Overclocker "The Stilt" from Finland has managed to optimize SuperPI performance on AMD systems, and all you need to replicate the results are the patch and some liquid nitrogen.
It is widely known that AMD-based systems aren't particularly performing well with SuperPI performance. This was previously blamed on the architecture, though it now appears that this was simply a BIOS development limitation on AMD platforms.
Finnish overclocker the Stilt has managed to solve these optimization issues by using BIOS developers' guides, and increasing SuperPI performance. The result is a simple patch that can be run on both 32-bit and 64-bit installations of Windows.
The previous time record for a 32M SuperPI run on an AMD Richland chip was 18:15 -- the AMD A10-6800K managed to pull it off within 17:34 using the patch. While not a big difference in time, do consider that the A10-6800K APU was running at just 4.1 GHz as opposed to 5.0 GHz, and they have the same architecture.