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Conina said:

In March RTX Ampere gained another 1.6 percentage points (from 12.8% to 14.4%) while RDNA2 almost stagnated (from 0.58% to 0.60%), which would have been a ridiculous ratio of 24:1.

So I eventually decided to add the 1.65% "AMD Radeon(TM) Graphics" to RDNA2, which brings the ratio down to 6.4:1 in favor of Ampere.

I'm very sure that most of the unspecified GPUs in that category are RDNA2 GPUs like RX 6400, RX 6500M, RX 6500 XT, RX 6600M, RX 6600, RX 6600 XT (all of them launched last year or at January 4th).

I actually don't think that the generic RDNA2 are discrete GPUs, but rather 4000/5000 series APUs and the actual RDNA2 GPUs are flagged under the "DX8 or older" GPUs.

Still, it was the right move for the time being, as it brings AMD and NVidia to a more realistic balance.