NVIDIA Windows Management Instrumentation SDK
Use Microsoft Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) to remotely control NVIDIA Quadro, GRID and NVS GPUs.
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NVIDIA Enterprise Management Toolkit called NVWMI lets IT administrators create scripts and programs for many administrative tasks and functions such as configuring GPU settings, retrieving GPU information, and performing automated tasks. The features of NVWMI operate across networks making it extremely powerful for remote administration and configuration of NVIDIA professional GPUs in Windows machines (virtual or physical) on corporate networks. The NVWMI SDK includes documentation and code samples demonstrating coding techniques for using NVWMI.
What's new in NVWMI 2.29
The minimum required NVIDIA Display Driver version is 368.39.
- Implemented dithering control in the Display class. The following new properties are supported:
- Implemented Display::setDither method.
This method changes dithering parameters.
- Implemented DisplayManager::saveCustomTimings method.
This method saves custom timings in an XML file. The timings are compatible with the NVIDIA Control Panel.
- Implemented DisplayManager::loadCustomTimings method for loading custom timings.
Read NVWMI 2.29 release notes for more details
Download NVWMI 2.29
To download, you must be a member of NVIDIA Developer - DesignWorks.
Step 1: Obtain NVIDIA NVWMI Toolkit Standalone Installer
NVWMI is also available as part of the display driver package. Use this standalone version if you need to update NVWMI independently, without updating the NVIDIA Display Driver. Minimum required NVIDIA Display Driver version is 368.39.
By clicking the "Agree & Download" button below, you are confirming that you have read and agree to be bound by the License For Customer Use of NVIDIA Software for use of the driver. The driver will begin downloading immediately after clicking on the "Agree & Download" button below.
Step 2: Obtain NVIDIA NVWMI SDK Package
The NVWMI SDK is a collection of code samples that demonstrate the use of NVWMI.
By clicking the "Agree & Download" button below, you are confirming that you have read and agree to be bound by the SOFTWARE DEVELOPER KITS, SAMPLES AND TOOLS LICENSE AGREEMENT for use of the SDK package. The download will begin immediately after clicking on the "Agree & Download" button below.
To access older versions of the NVWMI Toolit standalone installers, visit the NVWMI Toolkit Standalone Archive page.
Key Features of NVWMI
- Enumerate, query, and configure NVIDIA® Mosaic™ or individual displays.
- Save and apply state related to Display, nView, 3D Settings, and Application Profiles.
- Query system information such as driver version, firmware version, and VBIOS version.
- Enumerate and query NVIDIA GPUs, Boards, Thermal Probes, and Coolers.
- Set event notifications related to Cooler and Thermal Probes.
- Performance counters to monitor the state of NVIDIA hardware in real-time.
|Operating System||Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 (32 and 64 bit)|
Windows Quadro Display drivers 368.39 or newer
|Development Environment||Windows: Visual Studio 2010/2013/2015|
|Supported languages||Scripting: VBScript or PowerShell|
Programming: C++/C#/Visual Basic .NET
- NVWMI can be used in Virtual Machine mode on NVIDIA GRID
- NVWMI can be used from the following clients*:
- The WMI command line tool, wmic.exe
- WMI Scripting APIs such as PowerShell and VBScript
- Applications developed in C++, C#, .NET Framework or Visual Basic .NET
- NVWMI provides performance counters with information about the state of NVIDIA hardware in real-time. Performance counters are accessible using standard OS tools such as Microsoft Performance Monitor or programmatically.
Control and monitor QuadroSync implementation using NVWMI.
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|Quadro Series:||P6000, P5000, M6000, M5000, M4000, M2000, M5500, M5000M, M4000M, M3000M, M2000M, M1000M, M600M, M500M, K6000, K5000, K4000, K2000D, K2000, K1200, K620, K600, K420, K5100M, K4100M, K3100M, K2100M, K1100M, K610M, K510M, K5000M, K4000M, K3000M, K2000M, K1000M, K500M, FX 5800, FX 580, FX 570, FX 5600, FX 4800, FX 4700 X2, FX 4600, FX 380 Low Profile, FX 3800, FX 380, FX 3700, FX 370, FX 3450, FX 1800, FX 1700, FX 1800M, FX 880M, FX 380M, CX, 7000, 6000, 5000, 4000 for Mac, 4000, 2000D, 2000, 600, 410, 400|
|NVS Series:||NVS 810, NVS 510, NVS 450, NVS 420, NVS 315, NVS 310, NVS 300, NVS 295, NVS 290|
|Tesla Series:||P100, P40, P4, M60, M6, M40, M4, K80|
|Quadro Plex Series:||S Series, Model IV, D Series, 7000|
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