GeForce

  • GeForce RTX 2080[2]
  • GeForce RTX 2080 Ti[2]
  • NVIDIA TITAN V[2]
  • NVIDIA TITAN Xp[2][3]
  • NVIDIA TITAN X[2][3]
  • GeForce GTX 1080 Ti[2][3]
  • GeForce GTX 1080[2][3]
  • GeForce GTX 1070 Ti[2][3]
  • GeForce GTX 1070[2][3]
  • GeForce GTX 1060[2][3]
  • GeForce GTX 1050 Ti[2][3]
  • GeForce GTX 1050[2][3]
  • GeForce GT 1030[2][3]
  • GeForce GTX TITAN X[4]
  • GeForce GTX 980 Ti[4]
  • GeForce GTX 980[4]
  • GeForce GTX 980M[4]
  • GeForce GTX 970[4]
  • GeForce GTX 970M[4]
  • GeForce GTX 960[4]
  • GeForce GTX 950[4]
  • GeForce GTX TITAN Black[4]
  • GeForce GTX TITAN[4]
  • GeForce GTX 780 Ti[4]
  • GeForce GTX 780[4]
  • GeForce GTX 780M[4]
  • GeForce GTX 770[4]
  • GeForce GTX 770M[4]
  • GeForce GTX 760[4]
  • GeForce GTX 760M[4]
  • GeForce GTX 750 Ti[4]
  • GeForce GTX 750[4]
  • GeForce GTX 745[4]
  • GeForce GT 750M[4]
  • GeForce GT 745M[4]
  • GeForce GT 740M[4]
  • GeForce GT 735M[4]
  • GeForce GT 730M[4]
  • GeForce GTX 690[4]
  • GeForce GTX 680[4]
  • GeForce GTX 670[4]
  • GeForce GTX 660[4]
  • GeForce GTX 645[4]
  • GeForce GTX 660M[4]
  • GeForce GT 650M[4]
  • GeForce GT 640M[4]

Quadro

  • Quadro GV100[2]
  • Quadro GP100[1][2][3]
  • Quadro P6000[2][3]
  • Quadro P5000[2][3]
  • Quadro P4000[2][3]
  • Quadro P2000[2][3]
  • Quadro P1000[2][3]
  • Quadro P600[2][3]
  • Quadro P500[2][3]
  • Quadro P400[2][3]
  • Quadro M6000[4]
  • Quadro M5000[4]
  • Quadro M4000[4]
  • Quadro M2000[4]
  • Quadro K6000[4]
  • Quadro K5200[4]
  • Quadro K5000[4]
  • Quadro K5000M[4]
  • Quadro K4200[4]
  • Quadro K4000[4]
  • Quadro K4000M[4]
  • Quadro K3000M[4]
  • Quadro K2200[4]
  • Quadro K2000[4]
  • Quadro K2000M[4]
  • Quadro K1200[4]
  • Quadro K1000M[4]
  • Quadro K620[4]
  • Quadro K600[4]
  • Quadro K420[4]
  • Quadro K500M[4]
  • Quadro 410[4]

Tesla

  • Tesla V100[2]
  • Tesla P100[1][2][3]
  • Tesla P40[2][3]
  • Tesla P4[2][3]
  • Tesla M60[4]
  • Tesla M40[4]
  • Tesla M10[4]
  • Tesla M4[4]
  • Tesla K80[4]
  • Tesla K40[4]
  • Tesla K20[4]
  • Tesla K10[4]
[*] Note that new NVIDIA® Nsight™ Visual Studio Edition supported metrics vary be version and GPU architure.
[1] NVIDIA® Nsight™ Visual Studio Edition 5.3 and later supports GP100 debugging and CUDA trace, but not CUDA profiling. Please use the CUDA Visual Profiler from the CUDA toolkit for profiling.
[2] NVIDIA® Nsight™ Visual Studio Edition 6.0 supports CUDA debugging in WDDM and TCC mode on Pascal and later family GPUs using the Next-Gen CUDA debugger. See below for more details on the Next-Gen CUDA debugger.
[3] NVIDIA® Nsight™ Visual Studio Edition 5.5 and later supports CUDA debugging in WDDM mode on Pascal family GPUs using the Legacy CUDA debugger. See below for more details on the Legacy CUDA debugger.
[4] NVIDIA® Nsight™ Visual Studio Edition 5.5 supports CUDA debugging in TCC and WDDM mode on pre-Pascal family GPUs using the Legacy CUDA debugger. See below for more details on the Legacy CUDA debugger.

Supported Compute Debugger Configurations

Legacy and Next-Gen CUDA Debuggers

CUDA Debugger support for Pascal and Volta family GPUs is undergoing a transition that requires a new Nsight Visual Studio Edition compute debugger we are calling Next-Gen.

The 'Legacy' compute debugger, provided in Nsight Visual Studio Edition 6.0 and earlier, will not support Pascal (or later) GPUs running with TCC mode drivers or Volta (or later) GPUs in either TCC or WDDM mode.

The 'Next-Gen' compute debugger will support Pascal, Volta, and Turing GPUs.

Starting with Nsight Visual Studio Edition 5.5, both the Legacy and Next-Gen compute debuggers are available on the Visual Studio NSIGHT menu.

In Nsight Visual Studio Edition 5.5 and 5.6,

  • Pascal and Volta hardware may be debugged in the TCC driver mode using the Next-Gen CUDA debugger
  • Pascal GPUs may be debugged in the WDDM driver mode using the Legacy CUDA debugger
  • Maxwell and earlier GPUs may be debugged on Legacy hardware
  • Volta GPU support on WDDM mode drivers is only available in the 6.0 release with r400 drivers

In Nsight Visual Studio Edition 6.0, the Next-Gen CUDA debugger adds support for

  • Turing family GPU debugging in the TCC driver mode
  • Pascal, Volta, and Turing family GPU debugging in the WDDM driver mode with 410.29 or later drivers and win10 RS3 or later using the Next-Gen CUDA debugger

Please refer to the table below for supported compute debugger, driver, GPU, and OS configurations.

Supported GPU, driver, and OS configurations for the Legacy and Next-Gen CUDA debuggers
Operating System Win 7 Win 10
Driver Mode WDDM TCC WDDM pre-RS3 WDDM RS3 TCC
Driver Version all pre-r375 r375 pre-r400 r400 pre-r375 r375
Kepler Legacy
Next-Gen UNSUPPORTED UNSUPPORTED
Maxwell Legacy
Next-Gen UNSUPPORTED UNSUPPORTED
Pascal Legacy
Next-Gen UNSUPPORTED UNSUPPORTED
Volta Legacy
Next-Gen N/A N/A
Turing Legacy
Next-Gen N/A N/A

Supported configuration for the CUDA debugger
CUDA debugger is incompatible with this GPU, driver, and/or OS
UNSUPPORTED Unsupported by the CUDA debugger. Multi-context applications will not work
N/A Invalid GPU/driver combination
Deprecated GPU. NsightVSE support for this GPU will be removed in a future release.

When installing on Win10 RedStone3, the system will require a reboot before the Next-Gen WDDM CUDA debugger will be available. No reboot is required on win10 RedStone4 or later.


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