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Old 10-23-09, 12:56 PM   #1
AKab
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Default Fan Speed (9800GT)

in nvidia-settings GUI

But: at the same in console out:
ups@ups-desktop:~$ nvidia-settings -t -q all
Attributes for ups-desktop:0.0:
OperatingSystem: 0
NvidiaDriverVersion: 190.42
NvControlVersion: 1.20
GLXServerVersion: 1.4
GLXClientVersion: 1.4
OpenGLVersion: 3.2.0 NVIDIA 190.42
XRandRVersion: 1.3
XF86VidModeVersion: 2.2
XvVersion: 2.2
TwinView: 0
ConnectedDisplays: 0x00020000
EnabledDisplays: 0x00020000
CursorShadow: 0
CursorShadowAlpha: 64
CursorShadowRed: 0
CursorShadowGreen: 0
CursorShadowBlue: 0
CursorShadowXOffset: 4
CursorShadowYOffset: 2
AssociatedDisplays: 0x00020000
InitialPixmapPlacement: 2
DynamicTwinview: 1
MultiGpuDisplayOwner: 0
GlyphCache: 1
Depth30Allowed: 0
NoScanout: 0
XServerUniqueId: 689832385
PixmapCache: 1
PixmapCacheRoundSizeKB: 1024
SyncToVBlank: 0
LogAniso: 0
FSAA: 0
TextureSharpen: 0
AllowFlipping: 1
FSAAAppControlled: 1
LogAnisoAppControlled: 1
OpenGLImageSettings: 1
FSAAAppEnhanced: 0
SliMosaicModeAvailable: 1
BusType: 2
VideoRam: 524288
Irq: 16
GPUCoreTemp: 46
GPU2DClockFreqs: 700,1000
GPU3DClockFreqs: 700,1000
GPUDefault2DClockFreqs: 700,1000
GPUDefault3DClockFreqs: 700,1000
GPUCurrentClockFreqs: 700,1000
BusRate: 16
GPUErrors: 0
GPUPowerSource: 0
GPUCurrentPerfMode: 1
GPUCurrentPerfLevel: 0
GPUAdaptiveClockState: 1
GPUPerfModes: perf=0, nvclock=700, memclock=1000
GvoSupported: 0
IsGvoDisplay: 0
DigitalVibrance: 0
FrontendResolution: 1680,1050
BackendResolution: 1680,1050
FlatpanelNativeResolution: 1680,1050
FlatpanelBestFitResolution: 1680,1050
DFPScalingActive: 0
GPUScaling: 2,1
GPUScalingActive: 0
RefreshRate: 59,95 Hz
RefreshRate3: 59,954 Hz
OverscanCompensation: 0
XVideoTextureBrightness: 0
XVideoTextureContrast: 0
XVideoTextureHue: 0
XVideoTextureSaturation: 0
XVideoTextureSyncToVBlank: 1
XVideoSyncToDisplay: 0x00020000

how get Speed Fan value in console, for conky config?

P.S. Sorry for my English (
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Old 10-23-09, 03:31 PM   #2
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Default Re: Fan Speed (9800GT)

-q all doesn't currently query target types other than X screens, and fans have their own object type. For now, you can do it with
Code:
nvidia-settings -tq [fan:0]/GPUCurrentFanSpeed
There's a binary attribute that tells you which fans are associated with which GPUs, but I don't think there's any way to query that from the command line.
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Old 10-24-09, 01:42 AM   #3
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Default Re: Fan Speed (9800GT)

Thanks, it is work.
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