LoCool: Fighting Hot Spots Locally for Improving System Energy Efficiency
IEEE Transactions on Computer-Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and Systems, pp. 895-908, 2020.
Elevated on-chip temperatures significantly degrade performance, energy-efficiency, and lifetime of processors. The cooling system for a chip is typically designed to remove the worst-case heat generated per unit area. Cooling demand, however, spatially and temporally varies across a chip as hot spots occur on different locations with dif...More
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