The Avencore DisplayPort MST Hub (Multi-Stream Transport Hub) allows up to three DisplayPort monitors to be connected in either mirror or extend modes from a single DisplayPort v1.4 DP++ or better source device which is rated to handle the total intended bandwidth. Basically you have a full 8K @ 30Hz worth of bandwidth here (DisplayPort v1.4 HBR3 spec), which can be distributed to the three DisplayPort outputs, for incredible multi-screen setups!
This compact 3-port DisplayPort hub is intended for the beefiest of PCs and Gaming laptops, and is capable of handling one 8K@30Hz display, two 4K@60Hz displays, or three 4K@30Hz displays simultaneously. Lower combined resolutions, such as 1440p or 1080p will increase the available bandwidth and improve refresh rates. Eg: 2x 1080p@240Hz
Enjoy your choice of a mirrored/cloned desktop, or an extended desktop by utilising the magic of Multi-Stream Transport (MST) on DisplayPort v1.4 hardware. This HBR3 (High Bit-rate 3) compatible MST Hub supports both video and audio for a truly immersive computer experience for resolution combinations under 32Gbps total bandwidth.
10 centimetres of flex cable to the MST Hub gives you clearance to avoid other sockets at the back of your PC or laptop. A Micro-USB cable is required to provide power to the MST, and should be attached to a powered USB socket which can deliver at least 5V/1A power (may not be suitable for some laptops on battery power).
Note: For maximum compatibility, a discreet ATI or Nvidia graphics card is recommended. Intel HD and other intergrated graphics or APU chipsets like those found in tablets or entry-level notebooks are not likely to be powerful enough to operate all three sockets at maximum resolution or refresh rate.
A Micro-USB 5V/1A connection is required for additional power (Micro-USB cable not included)
Mac-OS Supports only SST (split-mode). Extended desktop MST mode is not available on DisplayPort v1.1 or Mac OS based hardware.
Intended for use with DisplayPort monitors. HDMI compatibility through DP++ Alternate Modes is not guaranteed, and results may vary depending on your hardware.
*Hardware Note: Your existing video graphics adapter must meet the DisplayPort hardware specifications you intend to use for this splitter to perform all its functions. Older graphics cards or mobile graphics chipsets not capable of MST will not be compatible with this splitter.