I noticed the chip pictured on the site looks like an engineering sample instead of retail. I wonder how old of a sample it is... If it truely represents final silicon, it looks like Ryzen is very memory bandwidth starved and has a weaker FPU compared to Intel chips. I think I see an 1800X in my future with some top of the line DDR4.
It was stated somewhere in there that it's an ES and there were issues with the motherboard and RAM speeds. I'd imagine the post-NDA reviews tomorrow should answer these issues.
Even at that, at base clock and 2133 ram, those numbers are good.