There is a configuration so that you can get triple monitor configuration in your system. The configuration is the following:
DisplayPort* + DisplayPort + HDMI* or DVI or VGA or DisplayPort or Built-in Display2
DisplayPort or HDMI or DVI or VGA + DisplayPort or HDMI or DVI or VGA + Built-in Display3
DisplayPort or HDMI or DVI or VGA or Built-in Display2 + DisplayPort or HDMI or DVI or VGA + Intel® Wireless Display (Intel® WiDi)
You can check this information at the following link:
It is important to mention that using adapters may interfere in the signal causing problems that can affect the multiple monitor configurations.
Robert U has replied to another thread that he is using passive adapters with no problems w/ screenshots.
No matter what I try, I can only get 2 of the 3 monitors to work simultaneously.
The monitors only take VGA or DVI, but I prefer not to use the VGA at all, it is 2013.
The only thing I can think of is that because there are 3 DVI monitors, and the HD4000 only puts out 2 DVI clocks, so I need a third active adapter since the signal for DVI is different than for DP. However it has been brought up that monitors that are the same... should be able to share a clock, so why does Intel HD graphics panel only show 2 monitors, while windows recognizes all 3?