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Club3D CSV-5300A MST Hub DP1.2 => 3 DP, inkl. MiniDP-Adapter schwarz

Art-Nr.: 90584613
, Manufacturer's no.: CSV-5300A
  • DisplayPort Stecker auf DisplayPort Buchse
  • schwarz
In the product range since: January 2015

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CLUB 3D Multi Stream Transport

Display devices have always been an integral part of the PC experience. Whether it is in the form of a desktop monitor, a notebook’s embedded panel, or the touch screen of a PC tablet, display devices play a vital role in defining the user’s visual experience.

The Club 3D MST hub is a hub device that receives a DisplayPort™ 1.2 MST signal from the source device and splits up and routes the video streams independently to each display device. Using this type of configuration also allows the use of non DisplayPort™ 1.2 monitors. Non DisplayPort™ outputs, such as VGA, DVI or HDMI®, the Club 3D MST hub is DP++ and can actively convert the DisplayPort™ signal to the other types of display interface signals.


Increased productivity
The biggest advantage for designers, gamers or anyone is an increase of productivity having multiple screens.

A study done by the Jon Peddie Research, productivity increases an average of 42% when using multiple displays.

Multiple programs simultaneously
Most users have some type of workflow that involves multiple programs at any given time. Having multiple screens makes a much less painful experience and more productive.

Sharing data
Sharing data between applications is very common, for example dragging an image from a file folder to the Photoshop app. All these things can be streamlined with the help of multiple screens.

Add on
Get even more from your Surface Pro 2 tablet with its powerful DisplayPort output.

Microsoft Surface Pro 2 has a powerful 4th Generation Intel Core i5 and with the Club 3D MST Hub is capable to drive up to 3 external displays*

*by using 3 external displays will disable the tablet screen

The Club 3D MST Hub supports DisplayPort 1.2 multi video and audio stremas. Paired with AMD Radeon R9 290 series and R7 260 series graphics cards, it features the first discrete GPU in the world with a programmable audio pipeline. TrueAudio Technology is designed for game audio artists and engineers to bring their artistic vision beyond sound production into the realm of sound processing.

Sound is a critically important part of the immersive experience for gamers and sound engineers are eager to advance their art, but they haven’t enjoyed the same kind of attention that continually drives graphics improvements.

Ultimate in Color and Image Quality
Ideal for photography, graphic design, media creation and other color-critical applications. DisplayPort output can only support 10 bit video.

Enjoy the ultimate immersive gaming experience

With AMD Radeon based graphic cards, you can support up to 6 displays by using two MST hubs working each monitor independantly or create a Single Large Surface (SLS) mode.

Dual Mode
Also known as DisplayPort++ can directly output single-link HDMI, VGA and DVI signals using a simple passive adapter that adjusts from the different connector and the lower voltages used by DisplayPort. Club 3D MST Hub makes it easy and cost effective so you can use any monitor you want.

Give your Ultrabook more displays

Ultrabooks and notebooks are increasingly becoming more powerful and smaller in the physical form factor. DisplayPort provides that flexibility to power several displays through a single port. With the MST Hub you can work with multiple displays and with its small form factor you can bring it along at work or home.

Any described warranty is supplied by the manufacturer of this article and is provided at least in germany. The full warranty information, including the coverage and requirements to claim the warranty is detailed on the manufacturers website. You can find a link to this site on our brand overview. You can find more information about warranties in our FAQ.