Although synthetic benchmarks are targeting high-end GPUs, it's interesting how CPUs with integrated graphics can handle these kind of workloads. Unigine Superposition features state of the art effects to render remarkable visuals.
Intel i3-6100 was able to perform much closer to AMD A10-7860K compared to gaming scenarios. APUs used to hammer Intel's integrated graphics in computational tasks like LuxMark or other OpenCL based applications. But the drivers released by Intel at the end of 2016 brought huge performance uplift for the blue chips. Overall, in Unigine's latest Superposition benchmark the Radeon R7 is only 10% faster than the HD 530.