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    CPU-Z for linux

    Is there a CPU-Z for LInux? And if so were can I find it.

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    Re: CPU-Z for linux

    Quote Originally Posted by jeremytkai View Post
    Is there a CPU-Z for LInux? And if so were can I find it.
    For the CPU, at the console:

    cat /proc/cpuinfo

    For the chipset info, I guess lspci . This will show everything attached to your system. If you want losts of detail, then:

    lspci -v (or even lspci -vv)

    I don't know of one for the SPD and current settings on the memory, though I am sure that they exist.

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    Re: CPU-Z for linux

    To get SPD, ect requires running an app to pull the information from the bios.

    For example

    http://linux.softpedia.com/get/Syste...ode-9508.shtml

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    Re: CPU-Z for linux

    Works in KDE requires Kommander it's sparse

    http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=42435

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    Re: CPU-Z for linux

    ^^

    OK, linux is cool. It looks like that set of utilities is present already. I have dmidecode, biosdecode, and vpddecode. dmidecode has info about the RAM as well as your other settings, if you can understand it. It is not pretty and graphical.

    So if you want output only about your memory, for example, then:

    dmidecode -d /dev/mem

    And that covers CPU-Z I think. Well, wait. How about the latency test?

    Edit: Nice Shadco. I guess we should venture into the GUI once in a while, see what they made up for us there.

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