Nvidia GPUs are Dominating: Latest Steam hardware Survey

Nvidia GPUs: Steam’s hardware survey is out. Nvidia dominates the GPU market in August 2022, as Windows 11 adoption rises. The GTX 1060 is still the most popular GPU, albeit it’s progressively being phased out. The RTX 30 series is gaining market share; the 3060 held 4-5% between May and July and over 6% in August. 3050, 3060 Ti, and 3070 all improved. Falling prices have made it possible to update our older cards at a reasonable price.

Nvidia GPUs: Why is Nvidia Dominating?

The first AMD GPU is integrated. The RX 580 has 1.24 percent of the market. The RX 6600 XT, the highest-ranked modern GPU, doesn’t even reach 1%. AMD will be hoping its mid-range RDNA 3 models(opens in new tab) will fare better.
Recently, CPU performance hasn’t altered much. Intel leads 2:1. AMD can’t be too angry about this, considering that a few years ago this much market share was a fantasy. Quad and hex core CPUs are the most prevalent, however quad core ones are losing popularity.
Both AMD and Intel will unveil new CPU families in the next weeks, so the next six months could be fascinating.

Nvidia GPUs

The trend toward Windows 11 is also fascinating. Windows 10 utilisation would continue to drop as ownership rose from 20% to 25%.

Nvidia GPUs: 1080p is the most common monitor resolution, however its share declined. 1440p share, where you’d expect upgraders to go, also increased. This is likely due to lower-resolution laptop displays.
Steam’s hardware survey isn’t definite since not everyone plays games, therefore it doesn’t tell us anything about the market. New CPUs and GPUs will refresh the survey in future months.

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Phil has been an avid gamer ever since he was a kid, and he now spends most of his free time reviewing and testing video games and other forms of consumer technology. When he's not out and about in Los Santos, that is.

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