This is the beginning of the month, which means that the latest Steam poll has just dropped. September's results are undoubtedly positive for AMD. Not only did the company pull back, and once again got 30 percent of users' CPUs, but one of its RDNA 2 cards finally made it to the main GPU list, about a year after it first arrived.
Amazon's best-selling CPU chart reflects new AMD users. Last month, the company ranked sixth, with Intel's highest bid at fourth. AMD has eight devices this month, while the top-of-the-line Core i7-10700K chip ranks eighth.
Looking at the Vulkan System section, the second most popular card is the AMD Radeon 6800 XT with 0.11% (cards in this category are offered at twice their actual share), so another product is RDNA 2 can Add it to the main menu next month.
Not much has changed in the rest of the graphics card category. The GTX 1060 is still ahead despite some users losing, and the RTX 2060 drops from second to fourth. Interestingly enough, the RTX 3070 has gone up a few steps again and is now in 11th place, proving that some people can still buy these little cards, even though their number is unknown on eBay.