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I've been playing with overclocking in the last 2 days. I'm helping myself with this list.

Yesterday I came across a command which lists all of these parameters and the frequencies which are currently set for the parameters. The output looked something like this:

arm_freq      1400 MHz
core_freq     400 MHz
h264_freq     300 MHz
isp_freq      300 MHz
v3d_freq      300 MHz
gpu_freq      400 MHz
gpu_freq_min  250 MHz
...

It doesn't actually tell me what the current frequencies are, just the min/max settings.

I cannot find the command anywhere. I searched through my browser history (can't find it) and through my commands history on my RPI - it's not there anymore.

Does anyone know what was the command I used?

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for src in arm core h264 isp v3d uart pwm emmc pixel vec hdmi dpi ; do \
    echo -e "$src:\t$(vcgencmd measure_clock $src)" ; \
done

Not that knowing these is of much practical use. See https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/raspbian/applications/vcgencmd.md

vcgencmd get_config int | grep freq

might produce a more usable list.

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