Why no EMIB?

By: David Hess (davidwhess.delete@this.gmail.com), November 9, 2018 9:43 pm
Room: Moderated Discussions
anon.1 (abc.delete@this.def.com) on November 6, 2018 7:15 am wrote:
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> Is it possible to put 2x 200W dies maybe a mm apart and not run into mechanical stresses
> or thermal issues?

Having so much power dissipated over a limited surface area by two devices is merely inconvenient. A 3x3 array with the same close spacing would be a major problem because of access to the die in the center.

Mechanical stress depends on matching the temperature coefficient of expansion between the silicon and anything attached to it like the lead frame, substrate, die attachment, and heat spreader. If a socket is used, then this only has to be handled by the packaging but it becomes a major issue with BGA packages soldered to standard printed circuit boards as nVidia has demonstrated for more than 10 years. Lead free solder made this considerably worse because the more ductile leaded solders have greater mechanical compliance.
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          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
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