Sadly, too many PC users think of the 'every millisecond of 'extra' power, and because Intel has ben able to provide that in recent years, AMD has stuggle sale-wise when ibn actual fact it has developed more than adequate CPUs that more than adequately power any average home machine and better.
Sure, Intel CPUs have been faster with clock speeds and etc, but seriously, unless you're an absolute enthusiatist with a need for the absolute fastest speed possible, what difference is there, really?
I mean, seriously, how many home/regular users , even some gamers, really need a 4.00ghz CPU? The truth is, not many, but while we have these so-called CPU discrepancies between manufacturers, and Intel seemingly coming out on top all the time, we are always going to have these so-called CPU wars that divide users.
The truth is, for the majority of users, it don't matter a rat's anus, cos really, most never ever need the power of a high-end CPU that runs off the charts.
Frankly, it does'nt matter to most day to day users just how powerful a CPU is, so long as they can access their emails and surf the net, that's all that matters, and certainly no reason to run a 4.00 ghz CPU. In the past I have wanted the most powerful and fastest hardware there was within my budget, but these days I accept that I cannot keep up with the Jonses any more and that I have to budget more within my means.
I have pretty much accepted that my next new build/upgrade will be my last, cos at 63 going on 64 I'm not getting any younger, and I'm going to get the best I can afford for my last ever new build [except the case] with an AMD Ryzen CPU and compatible components. My final build may not be as powerful as the latest Intel offering, but I really don't give a rat's arse anymore... it'll do all I need it to.