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  • akostadinov
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    What does this mean?


    Code:
    intel-gpu-top: Intel Coffeelake (Gen9) @ /dev/dri/card0 - 76/ 76 MHz
        72% RC6; 0.19/15.69 W; 600 irqs/s
    
        IMC reads: 3166 MiB/s
       IMC writes: 1017 MiB/s
    
       ENGINES        BUSY     MI_SEMA MI_WAIT
        Render/3D    9.91%  |███▌ | 1% 0%
          Blitter    7.05%  |██▌  | 0% 0%
            Video    0.00%  |     | 0% 0%
     VideoEnhance    0.00%  |     | 0% 0%

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  • tildearrow
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    Originally posted by NotMine999 View Post
    If Linux users want GUI tools for everything they should stick to using a Mac or Windows PC.
    Which means you don't want the Linux userbase to grow, right?

    Average Joe does not really use the command line.

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  • NotMine999
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    Originally posted by numacross View Post

    But keep the CLI ones as well, when the GPU borks itself I want to be able to SSH in and potentially see what's going on
    ^^^ T H I S ^^^

    Pretty GUI tools do nothing but chew up CPU and GPU cycles while bloating and bugging the program's own code.

    If Linux users want GUI tools for everything they should stick to using a Mac or Windows PC.

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  • numacross
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    Originally posted by GI_Jack View Post
    Needs more pretty GUI tools. This is for a video card after all, assume a video environment.
    But keep the CLI ones as well, when the GPU borks itself I want to be able to SSH in and potentially see what's going on

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  • GI_Jack
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    Needs more pretty GUI tools. This is for a video card after all, assume a video environment.

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  • Proposed Changes To Intel GPU Top Would Make It A More Useful Utility

    Phoronix: Proposed Changes To Intel GPU Top Would Make It A More Useful Utility

    Among the developer/enthusiast tool-set of the Intel open-source Linux graphics driver developers has been Intel GPU Top (the command intel_gpu_top) that is distributed with the Intel-GPU-Tools collection. This GPU information utility inspired by Linux's well known top command reports for Intel HD/UHD/Iris Graphics hardware the usage information, but does require root privileges to operate. Intel GPU Top is about to get a major overhaul...

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