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Friday, 14 January 2011 11:59

KFA2 rolls out first WHDI graphics card

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GTX 460 goes wireless
Nvidia AIB KFA2 has quietly introduced the world’s first WHDI graphics card based on Nvidia’s venerable GF104 core. Actually, it wasn’t that quiet, but we sort of missed it.

Dubbed GTX 460 WHDI, the card feature’s AMIMONS WHDI technology and allows users to stream video onto any WHDI capable device within 100 feet, or 30 meters in Europe. Of course, WHDI is still in its infancy, but this is the way of the future and we will probably see more WHDI cards soon.

The card ships with a bundled 5GHz WHDI receiver and it uses no fewer than five antennas to stream uncompressed 1080p video at 60Hz. So, for the love of God don't try to explain what it is and what it does to your girlfriend. It’s also HDCP 2.0 compliant, to make big content happy. Sadly, there is no word on pricing or availability, but we don’t expect it to come cheap.
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