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Video Bandwidth - Definition

Video Bandwidth refers to a monitor's ability to refresh the screen. High bandwidths allow more information to be painted across the display in a given amount of time, which translates into support for higher resolutions and higher refresh rates. Lower bandwidths result in flickering, ringing artifacts, and ghosting. To calculate the bandwidth of a monitor, measured in megahertz, or MHz, multiply the horizontal resolution by the vertical resolution, and then multiply the product of the two figures by the refresh rate. For example, 1024 x 768 x 75 = 58.982 MHz.


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