AMD should make a powerful APU based on their 5000 series CPUs and 6000 series GPUs because Nvidia and Intel can't copy. They would have no competition. Then they should release their own brand of AMD gaming PCs.
Of cousre they probably won't do that because they may not see the big picture and want to invest in that big powerful APU. If AMD doesn't want to do it then Microsoft should corner the market and release the Xbox Series PC line.
Who would buy a $999 gaming PC with a 5000 series 8 core/16 thread CPU and 6000 series GPU with 16 teraflops and high power 2TB SSD with second M.2 slot for adding a second drive and a small sleek form factor(because it is powered by an APU)?
But that's impossible, a high end gaming PC that awesome and with a small sleek form factor like that, that would cost $5,000 right? Funny thing is AMD already practically did it with the Xbox Series X for $499. Imagine what a $999 gaming PC could be like spec wise? What about a $1,499 version?
You can even have small $599 gaming PCs that are "weak", only as powerful as the Xbox Series X with 12 teraflops which is pretty damn good but it would be a full PC, not a console. Who would want that?
This is what I had in mind when I wrote about how in the future discrete CPUs and GPUs would be gone in favor of the big powerful APU which can fit in small form factor PCs. This would eliminate monster tower PC builds in favor of small clean sleek units.
In the future, I can imagine home PCs could gain a lot of popularity as right now most just go for a laptop. I can also see that a modern APU would be great for a laptop as well. A lot of possibilities right now for AMD, they are in a great position.