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I just read the article and I will tell you this, it's impressive but I do not think it will be worth the cost.
From what the article says, http://184.108.40.206/search?q=cache:...38+m590k&hl=en
, the M590K (Which is obviously and clearly a Clevo) will have (2) 7800 Go's, NOT (2) 7800 Go GTX's, there is a big difference here. Yes it's going to be faster than a 7800 Go GTX single GPU equipped notebook, but not that much faster and I don't think it will be worth the cost. The reason the 7800 Go is being choosed is no doubt so power does not become an issue with the unit, a logical decision. Putting the GTX in this unit would be challenging from a power and thermal dynamics standpoint and would be quite expensive... It may happen though.
I say buy a 5720-V with a single 7800 Go GTX (Big single turbo) versus this laptop with bi-7800 Go's (Two small unsequential twin turbos). This lappy will be faster then the 7800 Go GTX as mentioned, however, I just honestly can't see the cost to benefit. Yes you can play at higher resolutions, but I guarantee this laptop WILL NOT be as fast as some people think it's going to be.
It's more of a "Look what I got" system then anything else...
PS, Power will not be an issue with this unit, a power requirement assessment is done in the engineering phase and this unit will have a proportional power supply. Battery power will be (2) batterys or one 12+ cell or the like. Again, this system will be fast and will be nice, but I won't sell my 5720-V to buy one, not worth it.
Now put (2) GTX's in this thing and I am buying it, no questions asked. That would be insane...