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GtkStressTesting: Stress and Monitor Linux Hardware Components

GtkStressTesting: Stress and Monitor Linux Hardware Components
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GtkStressTesting is a system utility designed to stress and monitor various hardware components in Linux. It monitors various hardware components like CPU and RAM.

Features:

  1. Run different CPU and memory stress tests
  2. Run multi and single core benchmark
  3. Show Processor information (name, cores, threads, family, model, stepping, flags, bugs, etc)
  4. Show Processor’s cache information
  5. Show Motherboard information (vendor, model, bios version, bios date, etc)
  6. Show RAM information (size, speed, rank, manufacturer, part number, etc)
  7. Show CPU usage (core %, user %, load avg, etc)
  8. Show Memory usage
  9. Show CPU’s physical’s core clock (current, min, max)
  10. Show Hardware monitor (info provided by sys/class/hwmon)

GtkStressTesting: Stress and Monitor Linux Hardware Components

Install using  flatpak:

Add flathub remote to the current user:

<>flatpak --user remote-add --if-not-exists flathub https://flathub.org/repo/flathub.flatpakrepo

Install

flatpak --user install flathub com.leinardi.gst

Run

flatpak run com.leinardi.gst

In Fedora you can install using COPR package

sudo dnf copr enable atim/gst -y && sudo dnf install gst



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