CQG Integrated Client
Resources


Tutorial Pages

The tutorial pages are live, read-only pages within your CQG that can be saved to your active page list to help you create your own modifiable pages. To access:

  • Start CQG.
  • Click the Page button.
  • Highlight the section best suited for your needs.
  • Click the desired page.

User Guide

Access our online user guide here.

Trading

Importing and Exporting Content, Pages, and Pacs

Here are instructions on how to import and export content into CQG. We use component pacs that can transport pages of content, studies, conditions, and custom formulas to different machines and other traders.

For a repository of preset, ready-to-use content including CQG component pacs, sample RealTimeData (RTD) spreadsheets, and more, visit the CQG Workspaces website.

Support

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System Specifications

CQG Integrated Client, CQG Spreader, CQG QTrader, and CQG FX

  Recommended Minimum Requirement

Processor

Intel Core i5 or i7 Dual-Core. Intel® Core™2 Duo, 2.33 Ghz or better

Operating System

64-bit Windows® 7

Windows® 8, Windows® 7, Windows® Vista, Windows® 10

Beginning with version 2016, CQG software cannot be installed on PCs running the Windows® XP operating system.

Memory

12GB RAM 4GB RAM

Hard Drive

128GB SSD with 20% of free disk space 200GB, 7200RPM with 4GB of free hard disk space

Video Card

1GB DDR3 or better Dual-port graphics adapter with 128MB of memory, 64MB per port

System Setting Specifications

Hibernate and stand by modes cannot be used on a system running CQG IC.

Hard drive power-saving features should be disabled.

Exclude CQG from all firewall and virus checks.

 

Internet Access

Internet service via a high-speed connection, such as DSL, cable, or fixed wireless/wireless local loop (WLL).

Wireless Internet connections are not recommended, especially broadband over a Wi-Fi card.

Dial-up is not supported.

 

Monitor Setups

These specifications are appropriate for single- and dual-monitor setups.

If you have three or four monitors, you will need a better processor, video card, and network connection.