MCGA
By Gabriel Torres on November 17, 2005


MultiColor Graphics Array or Memory Controller Gate Array

Video standard released in 1987 by IBM which was integrated on the motherboard of PS/2 models 25 and 30 computers. It had a maximum resolution of 720 x 400 with 256 simultaneous colors. It used its own video monitor, using the same connector used by MDA, CGA and EGA video cards (female 9-pin plug).

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