Why no EMIB?

By: anon.1 (abc.delete@this.def.com), November 6, 2018 8:15 am
Room: Moderated Discussions
anon (anon.delete@this.mailinator.com) on November 6, 2018 3:31 am wrote:
> dmcq (dmcq.delete@this.fano.co.uk) on November 6, 2018 2:45 am wrote:
> > Anandtech outlined a new Intel multi-chip packkage
> > Intel Goes For 48-Cores: Cascade-AP with Multi-Chip Package Coming Soon
> > but says they're not using EMIB, do you think perhaps Anandtech are wrong or why would
> > they not use EMIB? It seems made for the job and a unique advantage for Intel.
>
> EMIB requires the chips it's used with to be designed for it. This 48-core CPU just
> appears to be two existing Cascade Lake SP chips shipped in a single package, communicating
> through the same links they would be in a multi-socket system.
>
> If Intel designs a new chip specifically for use in such a system, they would probably use EMIB.
>
>

Is it possible to put 2x 200W dies maybe a mm apart and not run into mechanical stresses or thermal issues? So far, we've seen EMIB as a product used only on AMD Vega part on Intel MCM. They chose not to put the CPUGPU interface on EMIB. Maybe there were legit management reasons (schedule, time to market, complexity, working with another company etc), but that would've been a great test vehicle for the idea and they didn't go all the way.
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Why no EMIB?dmcq2018/11/06 03:45 AM
  Why no EMIB?anon2018/11/06 04:31 AM
    Why no EMIB?anon.12018/11/06 08:15 AM
      Why no EMIB?Kevin G2018/11/06 09:06 AM
        Why no EMIB?useruser2018/11/06 10:41 AM
        Why no EMIB?anon.12018/11/07 08:00 AM
          Why no EMIB?Jeff S.2018/11/07 09:45 AM
      Why no EMIB?David Hess2018/11/09 09:43 PM
        Why no EMIB?dmcq2018/11/10 07:35 AM
          Why no EMIB?Maynard Handley2018/11/10 09:27 AM
          Why no EMIB?David Hess2018/11/10 09:37 AM
  TTMDaniel B2018/11/06 02:21 PM
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