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VGA feature connector
VGA feature connectorA point-to-point channel used to transfer video signals between two video controllers, typically between the graphics card and a video capture or TV board. Using an 8-bit data path, it provides 40 Mbytes/sec bandwidth. The port is a 26-pin male connector or a 26-pin (13 per side) edge connector at the top of the VGA board. See VESA Advanced Feature Connector.
|The VGA feature connector is either a 26-pin male connector on the chip side of the VGA card or a 26-pin (13 pins on each side) edge connector on the top edge. Feature connectors were found only on a select number of graphics cards.|
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