Power Management and Dynamic Voltage Scaling : Myths and Facts

@inproceedings{Snowdon2005PowerMA,
  title={Power Management and Dynamic Voltage Scaling : Myths and Facts},
  author={David Snowdon and Sergio Ruocco and Gernot Heiser},
  year={2005}
}
This paper investigates the validity of common approaches to power management based on dynamic voltage scaling (DVS). Using instrumented hardware and appropriate operating-system support, we account separatel y for energy consumed by the processor and the memory system. We find that memory often contributes significantly to overall power consumption, which leads to a much more complex relationship between energy consumption and core voltage and frequency than is frequently assumed. As a… CONTINUE READING
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