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  • NVIDIA? Nsight™ Compute 2019.1 has been released with the following features and improvements:

    • Support for CUDA Toolkit 10.1, including
      • Task Graph updates
      • D3D11 & D3D12 interop support
    • Child process data collection option now available
    • Support for the latest Turing GPUs
    • Support for Win10 RS5
    • Added section file descriptions
    • Improved performance
    • Bug Fixes (including CUDA Toolkit 10.1 bug: SMPC metrics reporting zero)
    • Profiling on Volta GPUs now uses the same metric names as on Turing GPUs
    NVIDA Nsight Compute
    • Child process baseline comparison now available
    • Added new profiling options to the options dialog
    • Details page shows rule result icons in the section headers
    • Section descriptions are shown in the details page and in the sections tool window
    • Source page supports collapsing multiple source files or functions to show aggregated results
    • Source page heatmap color scale has changed
    • Invalid metric results are highlighted in the profiler report
    • Loaded section and rule files can be opened from the sections tool window
    NVIDA Nsight Compute Command Line Interface
    • Support for profiling child processes on Linux and Windows x86_64 targets
    • CLI uses a temporary file if no output file is specified
    • Support for new --quiet option
    • Support for setting the GPU clock control mode using new --clock-control option
    • Details page output shows the NVTX context when --nvtx is enabled
    • Support for filtering kernel launches for profiling based on their NVTX context using new --nvtx-include and --nvtx-exclude options
    • Added new --summary options for aggregating profiling results
    • Added option --open-in-ui to open reports collected with NVIDIA Nsight Compute CLI directly in NVIDIA Nsight Compute
    • Improved parity with nvprof

    For a complete overview of all NVIDIA Nsight? Compute features and access to resources, please visit the main Nsight? Compute page.

    NVIDIA® Nsight™ Compute 2019.1 is available for download under the NVIDIA Registered Developer Program.

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