- Temperatures: CPU, Motherboard, Chipset, GPU
- Voltages: CPU, GPU
- Fan Speeds: CPU, Case, GPU
I use it for monitoring the heat management, to later adjust in the BIOS the fan speeds while overclocking (games) or rising efficiency to reduce the noise of the machine (work).
This Version is based on but not restricted to an Asus Motherboard (ROG STRIX B450-F GAMING).
In case you can't see any data: adapt your sensor data readings for your machine.
1.) Enter "sensors" into your Terminal and see which sensors are working and remember their name.
2.) In KSysGuard: Drag and drop your sensor type from the sensor browser into the display field.
3.) Then right click into the display field, choose "Properties", then go to "Sensors" and delete each how you find fit and leave by "OK".
PS: Some Asus-Motherboards need an additional Linux driver to get all the data with "LM_Sensors". This System Monitor Tab relies on that.
I installed the driver from https://github.com/electrified/asus-wmi-sensors