Everyone must remember the power of the card that's in their laptops. Essentially, the laptop is just too small to contain the proper thermal design that would dissipate all the heat. Because of this, the card gets hot. The 7800 series is the fastest desktop part that nVidia offers (until next week
). Even though the Go versions have very much been adapted to laptop applications, it still isn't physically enough, and that's why you have such high temps. Remember though, that the cap is 115C (on the GTX anyway), so anything under 100C is fine. While this may seem insanely hot (boiling water anyone?), the specifications are placed for a reason
. Just be glad that we at least have laptop CPUs now, instead of P4's AND these beasts
Just on a side note, I guess the 7800Go doesn't downclock on battery like the GTX does? That's unfortunate, as at 1.1v, my GTX doesn't get above 58C load.