I agree, but as I said earlier, AMD is going up against an Intel core that is almost 5 years old. AMD's recently achieved near parity in gaming in light of that truth isn't as impressive. When Intel returns to process node parity or superiority (just a matter of time), the tables will have turned once again. Intel's formula of a high clock speed, high IPC monolithic core with an IMC and SMT, is probably the best design for gaming workloads.Zen 2 significantly improved gaming performance compared to Zen and Zen+ though, to the point that Intel's advantage is limited to some niche corner cases (low res and very high frequency) so Zen 2's high latencies seem not to be too bad (all while offering an obvious area for further improvements in the future).
That's why I'm not so convinced that the Zen 2 chiplet design with massive L3 caches to offset the memory latency is the way to go if they want to get the upper hand on Intel in gaming in future.