VGA Cable

VGA Cable

VGA is super old. Video Graphics Array is a format that has been around since the days of CRT monitors and has been faded out in most instances in the home. You'll only really be able to achieve a maximum resolution of 1920x1080 and many modern graphics cards don't even have VGA ports anymore (though your motherboard may have one for diagnostic and backup purposes).
1080p isn't the ceiling for VGA in a technical sense, however. Depending on connectors and cabling, it's possible to achieve higher resolutions, but at reduced quality compared to other interfaces. Luckily, if you happen to be stuck with a VGA output on a motherboard or input on an older monitor, there are converters available that takes the VGA format and turns it into a more widely supported HDMI or DisplayPort.

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