GL-Z is a cross-platform freeware utility designed for monitoring and tracking GPU/CPU activity when utilizing resource-intensive tools.
Keeping track of this type of system information lets you stay informed if your installed tools are being used in the most efficient way possible. This utility will be of use while gaming, 3D object rendering, or any other type of resource-hogging type of PC use. Using GL-Z gives you all the data needed to see if your machine is being used efficiently and then modify the process accordingly.
With GL-Z, you can monitor your CPU and GPU activity as well as compile relevant information about OpenGL, Vulkan, including any applicable add-ons.
Essential OpenGL info: general data, extensions and memory usage if supported Essential Vulkan API info: general data and extensions for each Vulkan-capable device CPU information and usage monitoring on Windows and Linux (including Raspbian / TinkerOS) GPU information and monitoring (usage, temperature) on Windows and Linux (including Raspbian) Data can be exported in a simple text file CPU/GPU monitored values can be logged to a convenient CSV file
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Version History for GL-Z: https://www.geeks3d.com/20191004/gl-z-0-5-0-released-raspberry-pi-cpu-and-gpu-monitoring-improved/