I'm not a gamer. Can you explain this to me? I know about AMD's Jaguar for the current active generation. Wouldn't that imply all console games that were also available on PC would have gotten that treatment? Or are you saying that because it is a direct copy of RDNA2 that it will be easier to optimize for AMD? I find it hard to believe.Intel's (and NVidia's) problem since 2017 is that they are fighting a much tougher and leaner enemy - it resembles a guerilla warfare to some extent. AMD has no more fabs to fund RND for, they have extremely talented overlapping engineering teams and they are racking in lot more $$$ than in the last 10 years - they can now redirect that money into uarchitecture design and talent hunting. They are also deep into consoles and probably locked next few gens with Sony and Microsoft (meaning it all gets optimized for Zen and RDNA derivatives). Intel and Nvidia (to lesser extent) have to execute flawlessly in the next 3-4 years to combat this new revival from AMD. Good luck to them!