CPU-X is a free and open source system hardware information tool for Linux and FreeBSD. Using CPU-X you can get your Linux system hardware information. Its user interface looks similar to CPU-Z for Windows. If you start the CPU-X daemon with root privileges, then it will provide for details and help to avoid empty labels. Using CPU-X you will get your system, CPU, Motherboard and Graphics details. It is released under GNU General Public License v3.0.
How to Install CPU-X on Ubuntu Linux
Download the latest version of CPU-X in portable .AppImage file format from the above download link and save it on your downloads folder. Now open the terminal software (ctrl+alt+t) and run below commands one by one.
Here “CPU-X-v4.3.1-x86_64.AppImage” is the downloaded file name. You can change below command based on your file name.
sudo chmod +x ~ CPU-X-v4.3.1-x86_64.AppImage
Install CPU-X via APT:
You can also install it from Ubuntu default repositories since Ubuntu version 20.04. In your terminal application run below command to install CPU-X.
sudo apt update
sudo apt install cpu-x