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  • NVIDIA? Nsight™ Compute 2019.5.1 (Windows only) has been released with the following update:

    • 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

    NVIDIA? Nsight™ Compute 2019.5.0 has been released with the following features and improvements:

    • Support for CUDA Toolkit 10.2
    • Added section sets to reduce the default overhead and make it easier to configure metric sets for profiling
    • Reduced the size of the installation
    • Added support for CUDA Graphs Recapture API
    • The NvRules API now supports accessing correlation IDs for instanced metrics
    • Added breakdown tables for SOL SM and SOL Memory in the Speed Of Light section for Volta+ GPUs
    NVIDIA Nsight Compute
    • Added a snap-select feature to the Source page heatmap help navigate large files
    • Added support for loading remote CUDA-C source files via SSH on demand for Linux x86_64 targets
    • Charts on the Details page provide better help in tool tips when hovering metric names
    • Improved the performance of the Source page when scrolling or collapsing
    • The charts for Warp States and Compute pipelines are now sorted by value
    NVIDIA Nsight Compute Command Line Interface
    • Added support for GPU cache control, see --cache-control
    • Added support for setting the kernel name base in command line output, see --kernel-base
    • Added support for listing the available names for --chips, see --list-chips
    • Improved the stability on Windows when using --target-processes all
    • Reduced the profiling overhead for small metric sets in applications with many kernels

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

    NVIDIA® Nsight™ Compute 2019.5 is available for download under the NVIDIA Registered Developer Program.

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