GPUs provide high-bandwidth/low-latency on-chip shared memory and L1 cache to efficiently service a large number of concurrent memory requests (to contiguous memory space). To support warp-wide accesses to L1 cache, GPU L1 cache lines are very wide. However, such L1 cache architecture cannot always be efficiently utilized when applications generate many memory requests with irregular access patterns especially due to branch and memory divergences. In this paper, we propose Elastic-Cache that can efficiently support both fine-A nd coarse-grained L1 cache-line management for applications with both regular and irregular memory access patterns. Specifically, it can store 32-or 64-byte words in non-contiguous memory space to a single 128-byte cache line. Furthermore, it neither requires an extra tag storage structure nor reduces the capacity of L1 cache since it stores auxiliary tags for fine-grained L1 cache-line managements in sharedmemory space that is not fully used in many applications. Our experiment shows that Elastic-Cache improves the geo-mean performance of applications with irregular memory access patterns by 58% without degrading performance of applications with regular memory access patterns.