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    Do higher metal layers consume more power

    If I switch out an M1 layer with M10 this will reduce the delay since R is less for higher M. But how does this affect power consumption provided there are no adjacent interconnects (No interwire capacitance). The self capacitance is higher , so does that mean M10 consumes more power than M1?

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    Re: Do higher metal layers consume more power

    no higher M lesser PWR Consumption..i think so



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