Why they are running SuperPi on a multicore system!?!? Last I knew, SuperPi was not multithreaded... so the extra cores do very little to lower the time. To lower the time in the SuperPi test, you need to raise the speed of the CPU. There is one test you can do with SuperPi to show off the benefit of 4 cores... kick off 4 SuperPi's at the same time and do the same on a single or dual core system. The quad system should finish all 4 tests far sooner then the single or dual core systems.
Oh... and just as I question running SuperPi on this system, what is up with Aquamark? That is one OLD test and I doubt it is multi-threaded???