NVIDIA® Nsight™ Visual Studio Edition 2019.4 is now available

Version 2019.4 has arrived. Take a look at what you get with the latest NVIDIA® Nsight™ Visual Studio Edition 2019.4 release:

Graphics Debugging

    Title Support
    • This release delivers significantly improved compatibility for large-scale user applications

    Frame Debugging UI

    • The Description column in the Events List view is now re-sizable
    • Significantly improved UI performance for fast scrubbing on the host
    • Added the ability to copy the path and open the containing folder for items in the project explorer
    • The Acceleration Structure view now responds to event changes to see how the resource changes over time

    Shader View Enhancements

    • Added support for viewing specialization constants for OpenGL shaders
    • Added syntax highlighting for binary asm shaders

Nsight Next-Gen Debugger

  • Supports CUDA Toolkit 10.2
  • Works with the latest Turing Super GPUs
  • Improved Core Dump support
  • Barrier stepping and end-of-kernel stepping control added

Nsight Compute Profiler

    • Supports CUDA Toolkit 10.2
    • Works with the latest Turing Super GPUs
    • 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 Spead of Light section for Volta+ GPUs

    NVIDIA Nsight Compute

    • Added a snap-select feature to the Source page heatmap to help navigate large files
    • Added support for loading remote CUDA-C source files via SSH on demand
    • 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 Nsight™ Visual Studio Edition features and access to resources, please visit https://developer.nvidia.com/nvidia-nsight-visual-studio-edition.

    See all the new features of the Nsight Visual Studio Edition 2019.4 at https://developer.nvidia.com/nsight-visual-studio-edition-2019_4-new-features

    To download this version, visit https://developer.nvidia.com/nsight-visual-studio-edition-downloads. Note, you must be a member of the NVIDIA Developer Program and signed into your account