Does Eurocom Sky X4C(Clevo P751TM1-G) support dual display output through Thunderbolt 3?

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  1. py930828

    py930828 Notebook Enthusiast

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    I'm trying to output dual display output through Thunderbolt 3 docking station, but can only be able to make one output, I have done everything I can think of, and made sure I have the right connection.

    What I have done:
    1. In BIOS, I have set the DDI Control to DDI to TBT.

    2. Set security level to Unique ID or Legacy.

    3. Made sure Thunderbolt App shows the docker I'm connecting now.
    For more information, I posted a very detail thread on a reddit thread.
     
  2. Tech Junky

    Tech Junky Notebook Deity

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    I've tried playing with TB3 in the past and it was nothing but a complete issue from the get go. This was storage though not displays but, same piece of junk to deal with.

    In concept and real world use some get it working just fine and others like us fight with it to get things to work. I gave up on the 40gbps option after testing several different cables / drive enclosures yielding 10gbps performance will have to do until USB4 / USb5 start hitting the market a bit more. For my server it's just easier to implement a 5gbps ethernet connection between the laptop / server vs fighting with USB/TB cables. Drives only spin so fast anyway. No need to multiple monitors and if I did I have a docking station over USB3 that works just fine for dual monitors for when I was running a tablet + 2*23" FHD monitors.
     
  3. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Each thunderbolt port supports one channel of output when switched over from the mini dispayport in the bios.
     
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