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AMD's A series is a family of three 32nm chips that use two to four of the Stars x86 cores and pack an updated graphics core with three to five SIMD units supporting Microsoft DirectX 11 APIs.
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FYI, the Star cores are on 32nm SOI (see ASN http://bit.ly/eMg4mc).
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