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At this point I am fairly convinced you never had an example in mind to being with.There you go, no example necessary.
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.Implementing a instruction, takes transistors. CISC has more instructions.
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 ?