As an example of what it can do, see the shots below playing War Thunder with MangoHud at the top:
Click screenshots to enlarge. If you like my horizontal layout it can be found here. The second shot is just "full".
A bunch of new parameters were added in 0.7.0 including:
gpu_fandisplays the gpu fan RPM, only works on AMD.
gpu_junction_tempdisplays the junction temperature on AMD GPUs
io_stats, just use
engine_short_namesshortens the names of engines, e.g
text_outlineadds a colored outline around all text
text_outline_colorsets the color of the outline, default:
text_outline_thicknesssets the thickness of the outline, default:
temp_fahrenheitchanges all temps to fahrenheit from celsius
dynamic_frame_timingdynamically changes the range of the frametime graph
durationdisplays the time since mangohud initialized
gpu_voltageshows the current gpu voltage, only works on AMD
fps_textoverride fps text
horizontal_stretchsets the background to stretch across width of application (enabled by default)
core_loadinto a histogram
device_batteryShows battery level of wireless devices, accepts
device_battery_iconshows battery icon instead of percent
A nice new feature is the addition of support for different presets, just like found on the Steam Deck in the performance menu, where you switch between different HUD layouts. Giving you the ability to set your own, and easily switch between them with a hotkey (although that switching only works on X11 right now). You need to add a preset.conf file to
~/.config/MangoHud/. I gave an example of this in my SteamOS 3.5 Preview video (at around 05:00):
So you can now do the same on desktop with MangoHud 0.7.0.
What do you think to the new release? Do you use MangoHud? Let me know in the comments.