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How many displays does the 1060 Max-Q support?

I've looked online and can't seem to find anything on it, everything I look for comes up with information on the full desktop 1060.

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I believe most pascal cards support 4 display outs. This should include the 1060. Maybe not the 1050 Ti though (not that it matters in this case)

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depends on how many ports the laptop manufacturer put in, and if they are all connected to the 1060 vs the iGPU (if its an intel chip).

U can use a Displayport hub to break into multiple different outputs.

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8 minutes ago, Snipergod87 said:

depends on how many ports the laptop manufacturer put in, and if they are all connected to the 1060 vs the iGPU (if its an intel chip).

U can use a Displayport hub to break into multiple different outputs.

I planned to use a thunderbolt display adapter, and the HDMI port on the laptop I'm looking at

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