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sokka

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Hi,

What resolution can vga support up to?
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Not 100% certain there is a max but 2048x1536 sounds familiar :)
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The connector itself has no limit, but the max res before it looks entirely too grainy to see is 2048x1536.
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It depends on what your video card supports.
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Most max out at 2560 x 1600 but, according to Newegg's specs the Sapphire 100256HDMI will do 3840 x 2400:

http://www.newegg.co...N82E16814102842


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thanks, the resolution i wanted was below that anyway
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