you qouted the 8 core results which had similar clocks. IPC do not scale linearly at higher clocks, but i scaled down, so if my scores were biased, they were biased towards intel marginallySee, that is why you cannot do this. Take for example 7700K:
7700K @4.8 GHz = 3893, 811.0/GHz
7700K @4.2 GHz = 3552, 845.7/GHz
So we have a situation where 7700K's IPC is 4% higher than.. 7700K. This is why you cannot derive ST numbers by simply dividing MT numbers by core count.
also the more important results are the 4c and even the 6 core. the 6 core was clocked similarly and still points towards the same result
6c-> email@example.com = 2545 firstname.lastname@example.org = 2645 or amd 5% slower clock for clock.
4c-> email@example.com = 2544 firstname.lastname@example.org = 3552 or amd 6% slower clock for clock.