Valve seems to have bigger problems again to identify a lot of GPUs so that they are counted as DX8 GPUs:
Maybe a big part of the 0.23% "Nvidia Graphics Device" are RTX 4080 and 4090... but that's just a guess.
I also assume that a big part of the 1.97% "AMD Radeon Graphics" are RX 6800 and RX 6800 XT GPUs, since the counted numbers are so low.
I assumed that those were more like RX 6600/6700 GPUs. While anecdotal, both have vastly higher sales on Mindfactory than the 6800/6800XT - though it's also possible that the big sellers simply don't show up there anymore. Still, the 6600/6600XT/6650XT have taken together about a 4:1 sales advantage over all 6800/6800XT models taken together (24k to barely 6k; 14K for the 6700/6700XT/6750XT models), and I don't think that hidden numbers will make up for the difference.
While we're at Mindfactory, the 7900XT is actually cheaper than most 6900XT/6950XT cards, starting out a 989€, and already 1200 sold. The 7900XTX is much more expensive, starting at 1329€ and only 850 sold - though there are also less models, indicating that several have sold out already. At that price difference, the 7900XT is much more compelling than the mere $100 difference of the MSRP.
The 3080 still wins on the sales front with about 1650 sold, and considering the starting price of 1359€ and almost all models are below 1450€. Like the starting price of the 7900XT, these prices are basically MSRP plus VAT, and it doesn't look like either the 3080 nor the 7900XT really sell very well, though their numbers are above what I expected of either of them.
The Nintendo eShop rating Thread: http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=237454
The Steam/GOG key gifting thread: https://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread/242024/the-steamgog-key-gifting-thread/1/