Super VGA

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4 inch Super VGA colour display with 65,536 colours, together with a 166 MHZ Pentium MMX processor and a 4.
The video requirement provides for a Super VGA display (640x480) capable of 64,000 colors.
Ethernet LANs and Super VGA monitors provided barely adequate transmission speed and display area for the data.
EXEGY requires an IBM-compatible computer with an 80386SX 16 MHz processor, 4 MB RAM and 30 MB hard disk, super VGA monitor, MPC CD-ROM drive, Microsoft compatible mouse, MS-DOS version 3.
It requires 8 MB of RAM, a hard disk, a math coprocessor, Super VGA device, and a Microsoft- or SummaSketch-compatible pointing device.
By reducing the resolution of the x-ray from diagnostic quality to "consultative" quality of 1024 by 768 by 8 bits of gray scale (1,024 by 768 by 256 bits of data) that can be presented on a standard Super VGA computer monitor, the image will pass over the 9,600 baud modem in 5.
7 million colors in VGA mode and with super VGA (SVGA) it can display 1024 x 768 pixels with 65,000 colors or 1280 x 1024 pixels with 256 colors; any limitation is in the monitor.
A good recommendation is a Super VGA monitor displaying at least 800 by 600 pixels.
VGA: An acronym for "Video Graphics Array," VGA and Super VGA (SVGA) computer displays offer high quality text characters and vivid color graphics.
Five subsystems reside on this single-slot card: a RISC microcontroller, DVI video compression hardware, an audio digital signal processor, a Super VGA controller and an Ethernet interface.