Why dual PSU? Couldn't you just use a higher wattage +12v brick? I think the Pico PSU just passes through the +12v, which is most of what modern systems need. Also, you are specifying a 35W notebook chip, and the discrete graphics card won't use more than 75W.
Why dual graphics? Will you be gaming? See this link:
Review: AMD A10-5800K Dual Graphics evaluation
So, a Core i3 with the same Radeon 6670 usually outperforms the A10 with 6670 as dual graphics, let alone as discrete.
Now look at this:
Radeon 6670 vs 7750
Radeon 7750 outperforms 6670 quite a bit, plus uses less power.
Thus, you would be better off with a Core i3 and Radeon 7750 (several available as low profile). The card and CPU would cost a bit more, the motherboard a LOT less and you will get better performance. Ivy Bridge Core i3 are 55W but Intel usually draws below the TDP. Get the 1.35v Samsung DDR3. Everything should run off a single Pico PSU.