Question was about amount of cores, not performance. But of course, you would expect $300 CPU to be equal against $2000 CPU just because both have 8 cores?
Again no, someone just expected that amount of cores = performance despite huge price difference.
Oh yeah, judge never makes any errors and you always win all lawsuits if you're "right"
According to this Techspot article we are discussing, not at all. On some scenarios, yes. But generally, no.
I had no problems with Ryzen RAM. Also those problems didn't matter normal user. Being not able to run games at all is worse problem.
You do realize that list does not cover all games? It covers just few games Intel has tested. Also this hybrid problem is something that's not easy to fix. Basically you'll need either new software or use trick like scroll lock to disable cores.