Hmm...maybe they saw Steve's video on Gamers Nexus which reported AMD is ahead in sales 9-to-1 and is searching for reasons to blame like too much time in CPU market, missed opportunities, etc. How about adding: "we charged consumers twice as much for years until AMD became relevant again and we pissed off our loyal customers".
I wish they talked more about where all that profit went to. Maybe the failed 10nm project, maybe the questionable GPU project, and so on.
I want to see if 7nm in 2021 really does happen to keep competition up or if AMD will continue to dominate with their Ryzen 4000 series and talks of 5nm process around the same time in 2021.
Gaming (1/2020): 3950X, 1080 Ti, etc.
HTPC (6/2016): 6700K, 1080, etc.