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KFA2 NVIDIA GTX 460 WHDI Video Card Goes Wireless

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I can understand why people don’t want wires with the stuff that goes to the computer. I have wired stuff because I hate lag and laggy keyboards and mice don’t work well for gaming and other things. If all you do is type on your computer, a wireless mouse and keyboard will work fine and wireless gear is what most people want.

One thing that you rarely see on a computer is a video card that is natively wireless. You can get some adapters that sit between the video card and the display to make things wireless, but a new video card from KFA2 has surfaced that skips the need for any adapters and is wireless by design. The card is called the KFA2 GTX 460 WHDI and has five antennas sticking out of the back.

Those antennas shoot the video over to your TV or monitor wirelessly to an included WHDI receiver. Other than the five antennas sticking out of the back, the video card is your average GTX 460 with the same features. It has 336 cores, a 675MHz graphics clock, a 1350Mhz processor clock, and 1800MHz memory clock. It has 1024MB of RAM and a 256-bit memory interface.

[KFA2 via Kotaku]