PCPerspective: Not long ago Galaxy asked if I was interested in reviewing a new GTX 460 graphics card they were working on. After having my hands more probably a dozen or so SKUs based on that GPU from several card vendors, I was hesitant and asked if there was anything on this model that would really make it any different than the previous ones to pass through the PC Perspective offices. "Most certainly," came the reply and the idea of a high-performance NVIDIA graphics card with support for a wireless HDMI/video standard supporting uncompressed 1080p/60Hz video with near zero latency was detailed. Thus was born the Galaxy GeForce GTX 460 WHDI.
KFA2 (a Galaxy sub-brand) has unveiled a new version of the GeForce GTX 460 that eliminates the need for display cables. The card utilizes WHDI (Wireless Home Digital Interface) and transmits video signals from five antennas over the 5GHz band to the included WHDI receiver, which is connected to your desktop monitor or HDTV.