Summary: Much like the A10 5800K APU , the A10 5700 as tested today is a product for entry-level towards mainstream PCs. The differences at CPU level in-between the two models are 10% at best. GPU Wise you'll see roughly similar performance.
Conclusion: AMD's second-generation APUs, codenamed Trinity, pack an awful lot of processing power into a single chip. The one clear downside of providing four CPU cores and class-leading integrated graphics in one package is undesirable under-load power-draw, especially when the APU is pushed to the limit.