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To put it in perspective, NVIDIA's H100 accelerator, which is already multiple reticles in size, is priced at about $30,000. Given this, larger and more capable chips developed with the CoWoS-L technology would undoubtedly cost significantly more.
That's not what the H100 launched at. It's costing that much mainly due to the recent demand surge. IIRC, they could be found online for like $18k, when I checked last November.

there is another major challenge: cooling
I'd expect phase-change immersion cooling to gain in popularity. Many of those buying such expensive processors and paying so much to power them probably won't mind the added cost of such kit.