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Supported operating systems starting from Windows 10. Operation on virtual machines is not guaranteed!

We do not recommend using virtual machines under MacOS or Linux (Parallels, Virtual Box, etc.). The platform is designed to run on Windows computers.

.NET Framework 4.8


The processor directly affects the speed of the platform, as well as the speed of the entire operating system.

We can never predict the scenarios in which the user's computer is used, so modern processors of comparable performance are recommended:

  •  not lower than the fourth generation Intel Core i5

  •  or AMD Ryzen at least second generation.


Processor clock frequency not lower than 2.5 GHz


RAM affects the platform's ability to load more complex charts, more liquid instruments, more charts themselves.



The platform processes a large amount of volume data, especially if tick charts, different types of charts and indicators that use tick data are used. The more charts and indicators - the more memory consumption. And vice versa.



Why? Because all calculated data, after loading a chart - are stored in RAM.


And the more liquid the instrument is - the more memory will be occupied.


That is why the minimum possible amount of memory is 8GB, and the recommended amount is 16GB and higher.



Also, it is worth considering that the operating system itself takes up RAM, and other applications (browsers, messengers, etc.).


Therefore, 16GB or more of RAM is highly recommended for the platform, as we cannot predict the user's computer usage scenarios.


In SBProX, graphics rendering takes place on the video card.

Video cards with at least Intel HD520 performance and up-to-date drivers are supported.



As a rule, there are no problems even with older cards, but if the graphics work slowly when scaling and moving, and at the same time these graphics are not loaded, then the cause may be an old and slow video card.


For the SBProX 8 platform, it is recommended to use 2k or 4k resolution, with high pixel density (Hi-DPI)



The higher the resolution, the clearer the graphics will be in the platform.


Therefore, 4k is best.



Why is resolution important?



SBProX uses graphics rendering on the graphics card, with sub-pixel anti-aliasing.


The lower the resolution, the more "blurry" the user will experience.



The use of Hi-DPI monitors is the standard for quality modern technology.



Using a resolution lower than 2k - will negatively affect the quality of the image.


It is also worth considering the diagonal of the monitor, as 2k on 27 inches and 13.3 inches is not the same.


FullHD is not recommended, and anything lower is not acceptable.

System requirements

Network (ping)

The network is an extremely important component that is responsible for the speed of platform connectivity and for the speed of downloading data from servers.



Ping is the delay in sending data packets to and from the server. Accordingly, the lower the ping, the better.



The maximum allowable pings for working with the platform are 100ms (milliseconds).


If the ping is large, then the data will arrive with a longer delay than if the ping is smaller.



The obvious cause of an unstable network: it is the occasional lack of ping.


Usually the standard normal ping is 30-60ms

Network (speed)

This parameter is as important as pings and directly affects the speed of data download and platform connection.



Download speed - speed of downloading (uploading) data to the user's computer from the server.

Upload speed - speed of sending data to the server.



Both parameters are important, but Download speed is more important.



Minimum allowable download speed (download): 50 mb/s (50 megabits per second).


Upload speed can be lower, but not less than 15 mb/s

​Network (explanation of network speed)

We, as a service, cannot control user network usage scenarios, as well as its quality.



We can only control the quality of the network on the servers.

The maximum bandwidth of each of our servers is 1 gb/s (1 gigabit per second).



How to understand the speed values:

On various speed testing sites such as - speed is always written in megabits not megabytes.



For example, a 50 mb/s network will be able to download data at 5 megabytes per second under ideal conditions.



Correspondingly, a 100 mb/s network - 10 megabytes, a 1 gb/s network - 100 megabytes per second (under ideal conditions).

Network (explanation of equipment)

Generally, you can divide the format of network usage into three categories:


  • Connection via a wi-fi router

  • Connection via a network cable directly to a computer

  • Connection via mobile internet


Connection via network cable is the fastest and most stable.

Via wi-fi - less fast and stable. Via mobile internet - depends on the coverage of the mobile network and the quality of the operator's connection.

Network (Wi-Fi routers)

This is the most common use case.


There are a lot of nuances that affect the quality and speeds of the network in this case.

  • Connection frequencies. There are two options: 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz. 2.4 GHz - depending on the mode, can give speeds from 54 to 300 mb/s. 5 GHz - from 54 to 1300 mb/s.


  • The distance of the computer from the Wi-Fi router. The farther away - the worse.


  • WAN port speed: usually either 100mb/s or 1000mb/s. However, it is important to realize that the speed provided by the provider, and the real speed of data transfer will almost never coincide. If the provider through the cable gives a maximum of 100mb/s - then the user's computer speed will be definitely lower. Everything will depend on how far from the router is the computer, if there are obstacles (walls, doors), and where the router itself is located.


  • Other devices. Other computers, phones, tablets, TVs and other equipment that "eats" speed can be connected to the same router. A network at home will be better than a network somewhere in a cafe or other public place.


  • Downloading content. For example, if a user is running a download of something, or online viewing something, the network will eventually work much slower through the Wi-Fi channel.


  • Router settings (DOS protection) - a feature on some routers that enables protection against potential DOS attacks. Enabling this feature may result in the platform not receiving a quote.


  • Other Wi-Fi networks that are nearby. This is a standard situation in apartment buildings, where there is a router in almost every room. When there are many other Wi-Fi networks around, there is interference on certain 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz channels - which has a very negative impact on the network as a whole.

Ideal conditions for a Wi-Fi network:


- A fast router with 2-4 antennas with a WAN port at 1000mb/s. (Provider should provide speed up to 1000mb/s)

- fast wi-fi adapter on a computer or laptop (preferably with support for 5 ghz)

- The distance from the router should be as short as possible, without significant obstacles

- as few connected devices as possible

- as little load as possible for downloading heavy content (e.g. torrents).

Network (connection via network cable)

This is the best and most stable connection option. Network cables come standard in two variants:


  • 4 core (2 twisted pairs). They give a maximum speed of 100mb/s


  • 8 core (4 twisted pairs). Give a maximum speed of 1000mb/s


It is preferable to have an 8-core cable of 5e standard and above, and if such a cable is connected through a wi-fi router (usually so), the LAN ports on the router should also be at 1000mb/s.

Network (mobile internet)

This option is the least preferred and we do not recommend using it.


There are many factors, but the main negative ones are poor coverage, overloaded network of the service provider, weak mobile device.


In general, this type of connection is a poor option for using the platform.


Only paid quality VPN service is allowed. Free unstable VPNs are strictly prohibited for use with the platform.

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