Extended Video Graphics Array

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Extended Video Graphics Array

(hardware, graphics)
(EVGA) A display standard introduced by VESA in 1991.

It offers a maximum resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels (non-interlaced) and a 70 Hz refresh rate.

EVGA should not be confused with the older EGA (Enhanced Graphics Array) or XGA (eXtended Graphics Array).

eXtended Video Graphics Array

(XVGA) A display standard with a resolution of 1024 by 768 pixels of 256 colours. IBM call this mode "8514".

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