Vreemde_Vent schrijft: "Het is nu officeel, de Transparent View en Wireframe View opties zitten niet in de nieuwe GeForce drivers, hoewel het nog niet uitgesloten is dat ze op de nieuwere drivers komen."
Dit is besloten nadat op het web een stormvloed van reacties los kwam, waarvan duidelijk de meerderheid negatief was. Nu komt voorlopig alleen de Extra Light feature in de drivers:
"With the recent announcement of three secret weapons - Transparent View, Wireframe View, and Extra Light - and the feedback that we have received from the gaming community, we have decided to only offer the Extra Light technology in the upcoming driver release," states Raymond Chen, Vice President of ASUS COMPUTER Int'l." A discussion forum will be created to hear feedback from the gaming community before we make our final decision on the other two technologies."
Secret Weapon: Extra Light
Extra Light is very beneficial in almost every 3D game. As seen in the differences between Figure 1 and Figure 2, users can use Extra Light to define an additional spotlight with self-defined direction, size, color, and brightness. It makes the 3D scene more bright, clear, and colorful. Using this feature will extend the GeForce2MX and Geforce2 GTS's capability to display vibrant images with real world lighting. This technology enhances the color definition in 3D games providing additional spotlight to the areas that gamers want to focus on. The end result is complete absorption in an environment that is the closest you can get to the real thing and can only be unleashed with our ASUS AGP-V7100 and AGP-V7700 series of display adapters.