Thats pretty good no? 47mm^2 = 2tflops.Ian has his article about Tigerlake's die.
Damn, so the Xe iGPU is even more area efficient than I thought. Seems to be under 50mm2. Actually, I'm getting 46-48mm2. So that's something like a 15% increase. In comparison, Gen 11 is 41-43mm2(41mm2 according to wikichip).
Ian is getting 146mm2 for the whole die, which is actually what I got. Out of the ~24mm2 increase, 8mm is due to Willow Cove cores. The increase is pretty much as I said back in post #3831
Looks like Intel arranged Tigerlake in a way that's easier to add cores.
Addendum: At 38mm2 vs 48mm2, the CPU portion is almost as large as the GPU portion. So much for the iGPU taking up majority of die space. This is because the iGPU scales better.
If intel put out a dice similar in size to a 5700xt (251mm ^2) that would be a 10.7tflop gpu before the benefit of dedicated TDP.