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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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+12 #1 yourma2000 2011-01-14 12:14
Definitely not the way forward, antennas everywhere :-|
 
 
+14 #2 PainPig 2011-01-14 12:56
Being a hardcore gamer, this is NOT what I want to see in the future. Any smart gamer would never go wireless as it is nothing but trouble. I hear people whining all the time about how their wireless connection got lost and they died so fast in game . I just laugh!
 
 
+6 #3 yasin 2011-01-14 13:12
how are you going to control anything on your pc from 30m away (keyboard/mouse etc)?oh yah, wires.
 
 
+9 #4 nele 2011-01-14 13:39
Well this tech isn't geared towards gamers and I agree that it's pretty cumbersome at the moment (5 aerials + receiver).

However, in a few years time it will probably be smaller, cheaper and commonplace. Obviously you're not gonna use it to connect a monitor on the top of your desk, but it will come in handy if you want to stream stuff from your PC to the TV with no hassle.

I'd need a 20m HDMI cable to connect my TV to my PC, so I'd go for it in a heartbeat...
 
 
-4 #5 Jurassic1024 2011-01-14 18:40
Quoting yourma2000:
Definitely not the way forward, antennas everywhere :-|



yea, im always tripping and sweeping around antennas. yourma200 is so smart.
 
 
-4 #6 Sodomy 2011-01-14 19:03
all you guys hating consider this:

same or similar response times. gives you the option to build a performance rig with the loudest fans you want, throw it in a cupboard and not have the listern to the whineing fans. it could make as much noise as you like you wont hear it.

but i very much doubt they will have the response times anywhere near what is required, and a 460 is too powerful for HTPCs or just browsing the web. it would be esier to run a hdmi and a couple of usb ports through the wall.
 
 
+1 #7 yasin 2011-01-14 22:04
Quoting Sodomy:
build a performance rig with the loudest fans you want, throw it in a cupboard and not have the listern to the whineing fans. it could make as much noise as you like you wont hear it.

never, ever, run a pc in a cupboard.the temps are just going to rocket.and quiet/near silent fans are hardly expensive, about £8 a pop, and a decent fan controller, you're sorted with the noise issue.
 
 
0 #8 Icaniam 2011-01-15 04:20
Newegg has the US Galaxy version listed for $500
 
 
+1 #9 romulous 2011-01-16 12:30
Great, more EMR to fry our brains with. Just dont put your kids near it !
 
 
0 #10 yourma2000 2011-01-16 20:21
Quoting Jurassic1024:
Quoting yourma2000:
Definitely not the way forward, antennas everywhere :-|



yea, im always tripping and sweeping around antennas. yourma200 is so smart.








it's not smart, it's just common sense, I would rather have one cable coming out of the back of my PC to the monitor rathers than a bunch of spider legs hanging out, especially in crossfire/SLI
 

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