Is there a command (Via terminal) to see the temperature of any video card.
sensors with the
sensors-detect applied. Does not detect for example, Nvidia and ATI video card temperatures.
Yes, there is a command.
First of all, you have to search for sensors:
Since lucid lynx, you have to type:
If you're running another Ubuntu version type:
To save the detection results.
Displaying sensor data
Now, to show the temperatures, type:
Now you should see something like that:
I don't have many sensors, btw :)
Displaying temperature of NVIDIA GPU
If you are using a NVIDIA GPU type:
After installing it, type
You can also type
I hope this helped you,
An alternative for nvidia cards is to use nvidia-smi: the "NVIDIA System Management Interface program".
Or to output just the numeric value in Celsius:
The already mentioned command for nvidia (on my OpenElec installation):
also gave additional information:
For nvidia there is an
Some Intel graphics adapters report their temperature through acpi and you can read it through the
If you want to watch the temperature in your terminal for monitoring, you can use
I have recently found a cool extension for Gnome 3. So if you are using it - you can install this and see the temperature in the tray: