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
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:
If you want to watch the temperature in your terminal for monitoring, you can use