Is there any potential for RISC-V to become part of the consumer desktop market?

I currently run an X86 CPU from AMD, but I’ve always been casually interested in RISC-V, ARM, and the like. My question is, is there any already existing, or potential future options for RISC-V in the self-built PC market? …

RISC-V (pronounced “risk-five”) is a license-free, modular, extensible instruction set architecture (ISA). Originally designed for computer architecture research at Berkeley, RISC-V is now used in everything from $5 microcontroller boards to the pan-European supercomputing initiative. RISC-V is suitable for custom silicon chips, as a soft core in an FPGA, or as a high performance software Virtual Machine. riscv.org

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