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Still no Navi GPUs in the August survey :(



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I'm Super, thanks for asking!

The first "Super" GPU entered the Steam survey... the RTX 2070S. I would have expected to see the RTX 2060S first, but that will show up probably next month.

Still no Navi cards to be seen, but strangely a second RX 580 appeared (2048SP). According to Tom' Hardware, this is the Chinese version of the RX 570: https://www.tomshardware.com/news/amd-radeon-rx-580-2048sp,37933.html

An additional chart for VR-fans: 40% of the PCs in the Steam hardware survey are now VR-compatible.

1.08% of the surveyed PCs already have a VR-headset connected... very slowly climbing but nonetheless still climbing every month. And with the Oculus Quest getting PC-compatible I hope to see the number climbing much faster in the future.

Last edited by Conina - on 03 October 2019

Nvidia still has two GPUs that individually outnumber all AMD GPUs ever released since 2012. That's sad and slightly pathetic TBH.



 

 

 

 

 

I kinda knew Nvidia was outperforming AMD but I had no idea it was by this much, damn..



haxxiy said:
Nvidia still has two GPUs that individually outnumber all AMD GPUs ever released since 2012. That's sad and slightly pathetic TBH.

THis makes me wonder if AMD is even going to try with their next high end releases, because they keep failing in that dept.



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Valve finally added RX 5700 XT numbers. I'm not sure, if they are counting the XT and non-XT GPUs together  (like Vega 56 + 64) or separate. I guess we will find out in the next months.

Oh, the RTX 2060 Super also entered the stats, one month after the RTX 2070 Super.



Given how board manufacturers are still announcing and releasing new 5700 cards, I espect that percentage to increase in the coming months.



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I'm pretty sure the RX 5700 will surpass the max market share of the 580 in due time.

And if the rumors about that card are true, so should the 5500



Bofferbrauer2 said:
I'm pretty sure the RX 5700 will surpass the max market share of the 580 in due time.

Well, Navi gained 0.09 percent points since last month (Vega stagnated and Polaris went down 0.12 percent points).

Meanwhile Turing gained 1.68 percent points, so 18 times of the Navi gain:

GTX Pascal + GTX/RTX Turing are now over 50% in total

RX Polaris + RX Vega + RX Navi are now 5.2% in total

Last edited by Conina - on 02 December 2019