The nForce 790i chipset is due soon. It will bring single-chip PCIe 2.0 support for SLI machines, along with DDR3 and proper Intel 45nm quad-core support. Partners have been fleeing the nForce 780i chipset for several reasons, the most obvious being the short lifespan of the chipset, which is being replaced by the 790i any day now. nForce 790i will most likely make an appearance or two at CeBIT, but already the first benchmarks and overclocking results have been posted. Overclockers Kingpin and Fugger have been granted to post some information on the new flagship chipset from NVIDIA.