Hilbert Hagedoorn heeft zijn verslag van de CeBIT 2000 online gegooid. In het artikel schrijft hij o.a. over de stand van 3dfx, waar Full Scene Anti-aliasing op een Voodoo5 werd gedemonstreerd:
After seeing FSA on and of ... well, I must admit, it does make a huge difference, and indeed it does look much better. The good thing about FSA is that it will support every game that exists. You won't need to upgrade your games with patches or whatever. It's simply a new hardware feature.
Next platform, the PC. 3dfx had connected two PC's through a network together running a special Quake III arena version that supports FSA and Motion Blur. Now, the Motion Blur looks really cool. It's a very neat movie effect. Have you seen the Matrix (of course you did) Do you remember the scene on the roof where they dodge bullets ? That was motion blur. PC1 was running a Voodoo 5 5000 in 800x600x32 pixels, PC 2 was running a Voodoo 3 3000 in 1024x768x16. With FSA PC1 was looking by far better.