Hello Community, I’m a newbie to Ubuntu and I’m running it on several old Lenovo Thinkcenter Tiny M73 PCs (see pic here - Detailed specifications for ThinkCentre M73 (Tiny Form Factor) - Lenovo Support AU )
I’m a long-time Windows User (please don’t hold that against me) and I’m used an app call SIV to monitor my PCs as these machines are doing intensive CPU tasks.
One of the readings I’m interested in is the “Fan Speed” (see highlight below)
This is important to me as it’s is a leading indicator if a PC is overheating and/or the cooling system needs cleaning (too much dust).
I have installed on my Ubuntu an app called pSensor, but it did not detect my Lenovo’s fan (FYI, there is only a single fan in the PC).
Are there any Apps that I can try to install that may detect and report my CPU’s fan speed?
I’m not a technical person, so I’d be easily lost if I have to compile a driver and/or may likely mess up setting without some guidance, so I thought I reach out to this much wiser group.
Any help or advise?
Thanks in advance.