Show CPU Details Beautifully in Linux Terminal With CPUFetch

There are ways to check CPU information on Linux. Probably the most common is the lscpu command that gives you plenty of information about all the CPU cores on your system.

You may find CPU information there without installing any additional packages. That works of course. However I recently stumbled upon a new tool that displays the CPU details in Linux in a beautiful manner.

The ASCII art of the processor manufacturer makes it look cool.

This looks beautiful isn8217t it This is similar to Neoftech or Screenfetch tools that show the system information in beautiful ASCII art in Linux. Similar to those tools you can use CPUFetch if you are showcasing your desktop screenshot.

The tool outputs the ASCII art of the processor manufacturer its name microarchitecture frequency cores threads peak performance cache sizes Advanced Vector Extensions and more.

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