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)
To get clock speed information, there is no standard tool.
- For ATI/AMD GPUs,
aticonfig --odgcwill fetch the clock rates, and
aticonfig --odgtwill fetch the temperature data.
- For NVIDIA GPUs, the
nvclockprogram will fetch the same information.
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:
sudo lshw -C display
(it also works without
sudo but the info may be less complete/accurate)
You can also install the package
lshw-gtk to get a GUI.
Find out the device ID:
lspci | grep VGA | cut -d" " -f 1 03:00.0
You can then use this output with
lspci again, forming two nested commands
lspci -v -s $(lspci | grep VGA | cut -d" " -f 1)
WINSCP using PuTTy SSH 22:
sudo apt-get install clinfo clinfo
is the analogue of
glxinfo but for OpenCL.
Mixes runtime with some static info.