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Dual Thunderbolt displays with a Mac running Windows under Boot Camp?

I am wondering if I can have use two Cinema Displays in Windows using daisy chain.

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marked as duplicate by robmathers, Stu Wilson, CajunLuke, patrix, jmlumpkin Sep 11 '12 at 13:48

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

Assuming that you intend to use two Apple Thunderbolt Displays daisy-chained to a Thunderbolt-equipped computer (whether Mac or not) while the computer is booted into Windows, yes, it should work, assuming whatever drivers are needed are installed and the graphics card has enough power to push two displays' worth of pixels.

tl;dr: If one Thunderbolt monitor works, two identical monitors should work just fine, assuming your graphics card can handle both of them at once.

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I have a MacBook Pro. It runs with two Thunderbolt Displays fine on OSX. Both monitors work in Windows under Parallels too. I just decided to ditch OSX and install Windows but wondering if my both monitors works. – user28868 Sep 10 '12 at 18:53
Can you get one of the monitors working under Boot Camp Windows? If both work under OS X and one works in Windows, then both should work in Windows. – CajunLuke Sep 10 '12 at 19:11
I didn't try installing Bootcamp yet. I want to make sure then format my drive – user28868 Sep 10 '12 at 19:13

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