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  • Nsight Compute Profiler Occupancy Report

    NVIDIA? Nsight? Compute is an interactive kernel profiler for CUDA applications. It provides detailed performance metrics and API debugging via a user interface and command line tool. In addition, its baseline feature allows users to compare results within the tool. Nsight Compute provides a customizable and data-driven user interface and metric collection and can be extended with analysis scripts for post-processing results.

     Download 2019.5.1 (Windows only)    Download 2019.5.0 (All other OS's)
    Version 2019.5 New Features  |  Revision History

    NVIDIA? Nsight? Compute is freely offered through the NVIDIA Registered Developer Program and as part of the CUDA Toolkit

    Baseline Comparisons

    • Set multiple baselines to compare variations in GPU architecture, kernel launch parameters, memory usage, ...
    • Compare performance metrics between baselines and the current run
    • New: Now with the ability to compare child processes

    Run from Nsight Compute GUI or from Console Command Line

    • Nsight Compute GUI provides text for console commands
    • GUI/Console provide similar features, functionality, output, and reports

    CUDA Task Graph Profiling

    • Stop at a kernel launch from a graph node
    • State of graph node shown in resource page
    • Export graph visualization

    Source Code Correlation

    • Correlate individual Source, SASS, or PTX lines and metrics
    • Shown here with PC Sampling data available in Volta and Turing architectures
    • New: Improved heat map for identifying high metric values


    • Interactive kernel profiler
    • Profiler report for kernels and/or child processes
    • Diff’ing results across one or multiple reports using baselines
    • Fast data collection
    • Intuitive UI for interactive profiling
    • Command line operation for manual and automated profiling
    • Fully customizable reports and rules

    Variations from the Nsight Compute 2019.5.0 found in CUDA Toolkit 10.2

      2019.5.1 Improvements:
      • Nsight Compute activities are now available from within Visual Studio
        • Nsight Compute activity commands are now under the 'Nsight' menu, for quick access from within Visual Studio.
        • When launched, Nsight Compute activities are auto-populated with Visual Studio project setting, providing an improved development workflow.
        • Key bindings provide quick launching of activities.
        • Available for use on Visual Studio 2019, 2017, and 2015.
        • Please visit NVIDIA Nsight Integration for information on using Nsight Compute 2019.5.1 and NVIDIA Nsight Integration for Visual Studio integration under the Nsight menu.
      • Compatibility
        • Validated with CUDA Toolkit 10.2.89 and driver 441.22

      System Requirements

      Supported platforms


      • Linux x86_64[1]
      • Windows x86_64[1]
      • MacOS[1]

      • Linux x86_64[1]
      • Windows x86_64[1]
      • Linux PowerPC[1]
      • DRIVE OS QNX aarch64[2][3]
      • DRIVE OS Linux aarch64[2][3]
           [1] available in this download and the CUDA Desktop Toolkit
           [2] available in the Embedded or Drive toolkits only
           [3] Only the command line interface (CLI) is provided for these platforms. There is no Nsight Compute GUI application for these platforms

      Supported GPU architectures

      • Pascal: GP10x (excluding GP100)
      • Volta: GV100
      • Turing: TU1xx


      • Please use the 441.22 drivers provided with CUDA Toolkit 10.2 production release or a more recent version.


      Nsight Compute Documentation


      To provide feedback, request additional features, or report Nsight Compute issues, please use the Developer Forums