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Funny to see the 780ti more than doubling in usage in the last 6 months, cost of the card dropped hard considering the lack of use in mining with its high power draw but performance on par with the 1060.

 

Some cool info to be had from these charts, not the least of which is just how much data from your PC that steam mines away when you're running it. Cool to take a read through though, thanks Conina



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July numbers are in... return of the 750 Ti?

 

And this time it ain't China, the English language has gone up 4.2 %... very strange!



Conina said:

 

And this time it ain't China, the English language has gone up 4.2 %... very strange!

I see what you did there

 

Good news for the data none the less, and good job!.



                                       

It's not only the 750Ti that has a comeback, all Nvidia's xx50 cards have increased compared to last month. Weird.

And thanks, Conina.



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So you're saying my 560Ti is outdated?



I thought we are led to believe a pc is automatically 4k/60?



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Skeeuk said:
I thought we are led to believe a pc is automatically 4k/60?

Who suggested that?.

You can play at 4k/60, provided you buy the hardware required.



                                       

I always had the feeling that Windows 10 was less popular than Windows 7/8 when it comes to PC gaming, but seeing that Direct X 12 (70%) to Direct X 11 (13%).. that's a whooping difference. Am I reading that correct?



The August numbers are published:

 

I also added the hardware report of the Oculus Rift store: https://developer.oculus.com/hardware-report/pc/