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VGA

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What is VGA?

AVideo Graphics Array(VGA)


connector is a three-row 15-pin DE-
15 connector. The 15-
pinVGAconnector was provided on
many video cards, computer
monitors, laptop computers,
projectors, and high definition
television sets.
Meaning of VGA


Abbreviation of video graphics array,
a graphics display system for PCs
developed by IBM.VGAhas become one
of the de facto standards for PCs. In text
mode,VGAsystems provide a resolution
of 720 by 400 pixels. In graphics mode,
the resolution is either 640 by 480 (with
.16 colors) or 320 by 200 (with 256 colors)
what is the purpose of a VGA port?

In its simplest sense, aVGA(Video


Graphics Array)portis a 15-pin, D-
subminiature styleportusually
located on the back or side of a
laptop computer or the back of a
desktop system. Users employVGA
portsto transfer analog video
signals from one machine to another
usingVGAcables.
Is a VGA signal digital or analog?

To do this, it is necessary to pass


theVGAsignal through a converter,
which will take theVGA
analogvideo signal and the stereo
audio signals and convert them
intodigitalsignals which can then
be sent out across a HDMI cable for
connection to a monitor with a HDMI
connector.
What is the resolution of VGA?

Video Graphics Array (VGA) refers


specifically to the display hardware
first introduced with the IBM PS/2 line
of computers in 1987, but through its
widespread adoption has also come
to mean either an analog computer
display standard, the 15-pin D-
subminiature VGA connector or
the640x480resolution itself
What is difference between DVI and
VGA?
With televisions, HDMI is the most
common connector. But if you want
to connect a computer to your TV (or
you've got a new computer monitor),
the options tend to be HDMI,
DisplayPort,DVI, and sometimes old-
schoolVGA.
What does VGA mean on a computer?

Stands for "Video Graphics Array."


It is the standard monitor or display
interface used in most PCs.
Therefore, if a montior is VGA-
compatible, it should work with most
new computers. The VGA standard
was originally developed by IBM in
1987 and allowed for a display
resolution of 640x480 pixels.
What is the VGA card?

A videocard(also called a
displaycard, graphicscard, display
adapter or graphics adapter) is an
expansioncardwhich generates a
feed of output images to a display
(such as a computer monitor). ...
Graphiccards. Connects to.
Motherboard via one of: ISA
hat is the difference between a VGA
and HDMI cable?
HDMIis really best for connecting a
PC to an HDTV. Consequently, I'd go
with a DVI cable. That'll give you a
pure digital signal (VGAis analog)
and a much sharper picture at higher
resolutions. Your Dell ST2210 has a
native resolution of 1,920 x 1,080,
which you can and should use.
Can VGA cable carry sound?

Assuming you have a port on your TV


(it's usually used for a PC source) you
just need a standardVGAcable to
connect to your TV. This
portdoesnotcarry soundso you'll
need a separate cable tocarry
sounddepending on what your PC
and TV offer