Steam, the world’s largest PC gaming platform, released data on player hardware and software in December, revealing share stakes in graphics cards, processors, systems, and more. The first is graphics, the current Steam players most popular graphics card is still GTX 1060, the share jumped 5.7%, to 20.9%; GTX 750 Ti, GTX 1660, RTX 2070, GTX 970.
The A-card didn’t appear until the 16th place, the Radeon RX 580. N card for PC gamers of the dominant power is still the same ah.
Then there was CPU, intel CPU share rose 3.38 percent to 83.92 percent, while AMD CPU share fell 3.39 percent to 16.06 percent. It is reasonable to say that the Ryzen 3000 series should contribute a lot of market share, perhaps Steam statistics have a certain lag.
Then there was the system version, which had a 14 percent drop in the share of Windows 10 64-bit systems, and that share was all eaten by Windows 7 64, and its share rose to 34.11 percent, a bit counterintuitive.
Finally, CPU core number statistics, the largest is 4 core, the share of up to 55%, followed by 6 core, the share of 21%, followed by dual core, the share of 16%, followed by 8 core, the share of only 4%.