Yeah - it's almost becoming a meme.intel really should stop trying to put down amd since they seem to do exactly that later on.
Later? More like years agointel really should stop trying to put down amd since they seem to do exactly that later on.
In the end this doesn't matter. It is a MCM design one way or the other.I highly doubt intel is using chiplets. What they usually do is to combine 2 dies to double the core count
Of course it will be larger. Already Ice Lake SP will provide 32 to 36 (?) cores on a monolithic die, therefore of course it is significantly larger than a Ryzen CPU with only up to 16 cores.Yes, this.
I bet each of those 'chiplets' is about twice as large as an entire Ryzen CPU. This is probably more like the Pentium D 2021 edition.
Intel presented their intentions to use smaller chiplets for what they call Client 2.0.I highly doubt intel is using chiplets.
Its just youIs it just me or does the pinout on the CPU appear to be designed similar to what you'd see in a dual socket board? It seems like it's literally 2 separate CPUs glued together to fit into 1 oversized socket. So just imagine a dual socket setup designed to work with one glued together cpu. So no infinity fabric design on the CPU itself.