KFA2 Launches a GTX 460 with WHDI Support


KFA2 GTX 460 WHDI



WHDI or Wireless Home Digital Interface is a new wireless high definition video standard that enables top-quality wireless uncompressed HD video delivery throughout the home, allowing consumers to connect any source in the home to any display (more information here).

KFA2 has released a WHDI-ready card based on the GeForce GTX 460 (336 shader cores, GPU=675MHz and mem=900MHz real speed, more details on the GTX 460 here).

This GTX 460 WHDI allows comes with 5 antennas and is able to deliver the video signal up to 30 meters.

KFA2 GTX 460 WHDI

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5 thoughts on “KFA2 Launches a GTX 460 with WHDI Support”

  1. xcbb

    It doesn’t surprises me how misguided fools think how wireless is great.

    Run from it, run like the wind you fools!

  2. Bill

    Wireless IS great because of how convenient it is. Wired will rule until the end of time but the convenience of wireless simply cannot be matched. This card here is really just a gimmick but as the technology matures and something like this can be placed in a laptop without all these crazy antennas it will kick some serious ass. Such a setup would come in very handy for me right now it’s quite a pain in the ass to connect my laptop to the TV to watch my downloaded movies. Users demand more portability/convenience.

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