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I've got a handful of VGA video cables. Is there a way to know which (if any) are UXGA cables? Is there a certain marking on the cable jacket I should look for, besides "UXGA" of course :) ?

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Although "VGA" technically means 800x600 resolution, the term "VGA cable" does not connote the resolution that the cable supports.

All your VGA cables should support UXGA (and higher) resolution.

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800x600 is actually SVGA; 640x480 is VGA – Nick T Jan 24 '13 at 22:19

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