cpufetch is a free and open source command-line CPU Architecture Fetching tool for Linux, MacOS, Android and Windows. Using cpufetch you can get semiconductor technology in nano meter, Max frequency, Number of cores and threads, AVX, FMA, L1, L2, L3 cache sizes and Peak performance details. It is similar to Neofetch tool. It also gives option to change the CPU art with custom color scheme. It is released under MIT License.
Install cpufetch on Ubuntu
You need to build it from source to install it. Open the terminal application. You can open it via the ctrl+alt+t keys or from the application menu. In terminal run
sudo apt install git
It will install the latest version of git on your system. If you already installed git on your system then skip the above step. After that run below commands one by one.
git clone https://github.com/Dr-Noob/cpufetch
Then navigate to the source folder and compile it using below command.
cd cpufetch && make
And finally you can run it via below command.