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Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) is used as the bulk of the main memory in most computing systems and its energy and power consumption has become a first-class design consideration for modern systems. We propose ESKIMO, a scheme where when the program or operating systems memory manager allocates or frees up a memory region, this information is used by the architecture to optimize the working of the DRAM system, particularly to save energy and power. In this work we attempt to have thedoi:10.1145/1669112.1669156 dblp:conf/micro/IsenJ09 fatcat:o562fjh2k5fnllebwrsvhkcwhq