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With the right monitors, you can "daisy chain" from the first to the second monitor, no docking station would be necessary. It would require at least one of the monitors to support Display Port out. I found some at Newegg by sorting 4K displays then doing a search within for DP Out.
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I understand you want to get information regarding adapters/docking stations to set up dual 4K monitors.
You can check the below link for tested devices that you can use to set up this configuration:
Tested Peripherals for Intel® NUC Kits NUC7i[x]BN > Thunderbolt™/USB Type-C Devices (Thunderbolt only supported on i5/i7 models).
SixIron's recommendation is also useful as you can use daisy chain with the right monitors.
I hope this information helps.
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SixIron: daisy chaining two 4k monitors is on DP 1.2 is possible but that way you are capped at 30hz(ish?) refresh rate. So unless you are happy to live with mouse drags and stuff like that this is not really an option.
JC: I'm also interested in the Thunderbolt over USB-c thingy so I don't have to deal with the outdated NUC5i5MYHE but there's apparently this dude moaning about Thunderbolt to dual DP converter not working:
The Setting Up Multiple Displays for the Intel® NUC web site has been updated and it better reflects the supported multi-monitor configurations (both: dual monitor and triple monitor display configuration).
Please check on it again and let us know if you still have questions.