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The two processors with a combined 56 cores beat a 64 core AMD Epyc by a little less than 10% in multicore, while losing pretty hard in single core due to the really low base clocks.
It doesn't tell us very much at all, other than that there are 28 core processors based on Ice Lake out there somewhere. To me this suggests that intel's 10nm node is still extremely immature. A a 28 core processor at those clock speeds, even with the IPC advantages of Ice Lake, is not something that will be competitive. They have to do better.