Installing Parrot VM on Ryzen (with Windows as my main OS)

Hi All, I need to buy a laptop for creating a virtual machine and having Parrot OS on VM. My main OS will be Windows. This is for pentesting. So, are we good with buying a laptop with Ryzen processors rather Intel. I have read on lot of forums (related to parrot, linux etc.) that Ryzen processors are not good for running Linux systems like Ubuntu, Debian(Kali, Parrot) etc. both as main OS and under virtual machines. People facing different kind of issues from navigating, black screen, sound etc. Please suggest me, if it will be good to buy a Ryzen and install Parrot VM and not having any issue. I will be buying Ryzen 4000 series.

OR Should I go for Intel processors?

Yes. Linux works very well on a Ryzen CPU and AMD graphics. It is especially nice because the graphics drivers are open source and work perfectly with things like Wayland desktops and are nearly as fast as Nvidia without needing their closed source binary only drivers.