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TG01 2003W
Microsoft Windows 11

I'm trying to find out if the display port on the hp rx 5500 graphics card supports MST technology.

The computer model is TG01 2003W with the rx 5500 gpu.

 

Ultimately I'm trying to connect 3, and potentially 4 monitors for a small church visual set-up. Nothing fancy and not gaming, just visual feeds for lyrics and video.

 

Any help is appreciated greatly. Thank you in advance.

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I have not seen any mention of MST technology in HP marketing or specification documents on the RX 5500 card. 

 

If you use the three ports on the video card with Windows, you can just use the Windows key + P keystroke to decide how the setup will be.

That would be preferable to using a splitter. 

 

All three ports are digital so a relatively high resolution is possible.  

 

It is an AMD reference design, so AMD would know. The GPU is AMD not HP.

 



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The specifications on the video card would be that of the reference design from AMD

https://www.amd.com/en/products/graphics/amd-radeon-rx-5500

 

What does the acronym MST stand for that you referred to?

 

 

The HP AMD RX 5500 

https://www.techpowerup.com/gpu-specs/hp-rx-5500.b7472

There are two DisplayPorts  and an HDMI port. That should be sufficient for a three display setup.

 

Just ensure that the options (displayport and HDMI) are available in the displays that you choose. 



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MST stands for Multi-Stream Transport, from my understanding it allows one display port to transfer multiple video streams enabling me to split one port into 2 or 3 monitors with a splitter.

 

I inquired at the AMD forums, and someone advised I ask HP about MST.

 

I appreciate your time and help!

 

 

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I have not seen any mention of MST technology in HP marketing or specification documents on the RX 5500 card. 

 

If you use the three ports on the video card with Windows, you can just use the Windows key + P keystroke to decide how the setup will be.

That would be preferable to using a splitter. 

 

All three ports are digital so a relatively high resolution is possible.  

 

It is an AMD reference design, so AMD would know. The GPU is AMD not HP.

 



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