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VGA

IBM developed VGA in 1987 as one of the first computer video types to use analog signals. The ability to display sharper images with height color depth is something that, even today, is being constantly expanded upon. Signal type: analog.

1 Red 6 Red Return 11 ID Bit
2 Green 7 Green Return 12 ID Bit
3 Blue 8 Blue Return 13 H Sync
4 ID Bit 9 No Pin 14 V Sync
5 N/C 10 Ground 15 ID Bit
    
    
XGA/XGA-2 (IBM)
IBM developed XGA/XGA-2 (Extended Graphics Array) to provide a means to offer higher frequencies and resolutions in the VGA domain. These standards utilize software and ID bit termination to achieve these changes.
   
1 Red 6 Red Return 11 ID Bit 0
2 Green 7 Green Return 12 ID Bit 1
3 Blue 8 Blue Return 13 H Sync
4 ID Bit 2 9 No Pin 14 V Sync
5 Self Test 10 Ground 15 ID Bit 3
    
      
 
 
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