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Hardware variability is predicted to increase dramatically over the coming years as a consequence of continued technology scaling. In this paper, we apply the Underdesigned and Opportunistic Computing (UnO) paradigm by exposing system-level power variability to software to improve energy efficiency. We present ViPZonE, a memory management solution in conjunction with application annotations that opportunistically performs memory allocations to reduce DRAM energy. ViPZonE's components consist ofdoi:10.1109/tc.2014.2329675 fatcat:wqdtleqzyzh5tadjocqt64bfpa