Super PI is a program a lot of enthusiasts use to
benchmark overall system performance, as the program is capable of
calculating pi up to 33.55 million digits on a timer. Many overclockers
and enthusiasts are in a battle to get the lowest Super Pi times
possible. We use the 2MB test this time, as it demands quite a bit
more stability than a 1MB test. Of course, most believe using the 32MB
test is a must to prove stability.
The eVGA nForce 680i SLI 775 A1 board does very well in our SuperPi testing as well. The eVGA, ECS 680i, Asus 650i and the Foxconn Intel 975x based board all are very, very close in performance here. This is what we would expect to see on the boards at default settings.