By the way, even if it were compatible/valid, it's common sense here on OCN that you don't suggest a DIY supercombo/barebones kit because they suck. If you take the time to put a parts list together, even what looks like the best of deals can be beat.
FX-6300 - $120 shipped [Newegg]
GA-78LMT-S2P - $53 shipped, $10 rebate [Amazon]
2x2GB Crucial DDR3-1333 @ CL7 - $29 shipped [NCIX]
500GB HDD - $55 shipped [NCIX]
DVD - $16 shipped [NCIX]
Fractal Core 1000 - $25 shipped [NCIX]
Corsair CX430 - $40 shipped, $20 AR [Newegg]
Linksys wifi adapter - $11 shipped [NCIX]
Actual supercombo cost: $337 + $11 shipping = $349 shipped, $289 after rebates.
Alternate combo cost: $349 shipped, $319 after rebates. + FX-6300, + dual-channel memory, + higher-quality PSU, + heastink compatibility, +$30 (unless you don't bother with rebates like most of us anyway)
Oh, and if you can take a Phenom II x6 at Microcenter for $80, then combine it with my combination above and you have beat that Supercombo by a good $40 before rebates and $10 after, but everything has better parts quality
But, okay, seriously now. You're not gaming. It looks like your biggest performance need will be general-purpose. You won't pursue video editing, etc. The only thing a 6-core will give you is more heat, more power consumption, and a higher power bill. I urge you to take the advice some of us have given and go with a Socket FM2 APU. A quad core APU with its powerful integrated graphics will make for a great improvement from your A6 pavillion laptop and more than suit your needs. With other options that focus on things like 6-core CPUs, you're getting increased power consumption at little benefit because chances are you will end up with a much worse graphics processor than with your original laptop. And, in many modern programs, GPU performance is really starting to matter. Even in general web browsing.