OpenGL benchmark scores of AMD’s upcoming Polaris 11 and 10 GPUs have been listed online on the GFXBench database.
Unfortunately, it isn’t clear if these scores are for the mobile or desktop parts. Nor can we gauge performance of the GPUs based on these benchmarks. However, the one thing that does seem very clear is that the AMD Polaris 11 67E8 seems to perform better than the Polaris 67FF SKU.
A Polaris 10 SKU, 67DF can also be found on the GFXBench database, and it somehow manages to post scores that are more or less similar to the Polaris 11 67E8.
As you can see in the benchmark chart above, all three Polaris cards seem to score lower than an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 950 in most tests. That does seem very wrong as the Polaris cards should have performed much higher. So we will need to wait until more accurate benchmark scores leak on the web.