A Survey on GPU System Considering its Performance on Different Applications

D. Londhe, P. Barapatre, N. Gholap,S. Das
Department of Computer Engineering, University of Mumbai, Gharda Institute of Technology, Lavel, Maharashtra, India; Department of Computer Engineering, University of Pune, SKNSITS, Lonavala, Maharashtra, India; Department of Computer Engineering, KJ College of Engineering, Pune, Maharashtra, India
Computer Science & Engineering: An International Journal (CSEIJ), Vol. 3, No. 4, 11



   author={Londhe, Dattatraya and Barapatre, Praveen and Gholap, Nisha and Das, Soumitra}


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In this paper we study NVIDIA graphics processing unit (GPU) along with its computational power and applications. Although these units are specially designed for graphics application we can employee there computation power for non graphics application too. GPU has high parallel processing power, low cost of computation and less time utilization; it gives good result of performance per energy ratio. This GPU deployment property for excessive computation of similar small set of instruction played a significant role in reducing CPU overhead. GPU has several key advantages over CPU architecture as it provides high parallelism, intensive computation and significantly higher throughput. It consists of thousands of hardware threads that execute programs in a SIMD fashion hence GPU can be an alternate to CPU in high performance environment and in supercomputing environment. The base line is GPU based general purpose computing is a hot to pics of research and there is great to explore rather than only graphics processing application.
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