Here's my issue and a nutshell, basically no one who's purchasing a $600+ CPU is running 1080p so the results are simply misinformation and you could make arguments for 360p. Further, Intel can easily support DDR5 8000 or faster RAM so tell me why Intel should be handicapped to match slow AMD RAM speeds or for that matter be neutered or penalized from other limiting BIOS settings and power limits? Makes no sense other than to deceive people.
However, the most glaring real-world use case are the huge number of Streamers that purchase these 16, 24, etc core CPUs so they can save money and eliminate a second dedicated streaming PC. Therefore they're not only running a game that certainly can fully saturate 6-8 full cores but the remaining cores for applications like OBS, mixing apps, or you name it uploading HD in real-time to multiple services.
AMDs lobotomy line of 3D cache CPUs is a problem and AMD relies on Microsoft to manage CPU usage. The only version of these new 3D cache gaming CPUs that makes any sense whatsoever is the unreleased 8-core; AMD Ryzen™ 7 7800X3D.