I dont think there is a single, legal, anti-consumer tactic that AMD did not do at some point in time. Im really sick of that "one is good and the other is bad" thing. That is not real. Im 31 years old i was screwed by both at some point in my life, way more with AMD than Intel btw, yet, i only had 2 intel CPUs, a I3-530 and a I5-2500K that i used for 6 years and i dont have anything bad to say about it.Yea, without all those "anti-consumer" tactics, we would have had to live with much inferior cpu performance for the past ten plus years.
On Intel defense, they had way too many issues with both 14 and 10nm, not sure if it was a anti-consumer tactic, or that they just failed badly with these two process. If 10nm was good, they whould probably had 8C CNL-S in the market, and Ryzen whould not be a issue at all to them.