I have a RTX 2080 Ti card and I’ve looked at the Nsight Compute support list which hightlights TU1xxx as supported my card is TU102 but when I try to profile with Nsight Compute I get UnsupportedGpu Error
Yes RTX 2080 Ti (which is Turing TU10x GPU architecture) is supported by Nsight Compute. This could be some setup issue. Can you run CUDA applications on your setup? Please provide information on your configuration - OS, Nsight Compute version and NVIDIA driver version.
I’m Running Windows 10 Pro
nvcc: NVIDIA ® Cuda compiler driver
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Built on Tue_Sep_15_19:12:04_Pacific_Daylight_Time_2020
Cuda compilation tools, release 11.1, V11.1.74
NVIDIA ® Nsight Compute Command Line Profiler
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Version 2020.2.0 (Build 28964561)
I compiled my code with: nvcc -std=c++17 -lineinfo
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Can you run CUDA applications on your setup?
The problem is that your GPU is in an SLI configuration, which is not supported by Nsight Compute. You can refer to https://docs.nvidia.com/nsight-compute/ReleaseNotes/index.html#known-issues
Profiling kernels executed on a device that is part of an SLI group is not supported. An "Unsupported GPU" error is shown in this case.
Thanks, worked after disabling SLI