I don't see that the 8350 beats the 3570 in almost every test.
Edit: I just scrolled down and saw the "real world" tests they performed where the 8350 comes out on top. Put some things into perspective....Those tests are made to utilize multiple cores(except the single core test) and the 8350 scrapes by the 3570K in most of them. Look at how much stronger the Intel core is(single core thread). The 8350 is a very good chip, considering how much of a letdown the 8150 was, but I think it performs better in a much more limited range of actual real world applications than the 3570K. Of course, when you consider the stock core speed of each cpu and the number of cores, the 8350 should beat the 3570K to death......which is doesn't. If they were cars, it would be an interesting race!