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  • nVidia GPU temperature monitor

    There are at least three ways to monitor the temperature of an nVidia GPU (https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php...e_in_the_shell) via the console:

    Code:
    1. $ nvidia-settings -q gpucoretemp -t
    
    2. $ nvidia-smi -a | grep Gpu
    
    3. $ nvclock -T
    However, I haven't found any widget or plasma app to show any these number as a graph over time. It would be nice to have one of these next to the CPU temp monitor.

    Anyone aware of such an app? Even if I use KDE there may perhaps be a Gnome one which works.

  • #2
    Would conky be in the lines of what you are looking for? http://conky.sourceforge.net/

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    • #3
      Within xubuntu 14.04 i found xfce4-genmon-plugin 3.4 - Generic Monitor which works really well. Add that plugin to your panel and the command I have to check my GTX 760 temp is
      Code:
      nvidia-settings -q gpucoretemp -t

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      • #4
        Even Linux Mint Cinnamon has an applet and, if i'm not mistaken, even Mint MATE.

        But since sabriah is referring to an Archlinux wiki page my best guess is that sabriah wants an applet/desklet/widget for Archlinux??

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        • #5
          If you will use Conky, a example of the mine one:

          nVidia Temp:${alignr}${color #ff0006}${nvidia temp}C${color}
          nVidia Freq:${alignr}${nvidia gpufreq} MHz${color}


          Cheers!

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