VGChartz via PC Online reports that with AMD's release of the 3870x2 and Nvidia's 9800GTX not performing as highly as it was touted there was one final contender for the crown Nvidia had to throw out. That contender was the 9800GX2 and it has allowed Nvidia to get back the top spot in the graphics race.
In the 9800GX2's first review, by the Japanese tech site PC Online, even with very poor beta drivers, which has poor AA/AF support and no Quad-SLI support yet, the card pushed past the 3870x2 in every test.
As you can see the 9800GX2 can even run Crysis at very playable speeds. Now could you imagine how playable Crysis will be with this card running in SLi, tri-SLI, or Quad-SLi?