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There you go, no example necessary.
At this point I am fairly convinced you never had an example in mind to being with.
Implementing a instruction, takes transistors. CISC has more instructions.
As I explained above, the difference this makes in real world is practically zero. Half or more of most CPU's transistor budget these days is just the cache for crying out loud.
EPYC 7742 a 64 core x86 CPU is 32 billion transistors and Graviton2 an ARM based CPU, also 64 cores, is 30 billion transistors. Not quite what you'd except is it ?