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 ’32M’ benchmark setting.
Super Pi’s 32M benchmark completed in just under 11 minutes which is a very respectable score for a laptop processor, let alone one from the ultra-low voltage class. 10 minutes 43 seconds is about 2 minutes off the 32M time set by a stock-clocked Core i5 3570K.