Color Graphics Adapter


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Color Graphics Adapter

(hardware, graphics)
(CGA) One of IBM's earliest hardware video display standards for use in IBM PCs. CGA can display 80*25 or 40*25 text in 16 colors, 640*200 pixels of graphics in two colors or 320*200 in four colors (IBM PC video modes 0-6). It is now obsolete.
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These packages require a color graphics adapter (CGA) or an enhanced graphics adapter (EGA) to operate.
SVGA/256 color graphics adapter (800 x 600, High Color