Unlike you to be spreading misinformation, Dg. Both 3700Xs I've had have sat at ~4150MHz flat out 100% all-core load, and around 4250-4300MHz during gaming. That's during a "heavy" gaming workload such as running RPCS3, incidentally, which stresses the CPU more than 99.999% of games out there. In lighter games it's higher. Equally, the idea that people are turning away from them en-masse due to concerns about all-core turbo boosting is complete nonsense (as is the idea that it'd be having some major shift in sales if they boosted 100-150MHz higher during gaming), along with the notion that they're "not great for gaming" in general. They're fantastic CPUs for gaming, even at high refresh rates, and only beaten by a handful of the very top end Intel ones. And even then we're talking about them being 6-7% slower when using a 2080 Ti at 1080p - a completely unrealistic use case scenario for anyone with half a brain.the real reason most people hold off on the 3700 and 3800s is the allcore speed. not doing 4ghz or low 4ghz is not great for gaming or as good as it should be.
But hey, most people here are well aware of your agenda by now. Always good to call you out on it though, lest some newbie be taken in by one of your regular spews of BS.