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What is the difference between VGA, SVGA, UXGA, XGA, SXGA and HDTV?

2018-12-25 23:27:08 0

 

The terms VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA, UXGA etc., all relate to the resolution a monitor supports. 

 

The video format is the same despite the different designations and as an example a UXGA monitor can Display resolutions from VGA all the way up to UXGA. In all cases they use the same HD15 connector (below images) and VGA and SVGA cabling.

 

Regardless of what resolution a Monitor or Video Card is able to support, they are commonly referred to as just being VGA, the naming conventions listed above never really caught on with the general public and thus even the most High End 3-D Graphics card from Companies like NVIDIA or ATI will have what they term a VGA port (in addition to a DVI port in many cases) even though the card may output resolutions greater than 1920 x 1440. 

 

Some High End Monitors support resolutions up to 2048x1536 @ 79Hz, which is still part of the same Multisync format and is backwards compatible to lower resolutions. Most High End Monitor Manufacturers don't mention VGA, SVGA etc at all, they typically refer to Monitors as CRT's, LCD's or Plasma Displays and list the maximum resolution that they support and at what refresh rate.

 

The relationship is as follows:

*Legacy Resolutions no longer supported (included only for reference)

 

 

 

Description

Code

Resolution

*(Color Graphics Adapter)

CGA

320 x 200

*(Enhanced Graphics Adapter)

EGA

640 x 350

(Video Graphics Array)

VGA

640 x 480

(Super Video Graphics Array)

SVGA

800 x 600

(High Definition Television 720i/p)

HDTV

1280 x 720

(Extended Graphics Array)

XGA

1024 x 768

(Wide Extended Graphics Array)

WXGA

1366 x 768

(Super Extended Graphics Array)

SXGA

1280 x 1024

(Super Extended Graphics Array+)

SXGA+

1400 x 1050

(Wide Super Extended Graphics Array)

WSXGA

1600 x 1024

(Wide Super Extended Graphics Array+)

WSXGA+

1680 x 1050

(High Definition Television 1080i/p)

HDTV

1920 x 1080

(Ultra Extended Graphics Array)

UXGA

1600 x 1200

(Wide Ultra Extended Graphics Array)

WUXGA

1920 x 1200

(Quad Extended Graphics Array)

QXGA

2048 x 1536

(Quad Super Extended Graphics Array)

QSXGA

2560 x 2048

(Wide Quad Super Extended Graphics Array)

WQSXGA

3200 x 2048

(Quad Ultra Extended Graphics Array)

QUXGA

3200 x 2400

(Wide Quad Ultra Extended Graphics Array)

WQUXGA

3840 x 2400

(Hex Super Extended Graphics Array)

HSXGA

5120 x 4096

(Wide Hex Super Extended Graphics Array)

WHSXGA

6400 x 4096

(Hex Ultra Extended Graphics Array)

HUXGA

6400 x 4800

(Wide Hex Ultra Extended Graphics Array)

WHUXGA

7680 x 4800


 

 

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