Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 37477
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5/3     auto'ización necesito una clase del refresco en siglas. Po' favo'
        \_ CGA, los años 80: 320x200x4 (256000 pedacitos)
        \_ EGA, 1985s, dig dis: 320x200x16 (1024000 pedacitos)
        \_ MGA,
        \_ VGA, los años 90: 640x480x16 (4915200 pedacitos)
        \_ SVGA, 1995: 1024x768x16 (12582912)
        \_ XGA????: 1024x768
        \_ SXGA????: 1280x1024
        \_ SXGA+????: 1400x1050
        \_ WSXGA+ 2005: 1680x1050x(2^32)el google justo del
        \_ para el xga del wikipedia y chasca encendun dido el acoplamiento de
        \_ UXGA: 1600x1200
        \_ WUXGA: 1920x1200
        \_ http, dig dis://http://www.i386.info/vidres.htm
           http, dig dis://en.  'S coo', bro.wikipedia.  Sheeeiit.o'g/wiki/Compu\
ter_display_standard
        \_ WQUXGA: 3840X2400panel de la IBM T221 LCD del
                \_, 4 solo acoplamiento DVI requerido. - hachael
           \_ conserva (la 2004/2005) resolución modernas de la manija de
              (wid puesto al día, los etc), o usted tienen que comprar
              cards some sa' compatibles con éstos 'eshibiciones?el
        \_ ah' piensa que deben apenas parar el usar de estas siglas. Es
           confusin'. ¿Po' qué no apenas utilice los números directamente?¿
        \_ OMGWTFGA???
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www.i386.info/vidres.htm
Video Resolutions What the hell do all those cryptic letters about video displays mean? The more pixels your sc reen displays, the more stuff you can cram onscreen. Of course, as you p ack more pixels into the same area, all those pixels get smaller... To prevent normal people from understanding what all of us geeks are babb ling about, the Geek High Council (in conjunction with the Freemasons an d the Trilateral Commission) created a set of specifications for differe nt monitor resolutions. Here are the usual screen sizes, in pixels, for each of these specifications: * VGA - 640 X 480 * SVGA - 800 X 600 * XGA - 1024 X 768 * QVGA - 1280 X 960 * SXGA+ - 1400 X 1050 * UXGA - 1600 X 1200 * QXGA - 2048 X 1536 * QSXGA+ - 2800 X 2100 * QUXGA - 3200 X 2400 The settings above all have an aspect ratio of 4:3.