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Other Thoughts: I purchased three of these for an Eyefinity setup using a Radeon R9 390X based on price point alone. They worked initially, and the first one went dead within a few weeks. I continued using the built-in DVI interface along with 2 adapters for about 3 months before I started experiencing signal problems with the remaining 2. I have since purchased one Cable Matters active adapter and two Cable Matters passive adapters, and all of my display problems have disappeared.
Reviewed By:Scott L.,6/25/2016 10:43:55 AM
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Pros: The TB32DP2 appears to be compatible with my Asus UX501VW laptop and 2x WQHD/1440p 60hz Dell monitors. Unfortunately, it causes one of my two monitors to blink.
Cons: BEGIN UPDATE 6/22/16 I received a replacement unit, and it too has a "bad port." Any monitor plugged into that port will occasionally blink. It happens about 10 times per hour. I have (again) tried different DisplayPort cables and different monitors; in all cases, the problem follows the port. The monitors in use are Dell U2713HM, but I've also tried with two different Acer 24" monitors. END UPDATE 6/22/16
The TB32DP2 I received has a bad port. The monitor plugged into that port blinks between a useful image and a black screen incessantly. I have tried swapping cables, changing the order in which the monitors are plugged in, and changing screen resolutions. In all cases, the problem remains isolated to the failed port of the TB32DP2.
Reviewed By:Anonymous,6/22/2016 10:54:22 AM
This reviewer reports that his/her technical understanding of this type of product is and has owned this product 1 week to 1 month.
Cons: I bought this thinking that it would be making my Xbox gaming experience on my new monitor but no I plugged it in and it did not work and nothing happened this is retarded DONT BUY THIS
Reviewed By:N/A,6/14/2016 3:54:10 PM
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Cons: I specifically needed 720p output, but it looks like this device upscales everything to 1080p, despite me setting the computer's resolution to 720p (which means that my device, since it only supports 720p, can't display anything with it)
Reviewed By:John O.,6/13/2016 2:42:17 PM
This reviewer reports that his/her technical understanding of this type of product is and has owned this product 1 day to 1 week.
Cons: Just replaced two and the new ones only worked a day
Other Thoughts: The one that came with my 6990 card work for year then went bad, so I replaced it and the next one work for 3 or 4 years, so I order two more and the new one work for a day so I rma it, then I put the other new in and it went bad in a day, then I just got a R9 380X card replace the 6990. Because by the time I keep ordering adapters 52 dollars for two I can put that on a new card because China can not make this adapter that will work.
Reviewed By:Anthony G.,6/7/2016 4:17:59 PM
This reviewer reports that his/her technical understanding of this type of product is and has owned this product more than 1 year.