Looking for powercli script to get name of VM and space used in csv format

Looking for a powercli script to get following rows in csv\excel

Name of VM | Size of disk used | Datastore used | Lun used | CPU | Memory

Trying this

get-vm | Select Name, UsedSpaceGB, ProvisionedSpaceGB

If i could get it neater would be great

Got a lot of it with RVtools but open to powercli best version
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65tdRetiredCommented:
I have used this health check script in the past.  Found it useful finding out of date snapshots.

https://www.ivobeerens.nl/2008/08/28/vmware-powershell-healthcheck-script/
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Bryant SchaperCommented:
Something like this:

get-vm  | Select-Object Name,UsedSpaceGB | Out-File c:\temp\test.csv

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