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    DIY check ATI GPU load and ATI GPU temp in Ubuntu

    i found something i want to share

    been looking for info how to get gpu load and temp in ubuntu there is no much info on internet took me whole day but i found it

    i have ati hd4850 and catalyst 10.8

    if u want to check GPU load in the terminal just type

    aticonfig --adapter=0 --od-getclocks

    if you want to check gpu temp in the terminal type

    aticonfig --odgt


    if you want to add gpu load to conky add this to conky conf.

    ${font verdana:size=8}${color green}${execi 1 aticonfig --adapter=0 --od-getclocks | grep -i GPU}

    if you want to add gpu temp to conky add this to conky conf.

    GPU Temp : ${color green} ${execi 1 aticonfig --adapter=0 --od-gettemperature | tail -n1 | gawk '{ printf $5 }'}°C

    name color font execi grep is configurable

    in my laptop gpu usage is never more than 3% no matter what i do play hd clips use internet or vbox i dont play games so dont know what the load would be.

    below is my conky
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    Last edited by Tracy177; September 2nd, 2010 at 03:25 PM.

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