Next-Generation Streaming Multiprocessor (SMX) and Function Units in Kepler Architecture

Executive Summary

The Kepler GK110 is one of the innovative and complex microprocessors ever built by NVIDIA, consisting over 7 billion transistors. The microprocessor is designed specially to fulfill the needs of the emerging HPC market. Besides, it delivers more compute performance than its Fermi counterpart.

Project Highlights

The GK110 architecture now features a new Next-generation Streaming Multiprocessor Architecture called SMX. SMX delivers more processing performance (delivering up to 3x the performance per watt of Fermi). The number of cores has been increased to 192, which provides more space for computation. The figure below shows a detailed diagrammatic representation of SMX.
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