The CHIP Dataset

We provide a dataset with 2231 CPUs and 2714 GPUs to help researchers understand the development trend of CPUs and GPUs. The dataset is last updated in Jan 2024.

Here are some interesting findings:

  • Moore's Law still holds, especially in GPUs.
  • Dannard Scaling is still valid in general.
  • CPUs have higher frequencies, but GPUs are catching up.
  • GPU performance doubles every 1.5 years.
  • GPU performance improvement is a joint effect of smaller transistors, larger die size, and higher frequency.
  • High-end GPUs tends to first use new semiconductor technologies. Low-end GPUs may use old technologies for a few years.
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