In the Futuremark online results browser new entries have been spotted for the Radeon RX Vega 3DMark 11. The results show the tested product to be in the GeForce GTX 1080 range.
Radeon RX Vega 3DMark 11 however is not rather good in testing graphics cards in the year 2017, it is a very CPU bound titles these days.
What I found more interesting is that all entries are located under code 687F:C1 8GB. So that is in fact confirmed the Radeon RX Vega as it is the consumer 8GB version. Two other things jump out, the clock and memory speeds are now consistently at 1630 MHz for the GPU clock frequency, with the memory listed at 1890 MHz (HBM2).
The highest score is 31K points. A GTX 1070 scores 25K'ish points, a GTX 1080 (factory overclocked) sits at the 30K marker. Check below a listing that videocardz compiled with some results spread out:
|AMD Radeon RX Vega 3DMark 11 Performance|
|Graphics Card||Core Clock||Memory Clock||3DMark 11 GPU Score|
|MSI GTX 1080 Gaming X 8GB (OC)||1987 MHz||11064 MHz||
|MSI GTX 1080 Gaming X 8GB||1898 MHz||10112 MHz||
|687F:C1 8GB #1||1630 MHz+||1890 MHz||
|687F:C1 8GB #2||1630 MHz+||1890 MHz||
|687F:C1 8GB #3||1630 MHz+||1890 MHz||
|687F:C1 8GB #4||1630 MHz+||1890 MHz||
|687F:C1 8GB #5||1630 MHz+||1890 MHz||
|687F:C1 8GB #6||1630 MHz+||1890 MHz||
|687F:C1 8GB #7||1630 MHz+||1890 MHz||
|687F:C1 8GB #8||1630 MHz||1890 MHz||
|687F:C1 8GB #9||1630 MHz||1890 MHz||
|COLORFUL GTX 1070 iGame XTOP 8GB (OC)||2025 MHz||9108 MHz||
|COLORFUL GTX 1070 iGame XTOP 8GB||1885 MHz||8008 MHz||