I'm looking for a command that would give me the same info as
Except for the GPU (type of the chip and memory, frequency)
That type of information is non-standard, and the tools you will use to gather it vary widely.
To get clock speed information, there is no standard tool.
I am not aware of an equivalent tool for the open source drivers or for Intel or other GPUs.
Other information on the hardware can be fetched from the
I do not know of a direct equivalent, but lshw should give you the info you want, try:
(it also works without
You can also install the package
Run google-chrome and navigate to the URL about:gpu If chrome has figured out how to use openGL, you will get extremely detailing information about your GPU.
A blog post focussing on work done on the command-line is here:
Find out the device ID:
You can then use this output with
Output from my system:
To see how to get the most info+performance out of it, read an extremely comprehensive article on the Arch-Linux Wiki
For nvidia users, start with
This indicates that I have a 256 MB GDDR3 Graphics card.
At this time, I don't know how to get this for Intel and AMD/ATI GPUs.
For the Intel GMA950 (comes with EeePC in particular) you can run:
which will return '00' for 200MHz, '01' for 250MHz or '03' for 400MHz. You may be able to apply the same principle to other Intel cards.