- Oct 14, 2003
And Icelake is 41.1mm2 according to wikichip. One thing we can both agree on is that its a big advancement.I did use the picture without the orange outline yesterday and got 45mm².
Something that I hope they can do it again with 7nm variants with the space afforded and the increased perf/watt.
Intel doesn't show die data for Icelake on their datasheet. I get it. Publicly they shy away from telling press like Anandtech because people start grilling and arguing about it. But why not on datasheets? I know when I post die data on forums the visibility is way, way less than if Intel told it directly.
All we have since Skylake are measured data, which inherently contain errors.