Super Pi is used by a huge audience, particularly to check stability when overclocking processors. If a system is able to calculate PI to the 2 millionth place after the decimal without mistake, it is considered to be stable in regards to RAM and CPU.
We used Super Pi’s ’16M’ benchmark setting.
Despite being paired with a 25MHz lower CPU frequency, ADATA’s 3100MHz memory sticks register a score that puts them as the test’s joint leader. One second is shaved off the time set by ADATA’s almost identical 2800MHz memory.