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Thursday, January 13, 2011

Wireless GTX 460 Outputs 1080p Without a Single Video Port

Having trouble deciding which video interface to use on your graphics card? If picking between DVI, HDMI and DisplayPort feels like too much of a hassle, Nvidia partner Galaxy may have a card for you. The KFA2 GTX 460 WHDI whisks away such distractions and replaces them with five antennas that can transmit 60Hz 1080p video from your computer straight to a monitor with an attached receiver.

The cord-free solution works from up to 100 feet away--with a quality keyboard and mouse, you could do all your computing with a desktop tower tucked away in a closer or another room.

“WHDI” stands for Wireless Home Digital Interface. The wireless video solution supports HDCP for protected content and operates on the unlicensed 5GHz band. Wireless capabilities aside, it’s a regular Nvidia GTX 460 underneath with a gigabyte of video memory. Galaxy is also launching the first single-slot GTX 460 card, the Razor, with powerful cooling and performance equal to the standard GTX 460 despite its form.

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