cpufetch - Man Page

Simplistic yet fancy CPU architecture fetching tool


cpufetch [--version] [--help] [--levels] [--style fancy|retro|legacy] [--color intel|amd|'R,G,B:R,G,B:R,G,B:R,G,B']


cpufetch will print CPU information, for which will query CPUID instructions and udev directories on Linux as a fallback method. Some of this features are:


--style [intel|amd|R,G,B:R,G,B:R,G,B:R,G,B]

Set the color scheme. By default, cpufetch uses the system color scheme. This option lets the user use different colors to print the CPU art:


"intel": Use intel color scheme


"amd": Use amd color scheme


custom: If color do not match "intel" or "amd", a custom scheme can be specified: 4 colors must be given in RGB with the format: R,G,B:R,G,B:...
            These colors correspond to CPU art color (2 colors) and for the text colors (following 2)

--style STYLE

Specify the style of ascii logo:


"fancy":  Default style


"retro":  Old cpufetch style


"legacy": Fallback style for terminals that does not support colors


Prints CPUID levels and CPU name


Prints extra information (if available) about how cpufetch tried fetching information


Prints help


Prints cpufetch version


Bugs should be posted on: https://github.com/Dr-Noob/cpufetch/issues


Peak performance information is NOT accurate. cpufetch computes peak performance using the max    frequency. However, to properly compute peak performance, you need to know the frequency of the   CPU running AVX code, which is not be fetched by cpufetch since it depends on each specific CPU.


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1 Sep 2020 0.7 cpufetch man page