Hashcat and naive-hashcat Kali Linux CPU/GPU driver issue

I am trying to run hashcat and naive-hashcat in Kali linux, but I am having problems with cpu/gpu divers. If I run hashcat i get this error:

Device #1: Not a native Intel OpenCL runtime. Expect massive speed loss.              You can use --force to override, but do not report related errors. 

while if I run naive-hashcat I get this error:

* Device #1: Not a native Intel OpenCL runtime. Expect massive speed loss.              You can use --force to override, but do not report related errors. * Device #2: Outdated or broken Intel OpenCL runtime detected! 

I am running Kali in a virtual machine. I have an intel 7500U CPU, its integrated GPU (HD 620) and an AMD R7-M445 dedicated GPU. Looking in the hashcat wiki “I may have the wrong driver installed, what should I do?” makes me confused about which are the correct packages to install (Intel OpenC from apt or from intel’s site, amd driver from apt or from ROCm’s, and so on…).

Мониторинг производительности CPU/GPU

Посоветуйте, с чего начать изучение данной темы. Необходимо написать проект. Язык – C/Java(предпочтительно C). Понимаю, что инструмент – WinAPI, но есть ли что-то конкретное.

Do Google and others care how much CPU/GPU is used by the web browser to render a webpage?

Let’s say that I have a hypothetical webpage:

I have an absolutely positioned HTML5 <video> tag that is set to automatically play. It is sized to occupy the entire browser window and functionally be the page’s background image.

On top of said video I have an inline SVG whose child elements each have a CSS @keyframes animation which cause them to scale and translate forever in a loop.

On top of that SVG I have some divs and images and text all with their own transition css property set. Javascript then adds and removes classes on these elements causing them to scoot around at various intervals using things like margin, left, and padding

Suffice it to say this page uses a lot of CPU to make all of these layers render and paint and draw and the like. If a user on a typical computer goes to this site their CPU will get hot and their fans will spin and all manner of bad things.

Does google care about any of this though? Are they looking at the computational cost of the site when they make their determination about page rank? Or, presuming this site of mine has all its other SEO ducks in a row – loads resources fast, not too many requests, good code, keywords, etc, will it achieve good rank despite killing user’s computers?