What is the Intel's iGPU area occupied on the die (or transistor count) and what is the power consumpition of the iGPU alone? Didnt find any information from Intel, quite odd they dont advertise this information in the spec sheet.
It's not entirely a secret. They publish these photo's in their press kit:
(Intel Core i7-2600K source: pcmag)
And, since all parts of a family have the same die, you can read the specs to see the changes.
For example, if you compare these two chips: E3-1226V3 and E3-1230 v3.
You will see that graphics come at the expense of hyperthreading and still costs 4 watts more.
It's also completely irrelevant data if you're not developing motherboards. That's why they do not publish it to the end user.
Intel does publish register maps, for those wanting to program bare metal. But designing a board for these parts is such an effort that you have to ask Intel for design assistance.