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    The world's first wireless graphics card, from Nvidia. Get set for Nvidia's KFA2, a wireless GTX 460. Like me, your first thought is probably "why?" But the more I think about it, the more I think I want one. Mainly for media centre use. Picture the scenario: you have a media centre with hefty raid setup in your living room. You're playing the latest games, watching HD content and using it as a data hub for your network. It's not the smallest box in the world, and it sure isn't the quietest. So how about just sticking it in another room?


    Finally that sort of solution is viable. Paired with Blutooth and Wi-Fi remotes, controllers, network adapters and headsets, it makes sense that a box could be entirely wireless. What this means is being able to put this box in another room, a cupboard, even the roof if you care to do so - and have everything communicate with it wirelessly, even your plasma television.

    KFA2 [Nvidia]
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    • NisMoSpo
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      And the big consumer demand for this product must obviously be..........

    • Joshuayu101
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      Originally posted by NisMoSpo
      And the big consumer demand for this product must obviously be..........
      Alot of people who would like to use multiple monitors/tv's but 1 pc

    • Wrathlon
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      Actually this would be very good for screen cloning (Assuming multiple simultaneous connections are supported). If they got real fancy might even be able to connect in monitors like WiFi and setup something akin to multi-monitor setups or eyefinity without all the cables.
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