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Connect a third monitor using a typcC to HDMI adapter


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I have the gigabyte b560i motherboard pro ax 
Which has several typc C ports, and also from what I saw on the internet can be used for a third screen
But when I connect an adapter (pny 9 in 1) the extra screen is not received ... I also tried with a simpler adapter (both worked with other computers)
I tried to play with drives, look for solutions online but did not really find anything
Would appreciate help :)

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Is it possible to get a link to something like this? Something that will surely work?
And if I connect something that serves as a video card, could it work in parallel with the two current monitors connected to the built-in video card?
The correlation I have is this
https://www.amazon.com/PNY-Portable-Integrated-Compatible-Devices/dp/B084DNJTHC

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In simple terms, there is support forwarp Simultaneous ports.

 

What about what you answered to what I said?

is also with no Having difficulty -

Simple video cards often only support two ports at a time.

Therefore, if you recommend a simple video card - it is fair to give a link to one that supports three ports simultaneously.

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The TYPE C port on your board is only USB 3.2 GEN 1 or what they once read USB 3.0, so the adapters do not work.

You can try to connect to the port The red TYPE A ("Normal" USB) on the back which is GEN 2, maybe it will work. 

 

Another solution is to buy an expansion card with a TYPE C GEN 2 port like this:

  https://www.amazon.com/Express-Expansion-Asmedia-Chipset-Windows/dp/B074QGBXSP

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If I order a video card with two more ports, should I be able to use its ports and the CPU ports? (Actually 4 screens come temporarily)

 

No.  תיקון, It should work if defined / enabled in BIOS.

The motherboard ports are canceled when an external video card is inserted.

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No.

The motherboard ports are canceled when an external video card is inserted.

You are wrong and misleading, I use the ports of the built-in card.
Just need to turn on the card built into the BIOS.
This saves money and space instead of an active adapter from DP to HDMI.

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