I have a totally avarage looking VGA cable with totally average HD-15/DE-15 male D-sub connectors on both end, however the label on it states, that it is an "SVGA cable".
I know that VGA is also the name of the 640x480 resolution and SVGA is for 800x600, so I would assume that they named it for a reason, and if my logic is correct than in this case they try to tell me that this cable "supports" 800x600 resolution, but this sounds ridiculous. Every kind of "VGA" (SVGA, QGA, SXGA) works on a regular VGA cable, aren't them? Those are analog signals on the same pins on the same wire. Am I correct?
So, how does an SVGA cable differ from a VGA cable? Is it just a marketing term?