By now, hopefully you read the first two blogs in this series “Migrating to NVIDIA Nsight Tools from NVVP and Nvprof” and “Transitioning to Nsight Systems from NVIDIA Visual Profiler / nvprof,” and you’ve discovered NVIDIA added a few new tools, b
Experimental sciences deliver high-resolution atomic structures for biological complexes, but researchers need to refine those structures, prove their accuracy, and simulate their dynamics while retaining all of the information that makes simulati
The performance of GPU architectures continue to increase with every new generation. Modern GPUs are so fast that, in many cases of interest, the time taken by each GPU operation (e.g. kernel or memory copy) is now measured in microseconds.
CUDA applications often need to know the maximum available shared memory per block or to query the number of multiprocessors in the active GPU. One way to do this is by calling cudaGetDeviceProperties().
NVIDIA Nsight Systems 2019.4 is now available for download. This release aims to provide a more detailed data collection, exploration, and collection control for all markets ranging from high performance computing to visual effects
The Nsight suite of profiling tools now supersedes the NVIDIA Visual Profiler (NVVP) and nvprof. Let’s look at what this means for NVIDIA Visual Profiler or nvprof users. Before diving in, let’s first review what is not changing.