That doesn't prove anything yet. How can you judge a card when it's not even run on the correct platform (DX10.)
Those benchies are suspect to say the least. I mean, how is it that a single 8800GTX beats the SLI version?
I don't know what they have been smoking/drinking, but to pusblish these kinds of results is unprofessional.
Drivers are not optimized yet, the platform is incorrect, etc. The 3DMark scores speak for themselves.
Plus, from the conclusion from Anandtech, whose benchies were shown in that link (SAME article, I'd guess you better take the time to read it all):
Originally Posted by Anandtech
A single GeForce 8800 GTX is more powerful overall than a 7900 GTX SLI configuration and even NVIDIA's mammoth Quad SLI. Although it's no longer a surprise to see a new generation of GPU outperform the previous generation in SLI, the sheer performance we're able to attain because of G80 is still breathtaking.
Architecturally, G80 is a gigantic leap from the previous generation of GPUs. It's the type of leap in performance that's akin to what we saw with the Radeon 9700 Pro, and given the number of 9700 Pro-like launches we've seen, they are rare. Like 9700 Pro, we are able to enable features that improve image quality well beyond the previous generation, and we are able to run games smoothly at resolutions higher than we could hope for. And, like 9700 Pro, the best is yet to come.