Kinda disappointing that they went with 2 ccx, but understandable. After all, this way they can convert bad Ryzen 7 chips into Ryzen 5. This absolutely makes sense, since they need money and just throwing away things that can be sold is stupid. Also with pricing of those chips they can have bigger impact on the market and actually force the SW developers to specifically code for Ryzen architecture. In the end, it will depend on the benchmarks, and especially gaming benchmarks, as these CPUs will hardly be bought for a workstation.