Video Graphics Array (VGA) is a standard for computer graphics displays, originally implying a resolution of 640×480 pixels, commonly used to describe VESA standard resolutions. Current variations of VGA (SVGA, WXGA, WUXGA, etc.) can resolve up to 1920 x 1200.
The term VGA is commonly used to refer to any analog computer display standard. VGA uses a 15-pin HD-15 connector, with 5 coaxial cables for red, green, blue, horizontal sync, and vertical sync signals. DVI-A and DVI-I connections can also be used to support VGA signals.

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