Check out these quotes from AMD A10-6800K reviews & previews
"It just doesn't provide the level of performance increase that would justify buying it over last generation's processors. I think there is a good chance that the price of the Richland APUs will drop relatively quickly. When it does, I'll get behind it. Until then, get a Trinity."
"I thoroughly enjoyed playing with the new A10-6800K. Those looking for anything other than clock speed boosts are going to be disappointed a bit, but that doesn't bother me at all because these chips seem to clock really well. The chip does its job really well as a cheap toy to play with during the summer, or as the base of an entry-level PC for your kids or your wife, as it can be used to play some current games with low details at decent framerates. I'm not sure what to think about the whole Dual Graphics side of things, since you might as well play the game on a console at such a level of performance to avoid the headache that comes with a PC interface. Apps like Valve's Big Picture go a long way towards alleviating the interface problem, but consoles still provide greater ease-of-use to most consumers that might buy an entry-level PC. The expanded overclocking capabilities make the A10-6800K a great choice for a weekend of overclocking that is really easy on the wallet, but not everyone is into that either."