time triple monitor set-ups aren’t even used for gaming, but for productivity purposes, so that begs the question is there not a cheaper way to get a triple monitor set-up?

With all that said Club 3D have come up with a solution to this problem with their Multi Stream Hub (MST) that allows you to turn a single display port output into three display port outputs. From there you can then connect up to three monitors via VGA, DVI, HDMI or DisplayPort using the appropriate cables. This allows you to turn any device that supports display port into a functional triple display set-up. This means you can potentially use a cheap laptop, tablet or PC, but of course you need to make the investment in three displays which will always be a reasonably expensive outlay.

The Club 3D MST splits  the display signal from a DisplayPort 1.2 connection and provides three separate signals. The MST is capable of driving up to three 2560 by 1600 displays, although most people are more likely to use three 1080p displays.

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The main selling point of the Club 3D MST is it is an affordable solution to the multi-monitor problem. What do you think of their new product?

Product Features

  • Standards compliance/support: Displayport v1.2, displayport v1.1a,VESA DDM
  • Standard, HDCP V2.0, DisplayID, and EDID v1.4
  • Supports main link rates of 5.4 Gbps (HBR2), 2.7 Gbps (HBR), and 1.62 Gbps(RBR) from source
  • Supports 1/2/4 lanes of main link for RX side
  • Supports three DP++ output port,or two dual-link DVI ports,or the combination of ports
  • For DP 1.2 source,supports DP1.2 MST multi video/audio steams
  • Supports 1.1 source,supports ViewXpand
  • Supports DP-DP Bypass mode
  • Supports AUX-CH enables SBM and I2C mapping over AUX between the source/sink and device
  • Dedicated I2C slave for main processor to access the device
  • Supported output resolution:up to 2560 x 1600 @60 Hz each monitor in DP 1.2 MST and up to FHD/1080p in DP 1.1 or DP 1.2 SST
  • Input pixel data depth 6/8/10/12 bits and supports output pixel format RGB444

Source: PR


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  • Namet

    I’ll decide if it’s affordable, you tell me how much is it and where can I get it! :O