In a nutshell: Steam has launched its newest monthly hardware & software application study, highlighting the PC setups its clients are using. For February, AMD continued to nibble away at Intel’s CPU share, with team red moving ever closer to 30 percent. In other places, the GTX 1060 stays the top graphics card by far, while the 3 Ampere cards in the survey continue to make small gains.
AMD has actually been breaking away at Intel’s once-dominant position in the CPU market for a long time, though the trend reversed in Q4 when Chipzilla got market share for the very first time in three years– mainly due to AMD’s processor shortages.51%share after jumping 0.52%last month.
It’s now been over two years since the GTX 1060 replaced the GTX 750 Ti as the top graphics card, and the Pascal item remains top (9.19%) in spite of consistent decreases. 2 of the list’s most significant climbers are the GTX 1650 in third and the RTX 2060 in fifth.
11%to 0.74%, followed by the RTX 3060 Ti (up 0.33%), then the RTX 3090 (up 0.
The Radeon RX 570 remains AMD’s highest card in eleventh place– still no Radeon RX 6000- series on the list, unsurprisingly.
In Other Places, the Oculus Mission 2 leapt 5.52%last month to pass the Oculus Rift S as the most popular VR headset; Windows 10 64 bit transferred to a 92%share, though Windows 7 saw small gains; and 1920 x 1080 is still the most common main resolution without a doubt, up 0.59%to 67.29%.