Despite what you think ProRender is one of the more widely deployed GPU renderers. You seem to be exercised over a few percentage points. GPU based rendering is still eclipsed by CPU based rendering in the real world.
It’s funny you saying ProRender runs badly on nVidia because one of the sticks used to beat AMD is that ProRender runs better on nVidia GPUs so take your pick.
Yeah Intel have a budget 10x that of AMD and look where AMD CPUs are today. You seem to be declaring an nVidia victory based on their budget without seeing either company’s new GPUs. I am going to reserve judgement until they’re released.
You have absolutely no idea what I watch on YT, the only one who is slow appears to be you. You failed to see the huge investment AMD is making that directly 3D Creators no matter which brand of GPU you use. AMD is investing in OPEN cross platform tools and APIs which should resonate with Blender users more than most.
I applaud the work @bsavery and team are doing on ProRender and on the USD importer and render delegate for Blender. This is hugely beneficial for everyone from high end pipeline to hobbyist exchanging USD assets on a shoestring all for FREE.