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Club3D SenseVision - Multi Stream Transport (MST) 1-3 DP Hub Model CSV-5300U

  • Perfect multi monitor solution on a budget. Plug and Play
  • Best with AMD Radeon Graphics
  • AMD Eyefinity Technology ready
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SenseVision - Multi Streaming Transport Hub



Leveraging the micro-packet architecture of DisplayPort™, DisplayPort™ 1.2 adds the capability to address and drive several display devices through one DisplayPort™ connector. This feature has often been referred to as daisy-chaining or addressable displays.

The Club 3D MST hub is a hub device that receives a DisplayPort™ 1.2 MST signal from the source device and splits up and routes the video streams independently to each display device. Using this type of configuration also allows the use of non-DisplayPort™ 1.2 monitors. For non-DisplayPort™ outputs, such as VGA, DVI or HDMI®, the Club 3D MST hub is DP++ and can actively convert the DisplayPort™ signal to the other types of display interface signals.

Multi-display technologies DisplayPort™ 1.2, a new display interface, boasts features such as tremendous bandwidth and daisy-chaining capabilities. Combined, these features complement the AMD Eyefinity multi-display technology very well.

The new MST hub display technology is part of the ecosystem in the Club 3D AMD Radeon™ graphics cards.

CSV-5300 Supported graphics cards can be found on the following AMD RAdeon series:
  • HD 5000 Series (HBR)
  • HD 6000 Series (HBR2)
  • HD 7000 Series (HBR2)



Key Points


  1. Easy configuration for adding three displays and does not require active adapters (DP++ compliant)
  2. Perfect multi monitor solution on a budget. Plug and Play.
  3. Hot plugging. Does not require shutting down the system.
  4. Compatible to all existing DisplayPort graphics cards and notebooks
  5. Best with AMD Radeon Graphics.
  6. AMD Eyefinity Technology ready**

**Supports multiple independent display outputs simultaneously, AMD Eyefinity technology delivers innovative graphics display capabilities enabling massive desktop workspaces and ultra immersive visual environments for the ultimate panoramic computing experience.
  • Standards compliance / support: Displayport™ v1.2, Displayport v1.1a, VESA DDM
  • Standard, HDCP V2.0, DisplayId, and EDID V1.4
  • Supports main link rates of 5.4bps (HBR2), 2.7bps (HBR)and 1.62bps (RBR) from source
  • Supports 1, 2, or 4 lanes of main link for RX side
  • Supports three DP++ output ports, or two dual-link DVI ports, or the combination of ports
  • For DP 1.2 source, supports DP1.2 MST multi-video/audio steams
  • Supports 1.1 source, supports ViewXpand
  • Supports DP-DP Bypass mode
  • Supports AUX-CH enables SBM and I2C mapping over AUX between the source/sink and device
  • Dedicated I2C slave for main processor to access the device
  • Supported output resolution: up to 2560 x 1600 @ 60Hz each monitor in DP1.2 MST, and up to FHD / 1080p in DP 1.1 or DP 1.2 SST
  • Input pixel data depth 6 / 8 / 10 / 12-bit and supports output pixel format RGB444




What's in the Box



Learn more about the Club3D CSV-5300U




Standards compliance/support:displayport v1.2, displayport v1.1a,VESA DDM

Standard,HDCP V2.0,DisplayId,and EDID V1.4

Supports main link rates of 5.4 bps(HBR2),2.7 bps(HBR)and 1.62 bps(RBR) from source

Supports 1/2/4 lanes of main link for RX side

Supports three DP++ output port,or two dual-link DVI ports,or the combination of ports

For DP 1.2 source,supports DP1.2 MST multi video/audio steams

Supports 1.1 source,supports ViewXpand

Supports DP-DP Bypass mode

Supports AUX-CH enables SBM and I2C mapping over AUX between the source/sink and device

Dedicated I2C slave for main processor to access the device

Supported output resolution:up to 2560X1600@60Hz each monitor in DP1.2 MST and up to FHD/1080p in DP1.1 or DP 1.2 SST

Input pixel data depth 6/8/10/12 bits and supports output pixel format RGB444

Quick Info


  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 2 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 2 years

Customer Reviews of the Club3D CSV-5300U

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  • John G.
  • 4/15/2014 2:37:45 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsNot DP 1.2 Certified or Documented

Pros: None

Cons: Simply put, this is not a DP 1.2 certified product, no documentation. Good luck getting it to work.

I purchased this in an engineering environment supported by enterprise IT personnel at HP and NVIDIA. I was attempting to connect three Asus displays to a HP ZBook 15 with a NVIDIA Quadro K2100M - would not work properly under any circumstances, and NVIDIA won't touch it because it isn't a certified product. I don't blame NVIDIA or HP one bit, their support on this matter was outstanding.

Product isn't certified or documented. It is a novelty piece of junk and has no place in an enterprise or mission-critical environment.

Other Thoughts: I wish I had done better research...

All certified DisplayPort products can be found here:

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  • Erin D.
  • 4/14/2014 8:23:50 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsQuestionably working

Pros: Haven't found any yet, I cannot get it to work correctly.

Cons: I have the hub connected to a VisionTek Cryovenom R9 290. I ordered 2 hubs. I also ordered 3 Startech 15 foot displayport to displayport cables. The first hub would only display 2 out of the 3 screens correctly. The 3rd would show up at 640x480 and wouldn't register in the AMD Catalyst Control center as a connected monitor. Had to disconnect the power cord from the power brick and do a hard reset to get the 2 monitors to work. Second hub has the 3 monitors at the correct resolution, but states that my displays aren't displayport 1.2 compatiable. Using ASUS PA248Q monitors. Contacted ASUS support to verify Displayport 1.2 compatiablity, and the monitors are compatiable. Have tested each monitor and cable seperately via the displayport connection on my secondary card. No issues detecting monitors that way. Have a set of Nippon labs display port cables on the way and will test to see if it's a cable problem (i've read some reviews that the startech cables weren't wired correctly---spefically pin 20)

Other Thoughts: Very frustrated at this point in time, spent a very large amount of money to have the hardware to run an Eyefinity 6 configuration with enough horsepower and matched monitors to do so, and thus far my experience with this product has been...frustrating and less than stellar. Club 3d support has been intermittent at best, though last week they were responding to emails but currently no one is responding to anything that i've sent them. I have read that there are some firmware issues with some of the hubs and that they are sending out new ones, but for what the product is supposed to do, it has yet to do it between 2 different hubs. Will update again this week once i recieve the new displayport cables.

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  • John W.
  • 2/3/2014 5:57:55 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsdoesn't work yet on Surface 2 Pro

Pros: Emailed tech support and got an immediate response stating that they are working with Intel on getting this product to work with Surface 2 Pro (via new driver). The product is excellent otherwise. $89 is a great price considering I paid full price.

Cons: incompatible with Intel Haswell GPU at this time.

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  • Robert A.
  • 2/3/2014 7:31:39 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsQuad Monitor setup on Sapphire Dual-X R9 270X & LOVE IT !!! (Workstation not gaming)

Pros: 4 Monitors !!!, Way cheaper here than on Ammaz0on.

Cons: Quad monitors

Other Thoughts: Quad monitor setups still seem to be kind of rare. Local computer store told me the Sapphire Dual-X R9 270X would run 4 monitors - which was what I wanted. Bought it and installed it. Though it had the outputs it didn't run four monitors as us. Three worked fine, the fourth blacked them all out. Did some reading and found the club 3d. Works great. Have had it for about a week now. I do have to re-boot sometimes. Setting it up took some time as the inputs had to be selected on each monitor with two of mine using HDMI and two using display port. (the card has 3 display port outputs and I used display port to hdmi cables) One Asus monitor of mine didn't want to change over to hdmi selection for some reason. I also bought two dual monitor stands from the local store. Thought I was getting the ones with a base but instead got clamp on to edge of your desk ones (brown box chinese) so I didn't know this till I opened them up. Turns out a fence pole is within 15 thousandths of an inch to the mount stands, so I took the two arms and mounted them on a fence pole on my desk. I.E. four monitor stand mounted to my desk instead of two - two monitor stands clamped on. Friends and family think 4 - 28" monitors is serious overkill, but I love it and use all four monitors. The club 3d isn't perfect and as I mentioned I sometime have to reboot my machine. On average its less than once a day. If you need more real estate to do your computer work I'd go for it. Gaming - I have no clue. Best Regards from Tucson

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  • Trenton A.
  • 1/30/2014 11:29:29 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsAnother take

Pros: I originally had used this to get more dual link dvi outputs out of a 7990. I bought two and didn't use one, so I stuck one at work on an old laptop, and voila, 5760 x 1080 from one displayport output that did not support mst. So, a bit of a cheaper matrox triplehead for older gpus (if mst is supported, I was unable to get it to force use an sst mode, and so your total display count is limited by most cards to 4 or 6 sadly, as I wanted 9 1440p displays from my 7990).

Another reviewer mentioned that the cabling is important on the gpu -> mst hub end. The cheap 32 gauge mini displayport cables will not be able to drive this hub to its full potential. When I switched to going form mini displayport -> displayport -> 28 gauge displayport extension cable -> mst hub, I had no issues with glitches or blacking out. If you search well you can find reasonably cheap 28 gauge displayport extension cables.

Cons: Still can be finnicky with drivers and connections initially, but once configured seems to stay well.

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  • Mats A.
  • 1/14/2014 12:34:13 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsReview update

Pros: This is an update to my previous review. (The driver erroneously reported being updated; using the actual latest AMD drivers, this product does indeed 'work', but does not perform that well for an MST.)

Cons: A bit of background: This MST must remain within a few inches of your computer.

If you attempt to extend the MST hub with even a short beefy displayport extension cable (which should be plenty fine to carry the 10+Gbps bandwidth of some large monitors...) even a few inches, you will get a ton of graphical corruption on ALL monitors.

This is frustrating because, if your computer is 10ft away from the monitors, you will be unable to put this MST hub next to the monitors and attach some short cables. Instead you will need to attach multiple very long cables to the MST hub, all three of which you will need to thread through your desk and up your monitor stand(s).

Furthermore, while a MST should (by virtue of being an active device) provide signal repeating and therefore cable extension, this one does not because of the aforementioned issue. Thus if your cabling situation is hypothetically a bit tight, don't count on this MST hub to help it. Not sure if this might work if you found a legitimate displayport active signal extender (you might get some display lag), but after experimenting with the device in multiple configurations, it does not seem very robust and I am loathe to spend another $100+ when I could maybe buy a second graphics card (though, not many people have that option depending on their use-cases).

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  • James K.
  • 1/9/2014 8:43:38 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsLove it

Pros: I love it and its been working great for 3 weeks now. I bought and 3x to go with it.

Cons: no mini dp to dp cord, i had to wait another 7 days before I could see if this hub worked. It was plug and play under vista but when I upgraded to win8.1 it wouldnt work until I figured out you need the beta version of catalyst and now it all works great.

Other Thoughts: I'm using this with 2x6970s

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  • Peter Z.
  • 1/9/2014 3:59:14 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsDoes not work wth Surface Pro 2

Pros: None. May change if device actually works.

Cons: Does not work when more than one display is connected. Have 2, both do not work. One has 2 displays which occasionally works, Other only works with one display.

Other Thoughts: Attempted contacting manufacturer but have not received a response.

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  • Trenton A.
  • 12/20/2013 10:41:13 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsFinally

Pros: I used this to get 6 1440p displays from a 7990.

Cons: Dynamic pnp seems unreliable even with the dp to dual link dvi I have, but since I got everything wired up and all my display adapters always powered (dp to dl dvi adapters using external usb power source, not the pc), all 6 displays turn on every time almost. DP adapters are very finnicky though, so be prepared to plug/unplug stuff in sometimes.

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  • Mats A.
  • 12/5/2013 9:23:42 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsDoesn't work at all - black screens

Pros: n/a

Cons: Did not work with Radeon HD 6950 (which it had claimed compatibility with). Was properly plugged in with power adapter it came with (multimeter said power adapter was outputting the required ~5VDC it required and was making electrical contact in the socket).

The monitors which I plugged in remained black. Tried plugging in two monitors, also tried with just one monitor. Even removed extension cables and tried it directly: no luck.

(minor note: I was using a miniDP to DP adapter, but it was a *passive* adapter that I've known to be in perfect working condition, so that should not affect things.)

(As much as I disapprove of peripherals with lights, I wouldn't necessary have minded a very small indicator of error or connection status so I could have troubleshoot and avoid checking for power troubles. Alas no troubleshooting tips in the manual or online, though I should not expect troubleshooting issues.)

Also very poor design. I had specifically ordered cables to come with this because the cord is maybe 5 *inches* long. It does not come with an extension cable (though I'm not sure at what cable lengths HBR2 starts to dynamically lose bandwidth). Not that I ended up using any of them; it didn't even work without the female-to-female adapter.

Basically it doesn't work on the hardware it claims to support, and even if it did work, it might require an extension cable to avoid a cabling mess. (There are also reports about possibly needing an active HDMI->DP or DVI->DP adapter for monitors or else you can't get full resolution, but I cannot report on that; in the unlikely event that this thing works for you, beware of that as well.)

Have begun RMA process.

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