Kepler Architecture

January 22, 2017 | Views: 3774

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What’s up Cybrarians?
Hope you’re all doing well since my last post! Today, I want to tell you about the architecture of the GPGPU that most of us may be using in our graphics cards.

As we all know, NVIDIA is the giant in the field of graphics cards and high-performance computing. The most common architectures used by NVIDIA are Fermi, Kepler, Maxwell and Pascal.

In the following video, I will explain the features of the Kepler architecture in particular.

Background/Important Info: 

Kepler is the successor of Fermi.

The 3 most important features that were added into this architecture are:

1. Hyper Q

2. Dynamic Parallelism

3. SMX

I created a video tutorial on this architecture so that anyone interested in high-performance computing can see how it’s done.

If you liked this post, take a look at one of my other posts: Fluxion Tool – Hacking Wi-Fi without dictionary attacks

Wish you all the best, readers.

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