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CPUID HWMonitor of Fedora: CPU temperature in GUI

asked 2015-11-24 22:25:48 -0500

IDon'tKnowWhatToUse gravatar image

I recently(last night) switched to Fedora from Windows (yay!).

I used CPUID HWMonitor for checking fan RPM, CPU temp, video card temp, etc.

Of course, I googled and searched for my answer on AskFedora too but I couldn't get my answer because all of them were using CLI.

And yes I will learn how to check the temperature using CLI but for now I would like to find some GUI based software that I can use.

What options are there ?

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answered 2018-02-07 12:46:12 -0500

You could install 'xsensors' and then pin it to activities.

  1. "su"
  2. "yum install xsensors"

after it installs

  1. "xsensors" and if you want it in fahrenheit ->"xsensors -f" (without the quotations)
  2. it should start a program.
  3. Pin it to activities and you're done.
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answered 2018-02-07 16:04:11 -0500

fcomida gravatar image

Have a look at conky, it can display any information you want, literally anything...

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