Then by your definition just about any current-model chip not made by Frito-Lay would be classed as "high performance", leading the term to lose all its meaning. I know you're a big AMD supporter and want to portray their products in the best possible light, but you should know better than that.
If an APU can put up high performance due to OpenCL or such, why would it not be classified as a high-performance part? Is it because if the same app only relied on the CPU, it's not high-performance compared to a $1000 chip? That's just stupid. That's like saying "oh, this i7-3960k isn't high-performance because it can't run BF3 by itself and get more than ten frames!"