System Configuration: GT 730 (PRIMARY display device), GTX 1080 (x2), Windows 8.1 Professional, 388.59 WHQL drivers
Despite the dinosaur GT 730 GPU being the primary (and only) display device, NSight’s graphics debugger fails to start citing “Graphics debugging is not supported on this GPU”. The only way to run the graphics debugger is to disable the non-compliant (1080) cards in the Device Manager or to physically remove them from the system so that the Kepler card is the ONLY adapter in the system.
The 1080’s are used only for CUDA compute. Having to enable/disable them just to debug the graphical elements of the application is a bit silly (actually, it is a bit silly that THREE generations of graphics cards have come to market without any support in the toolchain for graphics debugging on any of these platforms). Please fix.