NVIDIA Nsight Integration
- Nsight Compute : CUDA application interactive kernel profiler
- Nsight Graphics : Graphics application frame debugger and profiler
- Nsight Systems : System-wide performance analysis tool
NVIDIA Nsight Integration (highlighted) under the Nsight menu
NVIDIA Nsight Developer Tools Integration for Visual Studio
NVIDIA Nsight Integration is a Visual Studio extension that allows you to access the power of the following NVIDIA Nsight standalone tools from within Visual Studio.
When any of these tools are installed along with NVIDIA Nsight Integration, these tools will appear under the NVIDIA 'Nsight' menu in the Visual Studio menu bar.
- Nsight standalone tools activity commands are now under the 'Nsight' menu, for quick access from within Visual Studio.
- When launched, Nsight standalone tool activities are auto-populated with Visual Studio project settings, providing an improved development workflow.
- Key bindings provide quick launching of activities.
- Visibility control options allow you to individually hide and show the Nsight tools that you've installed.
- Available for use on Visual Studio 2022, 2019, 2017.
 As of Nsight™ Integration 2022.1, released in May 2022, VS2015 support has been dropped.
 Visual Studio 2022 and later require the 64-bit version of Nsight Intration, while VS2019 and earlier require the 32-bit version.
Visual Studio project settings are transferred to the Nsight standalone tool
Key binding support for quick access
Enable/Disable tools to control visibility in Nsight menu
Take full advantage of NVIDIA's suite of Nsight tools
In order to use the full suite of Nsight tools within Visual Studio, you'll need to download and install these Nsight tools:
|CUDA application interactive kernel profiler
|Graphics application frame debugger and profiler
|System-wide performance analysis tool
|Nsight Visual Studio Edition
CPU+GPU CUDA debugger for integrated Visual Studio development, build, debugging, code correctness, and core dump analysis.
NOTE: Nsight VSE self-integrates into Visual Studio and does not require NVIDIA Nsight Integration