How is that relevant? It's a completely different architecture than Intel, it's not apples to apples.https://www.techspot.com/review/1457-ryzen-7-vs-core-i7-octa-core/
Well that didn't take long did it? Here, the R7 1700 is matching the 7820x clock for clock in gaming.
Again, see above.Are you going to tell me that Ryzen will match Skylake clock for clock when it is running ring bus as well?
The CPUs in the links for Tom's are actually all ring bus CPUs. Both Broadwell-E and consumer Skylake (6600/6700) used a ring bus, only Skylake-X introduced the mesh interconnect, so I am not even sure what your original point was.