You are overpaying for the 60mh/s AND paying more electricity as the APU uses more power then a CPU with the same power. And you are using 50 watts over a sempron 140 that would make the most sense in mining.
Sorry but your logic is flawed and you are simply wrong.
You're saying that using a Sempron 140 sitting around doing nothing and draining 50w is better than an APU hashing at 65-75mh/s and draining nearly the same energy?
You think the APU will drain 100w at 65mh/s?
Nope. The 5870m in my Alienware laptop has a TDP of 50w and hashes at 152mh/s at stock clock. The APU was designed from the Mobility series and has an even higher efficiency rating than the Mobility series. So, like I said, the hashing power of the APU is nearly free (compared to an equivalent CPU).
There is no reason to build a rig from this point forward with a useless CPU when you could be using that slot for efficient extra hashing.
Sorry, but you are simply wrong.
The a8 that will do 65 mh/s APU is rated at 100W and the Sempron is rated at 45w. You are paying $90 more for the cpu, and you are drawing 55w more power. The Sempron has only one core (at least one turned on), the A8 has four. Even idle they waste some power.
You say the hashing power is free. It is not and I am not wrong.