Now that the market price of the Nvidia RTX 3070 has exceeded $1,200, it is easy to think that scalpers, robots and cryptocurrency miners have all taken them away-but the latest Steam hardware survey shows that at least some of them are also entering gaming PCs.As TechSpot The report shows that, in particular, 3070 seems to have become Steam’s fastest-growing GPU and ranks the 17th most popular graphics accelerator on Steam, with an overall share of 1.29%.
RTX 3080 also accounted for 0.87%, RTX 3060 Ti accounted for 0.39%, while the expensive RTX 3090 accounted for 0.34% of the market share, a total of 2.89% of Ampere cards.
This is not bad, especially considering that AMD’s competitor RX 6000 series does not have a place in the entire 95-GPU ranking. Obviously, the number of gamers using the 2011 Nvidia GeForce GTX 550 Ti (0.16%) exceeds AMD’s latest graphics cards.
However, more than a quarter of Steam PC gamers now use AMD CPUs instead of Intel, so this may be some comfort.
If you want to consider second-hand sales figures, I hope that the newer RTX 3060 will contribute to Nvidia’s results next month.