There are a few problems with AMD. They aren't performance based (initially) though.
AMD performs super well, but in my experience, draw way more power and kill themselves a lot sooner. I had a few AMD chips back in 2016-2017. I say a few because I had one in 2016 and one in 2017. Both ended up slowing down to a point where it was impossible to play CS above 100 fps within a year. End of 2017, I got an Intel chip that is just as strong today as it was in 2017.
Apparently this isn't just a me problem either, AMD chips have done the same thing to a lot of people.
So the question is really "Do you want to spend more upfront for an on paper slower CPU that will die sooner or spend less on an on paper faster CPU that will be dead within a year?"
I spent as much on my Intel CPU as both of my AMD CPUs, so you decide.