Website [H]ardOCP has gotten its hands on some exclusive information and pictures of NVIDIA's upcoming GeForce 9800 GX2.
The new video card, reported to be available around the end of February, is of similar design of NVIDIA's 7950 GX2. It's basically two cards sandwiched together, with both GPUs running in SLI. And yes, with two of these cards, you'd be able to run a Quad SLI setup, for an insane amount of graphics processing power. You can't run three of these cards in a 3-Way SLI setup, however.
The video card has a one gigabyte frame buffer, and 256 stream processors. Due to these numbers, it seems reasonable to guess that the 9800 GX2 might be the pairing together of two GeForce 8800 GTS 512MB video cards.
The 9800 GX2 should offer plenty enough power to run anything that'll come out in 2008 with ease.
For more information, follow this link to HardOCP.
Pictured below: the front, then back, of this double card.