8K 1x4 DisplayPort 1.4 to DisplayPort MST Hub Splitter
Overview1x4 Splitter, connect up to four DisplayPort displays to single DisplayPort 1.4 output with Multi-Stream Transport (MST), no driver required, Windows PCs, not Mac OS compatible
Splits a single DisplayPort 1.4 output source into four DisplayPort monitors with Mirror, Extended, and Panoramic video wall display modes
Offers a true 32.4Gbps (Max.) video bandwidth and supports 5.1ch surround sound (can be used to transmit audio and video simultaneously). Also supports multi-stream transport 1.2 technology with DSC (Display Stream Compression), 3D video
The connected displays will share 32.4Gbps bandwidth from a single DP 1.4 source, please make sure additional displays can be accommodated
*Note: If you use a 4K monitor to display in 1080p, there is a possibility that the link still gets 4K bandwidth and reduces the overall bandwidth for the other displays
Supports 4K HDR, HDCP 2.2 and UHD video resolution up to a single 8K (7680x4320) @30Hz or dual 4K (3840x2160) @60Hz and HDR displays or Triple/four 4K (3840x2160) @30Hz display
Supports various supplication such as Mirror, Extended, and Panoramic Video Wall modes. Mirror mode same content on each display, Extended mode with individual content on each display, and Panoramic Video Wall mode which combines multiple monitors to use as one large display
Comes with one 20-pin DisplayPort 1.4 input port (Host), four 20-pin DisplayPort 1.4 video output ports, and one 5-pin Micro USB for power input (at least 5V/900mA)
Compatible with DisplayPort 1.4 graphics cards with AMD Eyefinity, NVIDIA Surround or Intel Collage technology
*Note: Requires GPU graphics cards to support at least 2 external displays to use both video ports at the same time with extended mode
Supports Plug-n-play, hassle-free set up without complicated hardware or driver installation
Frequently Asked Questions (Q&A)
Yes, it can connect to an All-in-one PC, but, please refer to our notes before buying, there are some limits need to know.
No, it cannot. On 2K combined: four 2K@60Hz resolutions are the maximum because the total combined bandwidth is 32.4Gbps.