GPU-Viewer – View Graphics Details in Linux

GPU-Viewer is a free and open source GUI application to view your system graphics details like OpenGL, Vulkan and OpenCL for Linux. It is based on glxinfo, vulkaninfo and clinfo and written in Python. Using this tool you can easily view all GPU related information. It comes with OpenGL, OpenGL ES, OpenGL hardware limits and Extensions, GLX Frame Buffer Configuration and EGL Information, Vulkan Device Features and Limits, Extensions, Formats, Memory Types & Heaps, Partial Queue Families implemented, Instance and Layers and more details. It is released under GNU General Public License v3.0.


Install GPU-Viewer on Ubuntu Linux

GPU-Viewer is available via Ubuntu PPA and native deb package file. You can install GPU-Viewer via your terminal application. Open terminal (ctrl+alt+t) and run below commands one by one to add GPU-Viewer PPA and install it.

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:arunsivaraman/gpuviewer

Press the enter key to confirm the PPA addition.

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install gpu-viewer

You can run it via the applications menu or via below command.


Install GPU-Viewer via DEB:

Download GPU-Viewer in the .deb package file format from the below download link and save it on your Downloads folder. Open terminal and run below command to install it.

Also Read:  Catalyst Web Browser

Download GPU-Viewer

sudo apt install ./Downloads/gpu-viewer*.deb

That’s all.

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