Nvidia has posted such strong performance numbers for their Ampere platform that AMD has its work cut out for it trying to match or even getting close to that level of performance. I don't think Nvidia is sweating AMD's moves at the moment. I am rooting for AMD because strong competition makes for better product choices for us consumers.\n\n\nSame boat, but AMD hasn't really been able to compete in the GPU high end for quite some time. They still make good GPUs, but I haven't owned one that wasn't for an HTPC in many years. Main reason being their drivers are somewhat terrible to deal with, or were.\n\nI did recently grab a new AMD Ryzen 3900x for my main PC simply because I was on an older Intel platform that had started showing it's age. I typically don't upgrade my CPU but once a decade so I opted for PCIe 4.0 support even though I don't "need" it.\n\nI do think Intel is still doing great in the CPU market, but they've been on 14nm for a long time. That and the amount of socket changes they've made are making their long time customers mad. The guys that have to have the fastest gaming CPU will still buy them, but AMD has given them some stiff competition for the first time in a long time. It'd be nice to see AMD as the gaming king again after so many years.