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    Utility to gather Intel integrated graphics information


    Hello,

    I'm looking for a utility to use in a Red Hat environment to gather some information about the integrated graphics on the Intel Core i7 4700EQ processor. I've been digging around, but so far no luck.

    I'd prefer a command line option, if available.

    Some of the information that I'm looking for includes:

    • GPU Model Name
    • GPU Serial #
    • VBIOS Version
    • Inforom Version
    • Temperature (in degrees)
    • Fan Speed
    • Max GPU Memory
    • Memory Utilization
    • GPU Utilization



    I'm aware of the intel_gpu_top command for the GPU utilization, but was looking for a utility to provide more general usage data. I am also aware of using the lspci command to gather model information, but this just spits out "Intel Corporation 4th Gen Core Processor Integrated Graphics Controller". I wasn't sure if there was a utility to display the actual model of the iGPU (i.e. Intel Graphics HD 4600).

    Any help would be appreciated.

  2. #2
    Quote Originally Posted by brentonbrown View Post
    • GPU Model Name
    • GPU Serial #
    • VBIOS Version
    • Inforom Version
    • Temperature (in degrees)
    • Fan Speed
    • Max GPU Memory
    • Memory Utilization
    • GPU Utilization
    let's try:
    ' lspci -k' for device and driver properties
    ' sensors ' (package: lm_sensors) for temperatures etc.
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    Re: lspci - methinks it queries the kernel, with outdated kernels it won't give much details.

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