What Is Svga. 1280 x 1024 Super Extended Graphics Array SXGA. 800 x 600 High Definition Television 720ip HDTV.
SVGA supports 800 x 600 resolution or 480000 pixels. Super Visual Graphics Array SVGA or Super VGA is an umbrella term for a wide array of graphic standards that followed the VGA standard set by IBM in 1987. It features a screen resolution of 800x600 pixels.
It displays a maximum of 256 colours at a time from the 262 144 colours collection.
Nowadays SVGA is often used to refer to the 800600 display resolution while XGA refers to the 1024768 resolution. 1400 x 1050 Wide Super Extended Graphics Array WSXGA. 1024 x 768 Wide Extended Graphics Array WXGA. A super video graphic array SVGA cable carries analog signals and supports resolutions up to and including 800 x 600.