Residing on the same piece of silicon, as opposed to a separate chip somewhere else. Usually used to refer to cache memory which is on the CPU itself, but can also refer to a video or ethernet controller which is integrated into a CPU or bridge on a chipset.

The advantage of placing a component on-die is extremely low latency, as well as a theoritcally unlimited width of the internal bus.

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