Extended Video Graphics Array

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Extended Video Graphics Array (or EVGA) is a standard created by VESA in 1991 denoting a non-interlaced resolution of 1024x768 at a maximum of 70Hz refresh rate. EVGA is similar to (but is not the same as) the IBM XGA standard. The 1990s were a period of evolving standards and EVGA did not achieved wide adoption.[1]

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VESA standards:


  1. ^ "Video Display Standards". Extended Graphics Array (XGA). Archived from the original on 15 November 2018. Retrieved 17 February 2019.