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huge I/O, IMC and cache though, the cores themselves barely are 30% of the total die area.

compared to mainstream CPUs.

if you remove the GPU portion, the cores would take up around 50% of the total die area.
so a hexacore mainstream would have 60%~70% of the die area taken up by cores.
Edited by epic1337 - 8/30/16 at 7:35pm
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if you remove the GPU portion, the cores would take up around 50% of the total die area.
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?
you don't see the image i posted? weird. headscratch.gif
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huge I/O, IMC and cache though, the cores themselves barely are 30% of the total die size.
Depends on the die and architecture though. The cores though have remained fairly small relative to the rest of the chip ever since the Nehalem/Phenom II days. LLC is the big hog now.
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you don't see the image i posted? weird. headscratch.gif
You want Intel to 'remove' a part of a built processor?
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Depends on the die and architecture though. The cores though have remained fairly small relative to the rest of the chip ever since the Nehalem/Phenom II days. LLC is the big hog now.

*shrugs* one indication of too many things integrated.
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You want Intel to 'remove' a part of a built processor?

had you been following the topic or did you just quote it to satisfy yourself?
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had you been following the topic or did you just quote it to satisfy yourself?

You have responded to many different people who were talking about different things.

Now again you are lunging this insult without any context.
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You have responded to many different people who were talking about different things.

Now again you are lunging this insult without any context.
if you don't wanna read the other posts then just say so.


what insult? is the word "satisfactory" an insult now?
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*shrugs* one indication of too many things integrated.
To be fair, the cores havent been the largest unit on the chip since 45nm Core 2 and its gigantic L2 cache (or Dunnington which could be called Core 2 Hex with 3 core pairs taking up a little over 2/3rds of the die, L2 cache rounding that up to 3/4ths, with I/O and L3 cache taking up the remaining quarter).

There's also the fact that cores stop scaling after a certain point in terms of size, be it for power/thermal concerns, or yields. Having the cores be their current size also helps in cramming more of them onto the die, or in Intel's case, use the saved die area to spend on an IGP.
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