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I asked a question about computer hardware. I looked through the section about what is considered on topic on this site and I didn't see any problems with my question. However my question was closed as off topic, specifically, if I read it correctly, because my question is supposedly about a hardware recommendation.

What can I do to make it clear that I am not looking for a hardware recommendation and what do I need to do so my question gets reopened. And if my question is in fact off topic for this site, which site is better for my question?

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    As mentioned in the comments the only people who know are going to either be the designers, or those that have had reason to remove a die from its packaging and enough time to determine functional blocks. It borders on not being about the use of computer hardware and more on low-level electronic design. – Mokubai Jul 27 at 11:53
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Its rather broad, since there's no specific thing that determines the size of a core based on its design, and may vary according to role and generation.

While one might potentially disagree with the close reason, it is also a question that's probably impossible to answer authoritatively, and as an end user, rather than worry about the size of a specific core, how it does your task matters more.

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