Master Lu today released the third quarter 2020 PC hardware rankings. Compared to bullying Intel on the CPU processor list, AMD on the graphics list has no fight against NVIDIA. The data comes from the Lu Master Data Center from July 1 to September 30, 2020, and to reduce the niche product (server) impact list, samples are selected to test more than 1000 data.
On the list, the 30-seat NVIDIA won 22 seats in one go, two more than in the previous quarter, and dominated the top six, with seven in the TOP10.
The RTX 3090 not only won the title, with more than 700,000 points, more than 70% higher than the previous flagship Titan RTX and RTX 2080 Ti, and the second-ranked RTX 3080 was more than 650,000 points.
AMD Radeon VII has slipped from fourth to seventh and has already beaten the RTX 2080 Super, although the gap between the two is minimal.
The Max-Q notebook version also has four on the list, and the last is the Professional Card Quadro P4000.
AMD will release the RX 6000 series, but at the moment it’s at best higher than the RTX 3070, and there’s no hope of turning it around.
The list of popular graphics cards remains interesting, with the RX 580 continuing to rank first and the only one for A-cards.
The NVIDIA x60 series remains hot, with the GTX 1650, GTX 1660 Super in second and third place, the RTX 2060 rising from sixth to fourth, and the GTX 10 series in three more.
At the moment, the RTX 30 series is moving fast, and the RTX 20 and GTX 16 series are discontinued, but the list won’t change much in the short term due to product inertia.
In terms of share, NVIDIA leads by 71.07 percent, up 2.61 percent from the previous quarter. Have to feel the old yellow knife method invincible ah…