Super Video Graphics Array

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Super Video Graphics Array definition

(SVGA) A video display standard created by VESA for IBM PC compatible personal computers. The resolution is 800 x 600 4-bit pixels. Each pixel can therefore be one of 16 colours.
See Video Graphics Array.
[Is there a palette? Standard document? Adapter, Adaptor, or Array?]

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