The KFA2 GeForce GTX460 graphics card is the first desktop GPU that has taken things wireless. This multi-antenna’d beast can transmit HD video over thin air with WHDI, effectively creating a new bread of media centers for your home entertainment setup, or one crazy ass gaming system. Five antennas extend out the rear of the PCI Express card that will transmit 1080p 60Hz video over a 40MHz channel in the 5GHz unlicensed band.
Don’t worry, the FCC isn’t going to come after you, AMIMON has provided the wireless technology for the KFA2 and they’ve done all the paperwork. This allows you to get about 3Gbps of video across 100 feet, through all obstacles (perhaps not lead) that includes walls, beer fridges and sofas.
3D Vision, SLI and DirectX 11 support is typical for the GTX460 series. The card runs a 675MHz graphics clock, 1350MHz processor clock, an 1800MHz memory clock while packing 336 cores. Pricing and availability hasn’t been announced.