Display Configurations for Multiple Displays to Intel® NUC Rugged Chassis Element CMCR1ABC

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11/05/2021

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Known Limitations
  • CMCR1ABC Intel® NUC Chassis Element does not support bezel compensation when sharing ports that are a part of a single stream transport (SST) splitter. See below for reference.
    • For example, when using more than one HDMI port that are part of Splitter A (A, A2, A3), bezel compensation will not be supported. However, if using one of the A ports together with any of the B ports, bezel compensation is supported.

    CMCR1ABC Intel NUC Chassis ElementBezel compensation not supported

  • CMCR1ABC Intel® NUC Chassis Element does not support portrait orientation on individual displays when using more than one display per group.

    CMCR1ABC Intel NUC Chassis Element

Two Display Configuration
  • Group A HDMI ports are configured as A, A2, A3 and Group B HDMI ports are configured as B, B2, B3
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Three Display Configuration
  • Group A HDMI ports are configured as A, A2, A3 and Group B HDMI ports are configured as B, B2, B3
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Four Display Configuration
  • Group A HDMI ports are configured as A, A2, and A3. Group B HDMI ports are configured as B, B2, and B3
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Six Display Configuration
  • Group A HDMI ports are configured as A, A2, A3 and Group B HDMI ports are configured as B, B2, B3

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  • The integrated graphics on the Intel® Compute Element has two DDI streams for display out.
  • The Intel® NUC Chassis Element, CMCR1ABC, contains two single stream transport (SST) Splitters, each accepting a single DDI lane.
  • Each SST splitter combines up to three physical 1920x1080 monitors into one 5760x1080 (triple wide) display.

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  • Depending on the number of monitors connected, Windows will see up to 2 (triple wide) displays.
  • The 2 triple wide displays can be oriented side by side or stacked one on top of the other, as shown below.
  • The platform supports up to 6 monitors to generate 2 triple wide displays. Intel recommends to use 6 monitors of the same model.
  • The product was designed for menu board and display wall use cases. The OS sees 2 triple wide displays. Digital signage software can simplify content management.

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