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That's exactly what happened in 1999-2005.
AMD was dominating Individual sales, but individual sales were a tiny fraction of the market. Since Intel prevented them from making inroads to the OEM's they essentially never gained enough market share to remain relevant.
NiceAMD is and has been nothing but a novelty for fan boys for a while. Unless you're doing heavy OC work or doing some niche computational stuff the CPUs are still behind even the 9th gens for gaming.
Also, with no GPUs on-chip, the clear leader for business will always be Intel.
Same with AMD vs Nvidia - Nvidia has way more R&D capital and AMD will never catch up on drivers or features with their current open source driver system.
It's never over, but your opinion CPUs is out of touch with current reality a bit. If Ryzen has proven anything, it's that R&D capital doesn't mean shit. It's the talent you hire and the decisions you make along the way.One thing I do like about AMD is that they went super hardcore into threading after they kept getting destroyed by the threading by Intel
It's not over by all means
It's never over, but your opinion CPUs is out of touch with current reality a bit. If Ryzen has proven anything, it's that R&D capital doesn't mean shit. It's the talent you hire and the decisions you make along the way.
Intel has proven that by trying to implement too many "tricky new technologies" in their 10nm. We all know how that turned out. Agreed.Talent is great but brute forced R&D will always beat out trying to utilize tricky new technology.
2 Xeons == 1 EpycMultiple-chip design may get better because AMD has signaled that they have tech to quickly communicate between chiplettes but that's not going to automatically make the technology viable.
Having multiple chip designs signals that they don't have the engineering capability to make single chip designs fast enough to compete or the yields on top of that. It seems like a crutch.