Got some more data. When Ryzen has 3200Mhz RAM, it outperforms Sandybridge at draw calls. The caveat is that the application must only use 1 core cluster (CCX). Otherwise, performance is on par with Core 2.
The user with the Ryzen + Fury X, got the same score as the Ryzen [2 CCX] + Fury Nano, when using one core from each CCX.
It gets worse. Ryzen 5 (6 core and 4 core) will cut down each CCX. So the 6 core Ryzen is 3+3 cores, and 4 core Ryzen is 2+2. Ideal is 4+2 for 6 core, and 4+0 for the 4 core. But no, AMD is being cheap.