VGA, DVI, S-Video and other video connectors pinouts
The VESA feature connector (VFC) is a connector on videocards that was used in past to transfer video data from the card to another device, made by VESA.

The connector was defaultly supplied with every videocard, until 2003 year. The VESA feature connector has 8 pixel data bits. In other words, the VESA feature connector is (only) capable of transmitting in 8-bit (256 colors).

Pin Name Description
2PD0DAC Pixel Data Bit 0 (PB)
4PD1DAC Pixel Data Bit 1 (PG)
6PD2DAC Pixel Data Bit 2 (PR)
8PD3DAC Pixel Data Bit 3 (PI)
10PD4DAC Pixel Data Bit 4 (SB)
12PD5DAC Pixel Data Bit 5 (SG)
14PD6DAC Pixel Data Bit 6 (SR)
16PD7DAC Pixel Data Bit 7 (SI)
18CLKDot Clock
20-BLKDAC Blanking
22HSYNCHorizontal Sync
24VSYNCVertical Sync
1GNDGround
3GNDGround
5GNDGround
26GNDGround
7 External Pixel Data EN
9 External H/V SY BL EN
11 External Dot Clock
13n/cNot used
15GNDGround
17GNDGround
19GNDGround
21GNDGround
23n/cNot used
25n/cNot used
26 pin IDC male connector layout
26 pin IDC male connector
at the Video card
According to 5 reports in our database (2 positive and 0 negative) this pinout should be correct.

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Source(s) of this and additional information: Connecting TFT to VESA feature connector manual
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