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
For Nvidia cards.
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.
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.
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.
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