January 14, 2011
World’s first wireless graphics card: Nvidia’s KFA2 GeForce GTX 460 WHDI
Adding the ‘wireless’ attribute to everything seems to be the rule of the decade. This time round we see wireless graphic cards rolling out. And no, they’re not coming from a concept builder or user sketch; in fact, they are straight from the kings of the market for graphic adapters, Nvidia. The KFA2 GeForce GTX 460 WHDI will house itself outside your cabinet/case, without looking ugly. A distinct feature is the 5-aerial transmitter for HD streaming. It streams data from your PC to any device that supports a 5GHz WHDI receiver. It can be accessed at a distance of up to 100-feet. It has 1GB onboard RAM and 336CUDA cores.
Now, this is something that Nvidia didn’t even tickle us with. It’s good its here; couldn’t trust an experimenting concept builder.