MangoHud has firmly filled a hole in tools available for Linux gamers, benchmarking and more. A handy HUD that works across OpenGL and Vulkan games and a fresh build went up.
Allowing you to track FPS, frame timing, HDD read/write, benchmark, RAM and VRAM use, limit the FPS and so on. With the latest 0.3.5 release, what's possible with MangoHud has expanded further. It can now also show 32/64bit, the currently playing Spotify song, you can pick a specific GPU for multi-GPU setups and you can also now display the MangoHud version.
Other new features for this fantastic HUD include XNVctrl as a fallback for NVIDIA to allow older devices to view GPU load (and more), plus there's now a blacklist to prevent it trying to run on certain incompatible software (like game launchers) and a number of OpenGL related bug fixes.
You can pick up MangoHud from GitHub.