So I did a new Ryzen 5800X / B550 build in December, and yea it's the best gaming processor and all that and very fast. But I have no doubt Intel will marginally the gaming crown back with a +19% IPC jump if they maintain clock speeds. It's just a shame it took them so long and that power consumption is so absurd with their ancient 14nm+ process. They need a new node extremely badly. The Big/Little design is certainly interesting too.
The only con on AMD right now is pricing. I fully admit I overpaid for the $450 5800X which is only 5% faster in gaming than the i7-10700K which costs only $360. If Intel keeps pricing similar or stays below $400 they'll have an 8 core winner.