Steam survey suggests Nvidia’s RTX 3070 is actually trickling into the hands of gamers – The Verge1 min read

https://www.theverge.com/2021/4/3/22366074/nvidia-rtx-3070-3080-3090-3060-ti-steam-hardware-survey-march-2021

The RTX 3080 also commands 0.87 percent, the RTX 3060 Ti has 0.39 percent, and the pricey RTX 3090 claims 0.34 percent of the market– for a total of 2.89 percent Ampere cards.
That not bad, particularly thinking about AMDs rival RX 6000 series does not have a single spot on the whole 95-GPU leaderboard. Apparently, more players are using the 2011 Nvidia GeForce GTX 550 Ti (0.16 percent) than any of AMDs newest cards.
More than a quarter of Steam PC players are now utilizing AMD CPUs instead of Intel, though, so thats probably some consolation.
I would expect the newer RTX 3060 to contribute to Nvidias tally next month if pre-owned sales numbers are anything to go by.

The leading 20 GPUs on Steam, as of March 2021.

Now that the street price of an Nvidia RTX 3070 is over $1,200, its temping to believe scalpers, bots and cryptocurrency miners got them all– however the most current Steam Hardware Study suggests a minimum of some of them are making their method into video gaming PCs, too. As TechSpot reports, the 3070 in specific appears to have become Steams fastest growing GPU, and the 17th-most popular graphics accelerator on Steam with a 1.29 percent share total.

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