Good to know that. However, consider two people who do similar stuff with their CPUs, one with 13900K and the other with 7950X. Intel user will save power in browsing and lose a lot of power in multicore. AMD user will lose power in browsing but will save a lot more in multicore heavy workloads. It kinda balances out in the end for the average user. And if the user is constantly running Blender and other heavy duty workloads, they win with the 7950X with a lower power bill. It all depends on the usage scenarios. Every user has to do their research to see which company gives them the best value. It's no longer the case like Zen 2 vs. Comet Lake where AMD seemed a bit weak or Zen 3 vs. Comet Lake where Intel was clearly the loser.The browsing power usage was the most eye opening, as the 7950x looked like it was drawing on average about 120w, while RPL was about 80w.