Originally Posted by Opcode
Well according to CPU World Trinity ran between 0.825V - 1.475V, so my guess is up to 1.45V would be fine for Richland as it uses the same exact same CPU cores. The A10-5800k runs at 1.45V out of the box when in turbo mode. So you should hit 4.6 GHz on the 6800k before hitting 1.433V, so my guess is 4.7 GHz range around 1.45V would be best case scenario for 24/7. Tho the A10-6800k may handle more volts than that, I personally wouldn't feel comfortable running it on anything above 1.5V myself. I still await my 6800k, so I haven't gotten yet to play with one.
Any software that's GPU accelerated will perform better on a APU than a similar budget i3. Both lightworks and sony vegas are GPU accelerated, so he should expect to see better at real time effects in lightworks etc. Not to mention the four cores should make a big difference when it comes time to encode or convert videos. Tho some of them processes are already GPU accelerated this day in age as well.
For A10-6800K voltages, see this APU Club post
Originally Posted by The Stilt
1.61V is the absolute maximum value for Richland APUs (Core VDD).
Beyond that point AMD cannot guarantee the functionality of the part, even after the voltage has been lowered to normal levels (i.e. permanent damage). On conventional cooling methods nothing above 1.55V should be used even for a short periods of time.
Luckily my deeply unconventional 38mm Silverstone kept the apu from harm.