That looks more like a chip for CRS, not CCR.
AFAIK Mikrotik is doing all the high level networking stuff in the Linux kernel. All those firewall/mangle/qos/whatever features need to be ported to run in the NPU. Whatever feature is not supported in the NPU needs to run on main CPU. Either you have a strong main CPU, so no need for a NPU or you will have a very slow router (see CRS).
It looks like with than NPU you can create a big Cisco L3 switch class machine (e.g. 65xx) in terms of performance, but all you can do is packet routing and filtering/NAT. Everything else that is outside of the ASIC/NPU and slow (if allowed at all).