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To: TGPTNDR who wrote (30705)6/14/2019 6:28:29 PM
From: Pravin KamdarRead Replies (1) of 37796
IMO the best reason for chiplets is to get heat out of the area of the CPU.

I'd say that is a really good benefit, but the best reason is chiplet yield -- vs monolithic large dies -- and all of the binning options that come with it. Also, chiplets allow you to update one kind of chiplet in the package without having to update an entire large monolithic die.

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