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3DMark Benchmarks Basic

3DMark Benchmarks Basic/Profes sional/Advan ced Edition RePack by KpoJIuK 1.0 x86 x64 [2013, ENG + RUS]

3DMark Benchmarks Basic/Professional/Advanced Edition RePack by KpoJIuK Год/Дата Выпуска. 2013

Версия. 1.0

Разрядность. 32bit, 64bit

Язык интерфейса. Английский + Русский

Таблэтка. Вылечено

Минимальные требования для запуска пакета:

DirectX 11-совместимая видеокарта (поддержка всех аппаратных возможностей, Direct3D 11 не обязательна)

Операционная система: Windows Vista, Windows 7 или Windows 8

Двухъядерный процессор с тактовой частотой от 1,8 ГГц

2 гигабайта оперативной памяти (рекомендуется 4 ГБ)

Около 3 гигабайт свободного места на накопителе

Описание. Русская/английская зарегистрированная версия! 3-в-1 Одним из самых известных производителей тестовых пакетов является компания Futuremark, и прежде всего это относится к тестам 3D-производительности. Почему именно эти тесты столь распространены? Кроме симпатичной графики и применения современных технологий, одними из базовых требований к 3D-бенчмарку можно назвать простоту тестирования и хорошую повторяемость результатов. Этим требованиям пакет в целом удовлетворяет. Пользователю проще скачать на cwer.ws и запустить 3DMark, чем протестировать несколько игр и получить усредненную оценку. Хороший 3D-тест должен максимально соответствовать нагрузке и технологиям современных игр и проектов ближайшего будущего. В то же время, вышедшие игры зачастую слишком просты для современных GPU, особенно с учетом широкого распространения мультиплатформенных проектов.

Futuremark разрабатывает свои тесты с учетом мнения таких компаний, как NVIDIA и AMD, прислушиваясь ко всем понемногу с переменным успехом, поэтому и бенчмарки у них получаются сравнительно честными, без явного уклона в чью-либо сторону. Поскольку 3DMark широко используется пользователями и производителями, база данных результатов содержит цифры с миллионов разных систем. Эта особенность делает данный тестовый пакет очень удобным для сравнения производительности относительно других систем, в том числе при разгоне, и нередко используется оверклокерами. Да и специализированная пресса считает 3DMark одним из обязательных тестов для своих материалов, даже с учетом наличия игровых приложений.

3DMark существует в трех версиях: бесплатная Basic Edition, Advanced Edition и Professional Edition. Даже в бесплатной Basic Edition доступны все тесты, но только при стандартных настройках — без возможности их изменения. А также нет поддержки режима Extreme для теста Fire Strike. То есть в этой версии доступен запуск трех тестов в настройках по умолчанию, а результаты показываются на специальной HTML-странице только при активном интернет-соединении.

3DMark Basic Edition включает:

три теста: Ice Storm, Cloud Gate и Fire Strike;

возможность тестирования на любом аппаратном обеспечении от планшетов до ПК;

простоту использования;

бесплатную учётную запись для публикации и сравнения результатов.

3DMark Advanced Edition включает:

возможность запуска тестов по отдельности;

разблокированные пресеты Fire Strike Extreme;

изучение предельной производительности ПК при текущих настройках;

возможность повторения цикла для повышения стабильности;

автосохранение результатов тестирования оффлайн.

3DMark Professional Edition включает:

лицензию для коммерческого использования;

автоматизацию посредством командной строки;

инструмент настройки качества изображения:

опция приватных оффлайн результатов;

экспорт результатов в XML.

Вполне логично, что минимальные требования для запуска Windows-версии 3DMark включают операционную систему, начиная с Windows Vista (с установкой обновления DirectX 11 platform update), Windows 7 и Windows 8 также поддерживаются. Требования 3D-тестов к процессору невелики по современным меркам — достаточен любой двухъядерный CPU AMD или Intel с частотой от 1,8 ГГц. Минимальный объем оперативной памяти равен 2 ГБ, но рекомендуется от 4 ГБ (при нынешней цене модулей ОЗУ эта рекомендация также вполне оправдана), а дисковой памяти требуется около 3 ГБ.

Самое важное тут — поддержка аппаратных возможностей DirectX видеокартой. Минимальное требование к GPU включает Direct3D9-совместимость, но для запуска всех тестов потребуется видеоядро с поддержкой Direct3D11 и хотя бы 1 ГБ видеопамяти. Минимальный уровень поддержки DirectX 9 включает поддержку шейдеров версии Shader Model 3.0, наличие минимум 128 МБ видеопамяти и драйверы WDDM 1.1. Последнее требование отметает, к примеру, видеокарты серии Radeon X1000, для которых просто не существует драйверов WDDM 1.1. Таким образом, минимальными видеокартами для 3DMark являются серия AMD Radeon HD 2000 (запускаются два теста: Ice Storm и Cloud Gate), серия NVIDIA GeForce 7000 (только Ice Storm) и встроенное видеоядро Intel GMA X4500 (только Ice Storm).

В зависимости от подтеста 3DMark отличаются и требования к объему видеопамяти. Так, Ice Storm требует 128 МБ локальной видеопамяти, тест Cloud Gate требует уже 256 МБ, Fire Strike в обычном режиме использует 1 ГБ видеопамяти, а в экстремальном режиме «Extreme» — и вовсе 1,5 ГБ памяти и от 4 ГБ ОЗУ. И хотя на системах, имеющих видеокарты с меньшим количеством видеопамяти, тесты могут запуститься, но они покажут слишком низкую производительность.

Особенности версии:

Тип: установка

Языки: мульти, есть русский [Loginvovchyk]

Лечение: проведено

Ключи командной строки:

Тихая установка русской Basic-версии: /BRU

Тихая установка русской Advanced-версии: /ARU

Тихая установка русской Professional-версии: /PRU

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    3D Benchmark - Video card speed test

    3D Benchmark - Video card test

    3D Graphics technology has come on in leaps and bounds over the last few years and this test measures how fast 3D images can be created and displayed.

    Microsoft provides a set of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) called DirectX, which allow developers to create games and other high-performance multimedia applications. DirectX provides support for two-dimensional (2-D) and three-dimensional (3-D) graphics, sound effects, music, input devices, and networked applications such as multiplayer games.

    The Advanced 3D Graphics Test has been designed to benchmark the how well your video card performs when using the most common features of DirectX. It renders a number of scenes to the screen in windowed or full screen mode. As such, PerformanceTest requires DirectX version 9 or above. With an extra DirectX 10 test being available if you have Vista and a DirectX10 compatible video card.

    Apart from individual graphics card speeds and abilities, the test illustrates a single video card's drop in performance as the rendered scene becomes more complex. A scene with more objects, more textures and more DirectX features implemented may well look more impressive, but will more than likely result in a reduction in frame rate

    Many of the rendering options for the scene can be selected by the user.

    • A "Bouncing balls test" or a 'game like' "Terrain and water test".
    • Whether Vertex Shader and Pixel Shader effects are applied to the "Terrain and water test" (only available on newer graphics cards).
    • The number of objects displayed in the test.
    • Whether the scene is lighted or not and the option to choose specular lighting (Specular lighting gives the objects an appearance of being 'shiny').
    • Whether random alpha blending is used to give some objects a sense of transparency.
    • The choice of a wireframe mode.
    • Control over how the objects are moved - Rotation, and/or movement in each direction (X, Y and Z).
    • The screen mode and resolution.
    • No texturing, a single texture or multi-textured to be applied on objects.
    • The duration to carry out the test for.

    3D Benchmarking - Understanding Frame Rate Scores

    3D Benchmarking -<BR>Understanding Frame Rate Scores Introduction

    Already quite a while ago I saw the urgent need to clarify the situation and status of 3D-benchmarking as a tool to evaluate 3D-accelerator chips and cards. Except for the crazy Rambus-hype, there's hardly any other area in the PC-testing scene where as much wrong information, misunderstanding and false conclusions are published as in the 3D-arena. The reason is quite simple and reminds me a bit of my medical practice. Everybody who is using 3D-cards and particularly the so-called 'hard core gamers' are convinced they know lots about 3D graphics, simply because they are using it. It's just the same as all those people who give medical advices or who think they can tell their doctors what kind of medical treatment he should give them, simply because everybody thinks he knows something about medicine, due to the fact that everyone has a body and some kind of experiences with diseases or injuries. The generalization of those experiences is typically human and I don't blame anybody for it, but I'd like to point out that it can have very damaging effects. Adding to the confusion is what we doctors call third-hand or tertiary literature, the typical 'medical advice columns ' that you find in any rainbow/yellow press magazine. The same holds true for hardware websites. 3D is hip and even though the knowledge isn't deep, it's still good to write about it.

    3D Games Have Become the Common 3D Benchmark Applications

    Today it has finally become common to use 3D-games or at least game-like 3D-scenes as benchmarks for 3D chips and cards. The traditionally most commonly used software for 3D benchmarking is Id's Quake-family, consisting of Quake, Quake 2 and Quake 3 Arena. However, Quake's archenemy Unreal and now Unreal Tournament have also become some kind of benchmark standard, because Unreal Tournament's graphic engine is simply the best looking on the market. Benchmarking with either of the two produces very different results however.

    When you run Quake 3 or Unreal Tournament as 3D benchmark your system is under heavy demand. The processor has to do a lot of work and so has the 3D card. While the processor's performance is impacted by the motherboard chipset and the memory, the 3D chip is impacted by its video or onboard memory as well. This makes 3D-benchmarks so beautiful; they test almost every component of your system except for the mass storage devices like the hard drive and CDROM. Unfortunately a 3D benchmark is only producing one number, called the 'frame rate'. This number can only express the complete 'unity' of all the system devices listed above. It's more difficult to pinpoint components with 3D-benchmarks, but it is possible. Let's list the three most important factors on the frame rate score of a 3D-benchmark:

    3DMark в Steam

    Holiday Beta Invitation

    We have a special update for you to end the year. Starting today, the 3DMark Holiday Beta is your chance to try some of the new features coming to 3DMark in 2016.

    Explore classic 3DMark scenes in VR

    Join the Holiday Beta and experience an interactive preview of VRMark. our upcoming virtual reality benchmark. In this exclusive preview, you can move freely within one of VRMark's test environments. Get up close to four classic 3DMark scenes in VR with Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. But don't worry if you don't have a headset. The VRMark Preview works with your monitor too. The VRMark preview is for entertainment only. It does not produce a score.

    Try 3DMark's new interface for 2016

    3DMark grows bigger every year with new tests. Since launch, we've added Fire Strike Ultra, Sky Diver, and the API Overhead feature test. With more tests coming soon, we've created a new UI for 2016 that's faster, more flexible and more intuitive. The new Home screen shows the recommended benchmark for your system. No more guessing which benchmark is right for your PC. You can install and run other tests from the Benchmarks screen.

    More flexibility, faster downloads, smaller updates

    We've also rebuilt the internals of the 3DMark app. You can now download, install and update benchmarks independently. This makes the initial download much smaller. And it means you can choose to install only the tests you need. Say goodbye to massive downloads with every update.

    How to join the 3DMark Holiday Beta

    The beta is open to everyone who owns the paid version of 3DMark on Steam. Sorry, demo users. To join the beta, follow the steps in our community post.

    The benchmarks have not changed. You can use the Holiday Beta to test your PC and compare scores as usual. You can leave the beta and revert to the public version of 3DMark at any time.

    How to give feedback and report problems

    For any issues with the new interface, or with the VRMark Preview, please add a reply to this post in the 3DMark Steam Community. For a list of known issues, click here.

    You can get support for any other 3DMark problems through our support page and in the 3DMark community on Steam.

    Happy holidays

    From all of us at Futuremark, thank you for a great year. See you in 2016!

    4 3D Benchmark Software For Windows 10

    4 3D Benchmark Software For Windows 10

    Here’s a list of 4 3D benchmark software that you can use on your Windows 10 powered desktop or tablet to determine its 3D performance. Benchmark software is one of the most important things that people should look at when determining if a certain machine is worth buying. Having high enough scores in video benchmarks means that hardware is good enough to handle all the more demanding modern gaming titles. Such PCs will also be fast and snappy when browsing the web, writing documents or doing other slight more demanding tasks, like watching full HD or 4k video.

    Let’s look at these software below.

    3DMark is a very popular 3D benchmark software that’s been with us for a long time. There’s still no version that fully supports the new DirectX 12 that comes shipped with the Windows 10, but seeing how the latest version installed and ran just fine on my technical preview installation you will get at least some idea how good your hardware is using older versions of DirectX.

    Once Windows 10 comes out you can expect to see 3DMark taking full advantage of DirectX 12.Same thing is true for other 3D benchmark software that I covered. To run the test, run the app, setup everything to your liking and hit the start button. How good the results are depends primarily on how good your rig is.

    NovaBench covers much more than just the 3D video graphics benchmark of your Windows 10 powered PC. It also tests CPU, RAM and hard disk performance.

    Each type of hardware is tested separately. Image above shows the 3D benchmark running. At the end of the test you’re presented with the results and are even able to share them online with others to see how well you PC compares to other people who used NovaBench.

    PCMark is another very popular benchmark software, you might even heard of it at some point by now. It’s basically like 3DMark, the same team is behind it, only it extends it’s testing to other components.

    PCMark covers not just graphics, but also all the other PC components, CPU, memory, hard disk and tests them, just like NovaBench does. Use it if you liked 3DMark, and would like to be able to test other hardware with a software similar to it.

    SiSoftware Sandra Lite

    Sandra is another all around benchmark software, which runs on Windows 10 just fine. It’s not just for benchmarking, there’s also a component for viewing the hardware specifications of your PC.

    Another useful feature of SiSoft Sandra is the support for stress tests, which will keep important components of you computer under load to see how good they are working. This can come in handy when replacing faulty hardware, to see if everything works properly afterwards. Use the “Benchmark” tab to start preforming tests.

    Conclusion

    I almost always use 3DMark, the first 3D benchmark software from the list. Others also worked OK, and SiSoftware Sandra Lite has lots of other useful features. Let me know which benchmark software you use the most by leaving a comment down below.

    The 5 Best Free Benchmark Programs for Windows

    The 5 Best Free Benchmark Programs for Windows

    There are many tools that promise to optimize or speed up your Windows computer. but how can you make sure the software did what it promised? Confirmation bias can make it very, very hard to simply “eyeball” your computer’s speed because you’ll usually want to confirm that your efforts made an impact. This can be a problem as your computer ages. If you have no objective way of knowing how fast your computer is you won’t be able to figure out which optimizations work and which don’t.

    Downloading free benchmark testing software will give you a firm, objective way of judging the performance of your computer. As you make adjustments to your computer you can see how much, or how little, impact the changes have had.

    SiSoft Sandra Lite

    Sandra stands for System Analyzer, Diagnostic and Reporting Assistant. It is a fully-featured benchmark suite which is aimed at users who are very well informed about the inner workings of their computers and for businesses which need to perform a detailed analysis on multiple computers. SiSoft Sandra kindly offers a free version of the software.

    The benchmark tests available in SiSoft Sandra  are jaw-dropping. Want to test your computer’s memory bandwidth? No problem. Want to benchmark network performance? Sure. Want to benchmark your computer’s power efficiency? Yes, Sandra does that as well. Chances are that you’ll come across one or two benchmarks in SiSoft Sandra which benchmark hardware you didn’t even know existed.

    Another useful feature of SiSoft Sandra is its online reference database. Let’s say, for example, that you decide to benchmark your processor. SiSoft Sandra will benchmark your processor and then compare your performance to five other similar processors to give you a better idea of how an upgrade may or may not help you. This is something that only SiSoft Sandra offers, and it is incredibly useful.

    Futuremark’s Suite: 3DMark / PCMark / Peacekeeper

    Futuremark is a software company which offers a wide variety of computer benchmarks considered among the best in the world. Chances are that any review of a desktop or laptop computer you’ve ever read has, at some point, quoted 3DMark or PCMark figures in the performance section.

    The latest versions of 3DMark and PCMark are available for free use on a limited basis. Downloading the free version won’t let you custom-tailor any of the benchmark parameters, but that functionality is unnecessary to test your personal computer’s performance after a tweak. 3DMark focuses on gaming, while PCMark focuses on all elements of a computer’s performance.

    Another, newer bench worth mention is Peacekeeper. This is a browser benchmark rather than a downloadable app, and it’s mostly used to compare the speed of various browsers. But it can also be used to see if tweaks to a browser, like add-ons, improve or hinder performance.

    Unigine Benchmarks

    Unigine is a commercial game engine designed to make multi-platform development easy. The company offers free benchmarks rendered in its game engine as a way to promote its product. Currently there are four benchmarks, all of which are entirely free or have a free version.

    The most well-known among the four is Heaven, a benchmark that taxes video cards through the use of DirectX 11 techniques and extensive tessellation. Many professional reviewers use the Heaven benchmark as the standard for judging tessellation performance, so there are many online results that provide perspective for those reached by your own computer.

    Also of interest is the newer Valley benchmark, a GPU stress-test that uses state-of-the-art graphics to push video cards to their limits. It looks beautiful and also provides excellent hardware feedback via per-frame GPU temperature and clock speed monitoring.

    One of the most popular free gaming benchmarks in existence, FRAPS  is different from all of the other free benchmark testing software on this list because it is the only non-synthetic benchmark. Rather than putting your computer through a series of tests which are designed to judge its overall performance, FRAPS records how your computer actually performs.

    FRAPS does this by capturing information about how many frames per second your computer is producing while in games. A higher number of frames per second is always preferable and results in smoother gameplay. FRAPS will work with any game, from World of Warcraft to Crysis 3, and it is capable of both displaying your current frame rates in real-time on your screen and recording the frame rate data to a log file.

    FRAPS’s benchmarking functionality is completely free. FRAPS does have a paid version, but the features unlocked in the paid version of FRAPS are not needed to judge performance of your personal computer and mostly focus on recording in-game action.

    Hard drive performance has become an important part of overall system performance. The latest solid state drives vastly outperform their mechanical predecessors, and there are significant performance gaps between different types and brands of SSD.

    HD Tune is designed to tease out these differences through a simulated read/write cycle that measured maximum, average and minimum transfer rates along with access times and burst data rates. The tool provides an objective measurement that can be used to compare different drives, and the benchmark generally needs just a couple minutes to do its work.

    As with many other free benchmark testing software programs, a paid version is available, but isn’t needed for the simple before-and-after testing you’d perform to judge your own system.

    Which To Choose?

    The benchmark you use will depend on what you want to benchmark. The Peacekeeper benchmark is perfect for judging a browser, but not great for judging a system’s overall performance. 3DMark is awesome for graphics, but won’t help if you want to test one specific game. All of these benchmarks have use because they provide different data.

    What results did you see when you ran these benchmarks? Let us know in the comments.

    Unigine Heaven 3

    Thireus' Bl0g Unigine Heaven 3.0 for MacOS X – 3D Benchmark your HackinTosh!

    Unigine Heaven 3.0 is out for MacOS X. We finally have a good 3D benchmark software on Mac!

    You can download Unigine Heaven from this page: https://unigine.com/products/heaven/download/. Downloads are available for Windows, Linux and now OSX!

    Today I benchmarked my NVIDIA ENGTX480 and AMD HD6870 graphics cards. These two very powerful graphics cards (PassMark High End Video Card Chart ) are plugged into my HackinTosh build and connected to two different Full HD 1080p screens. Let’s see how each card deals with Unigine Heaven  3.0 at Maximum Settings!

    Edit: First results were wrong. Have a look at the “Bad Results” section to know more

    Unigine Heaven for OSX

    First of all, under MacOS X there is no DirectX. So Unigine Heaven  3.0 uses the OpenGL API, which is one of the best way to 3D bench your GPU.

    This is how the main menu looks like… I pushed all settings to the maximum (no Stereo 3D, I don’t have 3D glasses ).

    We clearly see that two OSX applications can be run at the same time with their own dedicated GPU and screen.

    About the HackinTosh build…

    Let’s see what we have here…

    • CPU: Intel – Processeur – Intel Core i7 2600K / 3,4 GHz – LGA1155 Socket – L3 8 Mo
    • RAM: G.Skill Kit Extreme3 2 x 4 Go PC15000 Sniper CAS 9
    • MotherBoard: ASUS SABERTOOTH P67 (rev. B3) – Socket 1155 – Chipset P67 – ATX
    • GPU: SAPPHIRE ATI Radeon HD6870 Toxic | 1024 Mo DDR5 – PCI Express – DUAL DVI / HDMI / mini DP
    • GPU: ASUS ENGTX480/2DI/1536MD5 GeForce GTX 480 (Fermi) 1536MB 384-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Support Video Card
    • Power Supply:  OCZ Z Series Gold OCZZ1000M 1000W
    • CPU Cooler: COOLER MASTER HYPER 212 PLUS
    • Case: Lian Li PC-K63

    Nothing extreme, just a common HackinTosh build with two graphics cards in it

    Benchmark Results!

    I have benchmarked both NVIDIA ENGTX480  and AMD HD6870  graphics cards with Unigine Heaven  3.0. Results are very good for the NVIDIA card, but poor for the AMD card with maximum settings.

    Default Settings : Maximum Settings : Bad Results?

    The first time I benchmarked my AMD HD6870. results were very bad… My uptime was about 24 hours. So I did a fresh new boot. and everything was fine after that for the AMD card. NVIDIA ENGTX480  results were good.

    I have noticed that my AMD HD6870  graphics card performance degrades over time. This is a known issue from other AMD GPU owners of the HackinTosh community.

    If you face the same issue, I advice you to reboot first. it is always better to benchmark after a fresh boot . Then check if you have the latest Kernel version and the latest Kexts for your video card (www.osx86.net is a good place to find these stuffs).

    Conclusion

    Both graphics cards are very good and run well under MacOS X 10.7.3. The NVIDIA card is very tricky to install under MacOS X Lion (and a lot more under Snow Leopard 10.6), but once you get all things done it’s just a real pleasure working with it . The AMD HD6870 works out of the box under MacOS X Lion, everything is fluid, no freezes, no KP at all, but the results are here, this card is less powerful.

    I’m planing to write another article regarding CUDA, PhysX, OpenCL, OpenGL benches, and the advantages to have two powerful graphics cards (AMD + NVIDIA) into your HackinTosh. I keep you in touch on twitter

    One last thing for my readers, those who own a GTX480  and are frustrated with lags but can’t wait for my next article… here’s a little gift for you (only works if your HackinTosh model is iMac12,2).

    AppleGraphicsPowerManagement.kext.zip

    3D Mark - новый популярный бенчмарк

    3D Mark – новый популярный бенчмарк

    Привет любимым читателям сайта! Уже около недели в Google Play появился доступный для свободного скачивания бенчмарк – 3D Mark. Думаю о его популярности знают многие. Теперь этот крутой инструмент для измерения уровня производительности “железа” доступен и для мобильной версии Windows и для нашего любимого Android. Кстати, версия ПО для Windows RT и еще одного нашего конкурента – iOS, тоже в разработке.

    Думаю многим нашим читателям будет интересно провести тест своего устройства на этом бенчмарке и выложить свои данные в комментах. Теперь давайте рассмотрим системные требования 3D Mark для Android.

      Версия вашего Android-устройства – не ниже 3.1 видео ускоритель должен поддерживать как минимум OpenGL ES 2.0 минимальный рекомендованный объем оперативки – 1 Гб размер свободного места для софта – 300 Мб

    В Андроид бенчмарке доступно два типа тестов. Первый – Ice Storm, который подходит для устройств относительно среднего класса. И второй – Ice Storm Extreme, он предназначен для “втаптывания в грязь” супер-флагманов и последних новинок коммуникационного мира.

    Кстати, на сегодняшний день самым шустрым и производительным смартфоном является Samsung Galaxy S4 с фирменным процессором Exynos 5 Octa.

    В программе существуют еще несколько функциональных примочек:

      После окончания теста, ваш результат будет опубликован в таблице, вместе с результатами других тестеров потом ты сможешь расшарить свои результаты в своей соц. сети  в главном меню приложения будет красоваться фото твоего устройства с техническими характерстиками

    Таким образом, программа 3D Mark для ОС Android – это довольно интересный тест-драйв для наших устройств.

    Скачать 3D Mark из Google Play

    Другие особенности бенчмарка для Андроид – 3D Mark

    • Последнее обновление программы – 5 апреля 2013 года
    • актуальная версия – 1.0.0-875
    • системные требования – Android 3.1 и выше
    • категория – инструменты
    • размер установочного файла – 283 Мб.
    • лицензия – бесплатно

    Предлагаю оставлять свои результаты в комментариях. Всем же интересно: какой смартфон или планшет стоит вверху пирамиды производительности!