Do yourself a favour, don't EVER look at LoserBenchmark for accurate numbers. The "information" that they give is about as credible as what you would get from Alex Jones. They are biased to the point that it's completely ridiculous and are so anti-AMD that I wonder if Lisa Su killed the site owner's mother. It's far more likely that they're paid by Intel and nVidia.
According to them, every reviewer who has ever shown an AMD part outperforming an Intel or nVidia part is paid by AMD and is lying. This includes very
reputable sites like Tom's Hardware, Techspot, Gamers Nexus, Guru3D and TechPowerUp.
Now, you are correct that the UHD 630 is superior to the HD 5570 but not because LoserBenchmark says so and you completely wreck your credibility by saying that you got your information there. Nobody who has any clue about tech even considers looking at LoserBenchmark for information.
If you want quick and somewhat
accurate numbers, you're far better off using Passmark. For CPUs, the website is cpubenchmark.net
and for GPUs, the site is videobenchmark.net.
You can also download their benchmarking software for your own PC.
Even then though, quick numbers are only good in cases like this where the two parts involved are a complete mismatch. If you were to compare two parts that are similar in performance and era, you'd have to look at actual reviews to get an accurate picture of things because there are too many variables.
Just never, ever
use LoserBenchmark because not only do you give bad information to people (and make a laughing stock of yourself in the process), you'll end up screwing yourself by making a bad purchase based on their "recommendations".