Somewhere someone copies the specs for Nforce as the chipset. It'd have to be of course to support SLI now wouldn't it
However I think a single 7900 GO GTX will probably leave 2 7800 GO standard editions in the dust, and the G80M that might come in a few months after the 7900GO is going to be a barnbuster.
I suspect heavily that the Turion involved in this machine is of the new dual core DDR2 based design so performance is likely to be absolutely stellar on this machine.
Could be fun and the response time FINALLY matches a gaming laptops target market, but the res is a bit low. Oh well, lots of improvements and just a few detractions. Price at 5k is steep imo.