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Bofferbrauer2 said:
JEMC said:

That sudden drop for all the xx60 GPUs doesn't seem natural. They were either overtracked or something else is going on because it makes no sense that so many users of those cards had decided to replace them at the same time. And it doesn't make sense either that all AMD GPU families have gone up, even the older 200 and 300 series.

But well, that's a problem for Valve, not us.

Thanks, Conina.

(By the way, sorry for posting this late, but a couple months ago I decided to search for an old thread and, since then, the threads from My Topics, Subscribed and even the Hot Topics appear listed by the time they were created, with the oldest ones first. And well, I still haven't been able to fix it.)

The 2 months before they had an unnatural push, so this month is more like a correction in that regard. Over the course of those two month, 1060, 1660 and 2060 each gained over 1% despite their age, while the 3060 even won over 2%. Especially the October numbers were suspicious, as those 4 cards rose a combined 4 percentage points that month alone. 

I see. Thanks. Something went wrong in September and October and they corrected that. But it's odd that the problem has only, or mostly (I haven't checked all the other cards) the Nvidia xx60 cards.

Please excuse my bad English.

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