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Basic GPU usage monitoring

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How do you monitor GPU usage on Linux? I am most interested in a "% GPU usage" and maybe "GPU temp" statistic, not so much very detailed stuff.

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If you are using KDE/Plasma, there should be a widget for the taskbar that shows GPU usage. Go to the same screen where you normally add widgets and look for a "system monitor" widget. In the configurations for it, there should be an option for monitoring GPU usage.

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GNOME, too (1 comment)
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For a TUI solution: https://github.com/Syllo/nvtop

Install it and type nvtop in a terminal.

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