Multiple Display Configuration Options for Intel® NUC Kits NUC10i7FN, NUC10i5FN, NUC10i3FN

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09/29/2020

This guide provides the most common multiple display configuration options.

Intel® NUC Kits NUC10i7FN, NUC10i5FN, and NUC10i3FN have the following:

  • One HDMI port (2.0b-compliant)
  • One Type C port

See the Processor Graphics subsystem section of the Technical Product Specification document for your Intel NUC for additional information, including:

  • Multi-stream transport daisy chaining
  • DisplayPort via Type C

Before You Begin

We recommend you first update your Intel NUC to the latest:

 

Two displays

Two displays option 1

Display Intel NUC port TV/monitor port Maximum supported resolution
1 HDMI HDMI 4096x2160 at 60Hz
2 DisplayPort (Type C) DisplayPort or Type C 4096x2304 at 60Hz

Or

Two displays option 2

Display Intel NUC port TV/monitor port Maximum supported resolution
1 DisplayPort (Type C) DisplayPort or Type C 2560x1600 at 60Hz
2 N/A Daisy-chain: from DisplayPort OUT on first monitor to the DisplayPort IN on the second monitor 2560x1600 at 60Hz

Daisy-chaining describes the ability to connect multiple monitors using a single connection between each one. All displays and all cables must support the DisplayPort 1.2 specification.

Three displays

Three displays

Display Intel NUC port TV/monitor port Maximum supported resolution
1 HDMI HDMI 4096x2160 at 60Hz
2 DisplayPort (Type C) DisplayPort or Type C 4096x2304 at 30Hz
3 N/A Daisy-chain: from DisplayPort OUT on first monitor to the DisplayPort IN on the second monitor 4096x2304 at 30Hz

Daisy-chaining describes the ability to connect multiple monitors using a single connection between each one. All displays and all cables must support the DisplayPort 1.2 specification.

Related topics
Cables and Video Adapters for Intel NUC Display Connections
Multiple displays FAQ
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