Nvtop: Nvidia GPU htop-like monitoring tool

What is NVTOP?
Nvtop stands for NVidia TOP, a (h)top like task monitor for NVIDIA GPUs. It can
handle multiple GPUs and print information about them in a htop familiar way.
Because a picture is worth a thousand words:

Table of Contents
NVTOP Options and Interactive Commands
GPU Support
Ubuntu / Debian
Fedora / RedHat / CentOS

NVTOP Options and Interactive Commands
NVTOP comes with a manpage!

For quick command line arguments help

GPU Support
The NVML library does not support some of the queries for GPUs coming before the
Kepler microarchitecture. Anything starting at GeForce 600, GeForce 800M and
successor should work fine. For more information about supported GPUs please
take a look at the NVML documentation.
Two libraries are required:
The NVIDIA Management Library (NVML) which comes with the GPU driver.
This queries the GPU for information.

The ncurses library driving the user interface.
This makes the screen look beautiful.

Distribution Specific Installation Process
Ubuntu / Debian
Fedora / RedHat / CentOS
NVIDIA drivers, CUDA required for nvml libraries (see RPM

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