Vortex: OpenCL Compatible RISC-V GPGPU

Vortex is an open source Hardware and Software project to support GPGPU based on RISC-V ISA extensions. Currently Vortex supports OpenCL and it runs on FPGA. The vortex platform is highly customizable and scalable with a complete open source compiler, driver and runtime software stack to enable research in GPU architectures.

New vortex will be on DAC DIET in 2021

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Vortex: OpenCL Compatible RISC-V GPGPU

Authors: Fares Elsabbagh, Blaise Tine, Priyadarshini Roshan, Ethan Lyons, Euna Kim, Da Eun Shim, Lingjun Zhu, Sung Kyu Lim, Hyesoon Kim

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Vortex: An Open Source Reconfigurable RISC-V GPGPU Accelerator for Architecture Research

Authors: Fares Elsabbagh, Blaise Tine, Apurve Chawda, Will Gulian, Yaotian Feng, Da Eun Shim, Priyadarshini Roshan, Ethan Lyons, Lingjun Zhu, Sung Kyu Lim, Hyesoon Kim

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Vortex RISC-V GPGPU System: Extending the ISA, Synthesizing the Microarchitecture, and Modeling the Software Stack

Authors: Fares Elsabbagh, Bahar Asgari, Hyesoon Kim and Sudhakar Yalamanchili

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