Summary: This paper presents a novel architecture for a fault-tolerant and dual modular redundancy (DMR) system using a checkpoint recovery approach. The architecture features exploitation of SRAM with simultaneous copy and instantaneous compare function. It can perform low-latency data copying between dual cores. Therefore, it can carry out fast backup and rollback. Furthermore, it can reduce the power consumption during data comparison process compared to the cyclic redundancy check (CRC). Evaluation results show that, compared with the conventional checkpoint/restart DMR, the proposed architecture reduces the cycle overhead by 97.8% and achieves a 3.28% low-latency execution cycle even if a one-time fault occurs when executing the task. The proposed architecture provides high reliability for systems with a real-time requirement.