Roofline-aware DVFS for GPUs

@inproceedings{Nugteren2014RooflineawareDF,
  title={Roofline-aware DVFS for GPUs},
  author={Cedric Nugteren and Gert-Jan van den Braak and Henk Corporaal},
  booktitle={ADAPT '14},
  year={2014}
}
Graphics processing units (GPUs) are becoming increasingly popular for compute workloads, mainly because of their large number of processing elements and high-bandwidth to off-chip memory. The roofline model captures the ratio between the two (the compute-memory ratio), an important architectural parameter. This work proposes to change the compute-memory ratio dynamically, scaling the voltage and frequency (DVFS) of 1) memory for compute-intensive workloads and 2) processing elements for memory… CONTINUE READING

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