NVIDIA® Nsight™ Visual Studio Edition 2019.1 is now available

Version 2019.1 extends support to the latest Turing GPUs and Win10 RS5. The Graphics Debugger adds Vulkan Pixel History as well as OpenGL + Vulkan 1.1 interoperability, Vulkan Meshlets, and increased NVAPI support. The Compute tools support the new CUDA Toolkit 10.1, with the Next-Gen Profiler adding child process profiling support, CUDA + D3D11/D3D12 interoperability, and NVTX support, plus updated task graph support and many other usability improvements.

Take a look at what you get with the latest NVIDIA® Nsight™ Visual Studio Edition 2019.1 release:

Graphics Debugging

  • Support for the latest Turing GPUs in the GPU Frame Debugger, Performance Dashboard, and Range Profiler
  • Support for the Win10 RS5
  • Vulkan Pixel History
  • Vulkan + OpenGL interoperability support
  • Vulkan Meshlets
  • DirectX11 & DirectX12 NVAPI Meta commands
  • SMP Assist API (NVAPI) for VR Titles and VRWorks SDK
  • Increased NVAPI support for DX11
  • Acceleration Structure / Bounding Volume Hierarchy Viewer supporting both DirectX Ray Tracing and NVIDIA's Vulkan Ray Tracing Extension
  • Range Profiler workflow and performance improvements

Compute Debugging, Profiling, and Analysis

  • Support for CUDA 10.1
  • Support for the latest Turing GPUs
  • Win10 RS5 support
  • Next-Gen Profiler
    • Child Process data collection and run comparison now available
    • CUDA Toolkit 10.1 Task Graph support
    • CUDA Toolkit 10.1 CUDA + D3D11/D3D12 interoperability support
    • NVTX support
    • Many report and CLI improvements

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 2019.1 at https://developer.nvidia.com/nsight-visual-studio-edition-2019_1-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