It looks like someone has leaked the results to an Ashes of the Singularity benchmark using an AMD Ryzen processor. One interesting thing about this benchmark compared to previous ones is that the CPU name does not carry the ES (engineering sample) prefix, but rather the ZD prefix. We can also see the last characters on the string are F4 which stands for the silicon revision, and the 40_36 stands for the processors Turbo and stock speeds (4.0 GHz / 3.6 GHz).
In the test the 8-core, 16-thread Ryzen chip achieved CPU Framerate scores of 81.4 (normal batch), 73.4 (medium batch) and 60.2 (heavy batch), when paired with a Pascal-based NVIDIA Titan X. Considering that it was paired with an NVIDIA card, we assume this test was not done at AMD labs.