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[anandtech]Intel’s Raja Koduri Teases “Ponte Vecchio” Xe GPU Silicon

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Today’s teaser from Koduri shows off a tray with three different Ponte Vecchio chips of different sizes. While detailed information about Ponte Vecchio is still limited, Intel has previously commented that Ponte Vecchio would be taking a chiplet route for the GPU, using multiple chiplets to build larger and more powerful designs. Koduri’s latest photo, in turn, looks to be a clear illustration of that, with the larger chip sizes roughly correlating to 1x2 and 2x2 configurations of the smallest chip.

And with presumably multiple chiplets under the hood, the resulting chips are quite sizable. With a helpful 18650 battery in the photo for reference, we can see that the smaller packages are around 65mm wide, while the largest package is easily approaching 110mm on a side. (For refence, an Intel desktop CPU is around 37.5mm x 37.5mm).
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Chiplets are the future.
Who would have thought! At first we thought we'd never need more than one CPU core, then parallelism with multicores became a reality, it simply had to, and we're finally getting to a point where the physical hardware isn't all on one die.

Segmenting parts of a CPU becomes more cost effective when you consider the difference of losing an entire chip to losing just a chiplet that houses cores or one that houses IO. Unfortunately i don't see the cost savings trickling down to consumers, yet.

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Chiplets are the future.
i'm stoked. hopefully we get them down in gamer land by 4 series?

probably 5, which is after WW3 & gulags.

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Who would have thought! At first we thought we'd never need more than one CPU core, then parallelism with multicores became a reality, it simply had to, and we're finally getting to a point where the physical hardware isn't all on one die.

Segmenting parts of a CPU becomes more cost effective when you consider the difference of losing an entire chip to losing just a chiplet that houses cores or one that houses IO. Unfortunately i don't see the cost savings trickling down to consumers, yet.
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Who would have thought! At first we thought we'd never need more than one CPU core, then parallelism with multicores became a reality, it simply had to, and we're finally getting to a point where the physical hardware isn't all on one die.

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6 cores used to cost $1000!
Only for binned chips, a 6 core 12 thread chip has been ~$600 since 2010.

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