I suppose the Topic header says it all, or is basically the question.
In particular, the temps for GPU, MB (some has no sensors & not even Speccy picks this up), the CPU, installed HDD/SSD's.
Plus the current resource usage, which can be found under System Tools > System Monitor running Linux Mint, though these things would be good to see in a inxi -Fxz snapshot. Of course the CPU usage is shown, though the temps for most of the rest aren't, nor are resource usage, in particular RAM, though does show the installed amount.
Are there tools I'm missing out on that can be installed to display such information in a snapshot?
Note that I prefer 'inxi -Fxz' only for privacy (as Speccy also uses), as some unwanted information can be leaked without adding the 'z' at the end of the code (inxi -Fx) that some members prefers to use. For that reason, it's best to use the script as I do. Here's things as it stands now, obviously not the equivalent of a Speccy snapshot, which I just posted last night, last line in my sig, same as above, though that's on the other side of the dual boot PC. Most of my computers are dual booting Windows & Linux Mint, a couple Windows only, and one Linux Mint only, though the latter may change. There's two less frequent used XP computers, that for the most part isn't used, except for Linux Mint 18 installed 'side by side' on one, the other not used at all (for now) is XP Home only. That one, a Dimension 2400, am considering a MB swap on to make it somewhat more modern, though as a tribute to my mother-in-law, will keep the name intact.