I have a desktop PC (running Win10) which has a dedicated graphics card (NVidia Quadro 6000) which is currently connected to two BENQ 27" monitors, one 4K photography monitor and one 144hz gaming monitor. I want these monitors to continue running at maximum possible performance when used with my desktop PC, so I believe I need to leave these connected through my video card. However, I also have a work laptop (Lenovo Yoga Y13 Thinkpad) which I would like to be able to switch to, and use with both my monitors, and I would like to be able to switch my keyboard, mouse (and ideally my webcam and USB speakers) between the two. I do not mind having to switch the monitor inputs (i.e. having different cables connecting the monitors to a docking station than the ones connected to my desktop… the performance of the monitors with my desktop is the main concern).
What equipment would I need, and how would I set this up, to enable this to work effectively with minimal effort of switching whilst maintaining the performance of my devices?
My monitors each have two available HDMI ports, the 4K monitor also has a spare USB-C input, and the gaming monitor has a spare DVI-D input. My monitors are both connected to my desktop graphics card using DisplayPort.
Thank you very much,