Just 2 days ago we wrote that AMDs new Trinity APU will increase performace by about 30 percent on the graphics side and that the new Piledriver core, also used in the Trinity APU, will bring a 10 to 20 percent IPC improvement.
Now we received a bit of information that the desktop version has to be mounted on the new FM2 socket. Currently it seems like that you can't use a Trinity based APU on a FM1 motherboard. If it's going to work the other way around (Llano on FM2) isn't clear yet too.
AMD will combine the Trinity launch with the presentation of the new A85 chipset. But even if it sounds new, it will be just an "ultra minor" update. One source speaks about just one change compared to the A75.