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AMD: multi-die processors need more silicon than monolithic ones, but they are still much cheaper
01.03.2021 [18:39],
Alexey Razin

AMD boldly talks about its approach to the layout of modern processors — it has been using so-called chiplets for several years in a row, and can provide the results of calculations confirming the feasibility of such an approach. Interestingly, chiplet processors need more silicon than monolithic ones, but the former are still cheaper to manufacture.

Image source: AMD, EE Times

AMD representatives managed to publish the next results of calculations as part of the ISSCC 2021 event, the agenda of which was followed by the EE Times website. A year ago, AMD has already explained that a hypothetical 32-core EPYC processor on a monolithic crystal would be twice as expensive as one assembled from chiplets, and the company would not have been able to release a model with 64 cores using a monolithic layout at all.

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To follow up, AMD reported this year that a 32-core EPYC processor with four chiplets consumes roughly 852 mm2 of silicon, while its hypothetical monolithic counterpart would take up an area of ​​777 mm2. It would seem that silicon consumption when using chiplets is about 10% higher, but in practice, a multichip processor turns out to be 41% cheaper in production. First, compact crystals give a lower percentage of rejects, since the risk of concentration of defects on the crystal is reduced. Secondly, the processor can be assembled from dissimilar crystals produced by different lithographic technologies. The most advanced and most expensive technical processes are needed to manufacture crystals with computational cores and other high-speed logic. The auxiliary part can be content with older production technologies, which are cheaper. Nevertheless, an increase in silicon consumption during the transition to chiplets contributes to an increase in the burden on manufacturers and an aggravation of product shortages.

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AMD recalls that it is more than four times more expensive to produce a 250mm2 dummy die using 5nm technology than using 45nm technology. Monolithic 7nm EPYC processor with 32 cores would be twice as expensive as multichip. Well, the increase in silicon consumption by 10% with this arrangement is explained by the appearance of additional logic, which is needed to transfer information between chiplets and coordinate their work. In the future, AMD will think about integrating memory chips on a chip with computing cores, as well as using higher density connection methods. These ideas, as you know, are shared to some extent by Intel.

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