In Linux Mint, how to get the same information presented in the lower half of the below picture?
Output by CPU-Z in Windows:
What I've tried:
Running CPU-Z 1.66 in Wine as Windows 95, 98 and XP.
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decode-dimms is probably what you're looking for, but apparently you need to have the correct i2c module loaded before it works. Follow this tutorial:
I got it working after these steps:
sudo aptitude install i2c-tools sudo modprobe eeprom sudo modprobe i2c-i801 decode-dimms