According to statistics, the most widely used video card by Steam users is still the previous generation of dessert-grade video card GTX1060, followed by GTX1,050ti and GTX1,050 respectively.
So don't doubt yourself when you see 2080 per person at the post bar, because the truth is that the number of players using RTX 2080 is only 1%.
In fact, steam's statistics show that from July 2018 to December last year, AMD's share has been hovering around 15%, and the share statistics have been a green ocean.
Of course, the "amd yes" we have been talking about now refers more to the rise of the sharp dragon Series CPU, but at the end of the year, the share of AMD CPU even declined.
So everyone said "amd yes" on the mouth, in fact, the body is still very honest.
According to the results released by AMD in the third quarter of last year, the revenue of Q3 of AMD last year reached US $1.8 billion, an increase of 9% compared with the same period of last year, and the highest quarterly revenue since 2005. So with the rise of the sharp dragon series, AMD is really "getting better".
In terms of memory, 16GB memory has become the mainstream, accounting for 46.37%, followed by 30.69% of 8GB memory. In addition, it can be found that some people still use such wonderful memory settings as 9GB and 13gb.
In the user language, Chinese users are far ahead of English users, reaching 37.87%. That is to say, Chinese players have become the largest group of players in steam, which is also the basis for simplified Chinese to become the new game standard.
After Chinese and English, maozi players are the third largest player group.
VR is still a very small choice. The share of all VR devices is not more than 1% of the total players. The most used VR device is oculus rift, followed by HTC vive.
In fact, I was also a member of the AMD family, thanks to AMD taught me the practical ability and toss ability, I was very moved, so I finally chose Nvidia. So the new year, will you choose to support AMD once?