A sub-discussion below Is there any demonstrated or even proposed technology that can sterilize a spacecraft with 100% certainty and yet leave it electronically functional? in Space Exploration SE involves the speed at which VLSI process development (circuit complexity, design rules, speed) might happen in silicon carbide compared to silicon.
There's an argument that SiC will remain 50 years behind silicon, I've argued that with all the advanced manufacturing toolsets, device and circuit modeling software already in place process shrink could happen far faster for a new material than it did for silicon historically.
I'd mentioned these ring oscillator test structures from 2016 Prolonged silicon carbide integrated circuit operation in Venus surface atmospheric conditions (from this answer) and have since found the 2019 paper Towards Silicon Carbide VLSI Circuits for Extreme Environment Applications (also here)
Question: What is the current state of the art design rule for SiC VLSI? What are the technological impediments to shrinking to a design rule sufficiently to start making modern micro-controllers and low speed image processors on SiC for a spacecraft to land on Venus and operate at ~460 °C?