What happened? This is the start of the month, which means Steam has released the latest hardware and software review results. August wasn't a good month for AMD. The company's CPU share has dropped from 1.88 to 27.31, its lowest this year, and the Radeon RX 6000 series is still not enough on audience PCs to list major GPUs. On the other hand, Nvidia saw improvements in all but one of the Ampere lines, while the RTX 2060 came close to being the best graphics card.
We know that AMD processors have more supply issues than Intel processors. We've also seen more Intel processors on Amazon's bestseller list - now four in the top 10 - a list that AMD has dominated in the past.
to graphics card This has been a great month for the RTX 2060. The Turing product noted the highest increase in users (1.35), and places it in second place. We heard in February that Nvidia was "rebooting" the RTX 2060 to prevent defective graphics card defects, so we can see the results.
Nvidia also is He will be satisfied with the performance of his subwoofer line. Only the RTX 3090 lost user share in August, only -0.01 down. The RTX 3060 saw the largest increase of 0.42%. A recent report found that both amp and RDNA 2 cards are becoming more expensive and scarce, so it will be interesting to see if this is reflected in next month's survey. With an increase of 1.29% (from January 2018) it was number one. We also see that no Radeon RX 6000 series card has at least 0.15 shares to be included in the main list. The Vulcan Systems division shows the top RDNA 2 Radeon RX 6700 XT card with a 0.24% share. However, all cards in this category are displayed at twice their total share, so the actual number is only 0.12. He is.
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Using the same method, we see that the Radeon RX 6800 XT has 0.10%, the Radeon RX 6900 XT has 0.08%, and the Radeon RX 6800 is 0.04%. Even the RTX 3070 Ti, which hit the charts only last month, has 0.23 shares. The PC and Oculus Quest 2 are still the best VR headsets despite losing a few percentage points, possibly due to Facebook's temporary suspension for most of the month due to reports of skin irritation.
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