liquidctl is a command-line tool to monitor and control fan speeds, LED colour and pump volumes of specific power supplies, motherboards, graphics cards and cooling solutions.
To allow this snap access to your device(s), issue the following connection commands:
$ sudo snap connect liquidctl:raw-usb $ sudo snap connect liquidctl:hardware-observe
For more information, see the upstream project repository: https://github.com/liquidctl/liquidctl
(this snap is unofficial and is not endorsed by the upsteam project)
List connected compatible devices:
$ liquidctl list Device #0: Corsair HX750i Device #1: Corsair Hydro H100i v2
See the power output for a compatible power supply unit:
$ liquidctl --match HX750i status Corsair HX750i ├── Current uptime 11:03:54 ├── Total uptime 735 days, 7:03:54 ├── Temperature 1 43.2 °C ├── Temperature 2 36.8 °C ├── Fan control mode Hardware ├── Fan speed 0 rpm ├── Input voltage 230.00 V ├── +12V OCP mode Multi rail ├── +12V output voltage 12.14 V ├── +12V output current 3.25 A ├── +12V output power 38.00 W ├── +5V output voltage 5.02 V ├── +5V output current 3.00 A ├── +5V output power 15.00 W ├── +3.3V output voltage 3.28 V ├── +3.3V output current 0.81 A ├── +3.3V output power 2.50 W ├── Total power output 52.00 W ├── Estimated input power 61.00 W └── Estimated efficiency 85 %
Set the fan thresholds for a hydro cooler:
$ liquidctl --match hydro set fan speed 0 0 100 0 45 55 50 60 55 75 60 100
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