02 December 2017
And another crazy month of Steam stats... Windows 7 (64-bit) is now at 70% of the surveyed data (and 72% of the Windows systems).
The macOS-share is down to 1.35% and the Linux-share is down to 0.27%:
I felt bad for the AMD share, so I added a few mobile R7 + R9 GPUs that were under my radar before. Small stuff (0.01% - 0.04% each), but every bit helps.
Nevertheless the AMD share still fell under 5% of the Steam survey data. (I don't count entry level GPUs like Radeon R5 or GeForce GT without X).
The GTX models on the other hand (Kepler and newer) are now at 76%. Pascal for itself reached 30% of the Steam survey data:
The Top 10 of GPUs on Steam are all Nvidia cards. And here it is getting ridiculous:
- the GTX 750 Ti has 3x the share of all AMD GPUs above (14.61% vs. 4.75%)
- GTX 960 and GTX 1060 aren't far behind, they each almost reach 3 x 4.75%
- the top 4 GPUs (750 Ti + 960 + 1060 + 1050 Ti) are more than half of the survey data:
The hardware base of Steam systems that can keep up with the current consoles should be around 160 million units.
For comparison PS4 + Xbox One (including PS4 Pro + Xbox One X) are around 100 million units: