Valve has published its latest data from a survey of Steam users covering April from 2022. Selecting the data, there are several interesting observations. First of all, we see that the AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT, RX 6600 XT and RX 6600 entered the rankings for the first time. Elsewhere, quad-core processors have regained the lead they lost to hexa cores in the previous month (but we’re sure the trend is against them). Finally, nearly 40% of Steam Gamers on the Mac already use computers with Apple Silicon processors.

Moving graphics cards

If you sort the list of video cards by percentage change this month, you can see that three AMD RDNA2 GPUs have made their first dent in Steam’s user base. In a sense, this shows how limited the supply and demand is with the terrible GPU market we have experienced in recent months.

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AMD’s biggest spread this month is the arrival of the massive Radeon RX 6600 XT in the charts with 0.30%. This makes it the third biggest winner of the month. Not far behind is the cheaper 1080p-oriented Radeon RX 6600, leaving its mark in the rankings with 0.15%. Finally, the powerful and expensive flagship AMD Radeon RX 6900 XT corresponds to the profits of the RX 6600, which is an interesting thing to watch, entering the rankings with 0.15%.

https://www.tomshardware.com/news/trio-of-amd-rdna2-gpus-debut-in-the-steam-hardware-survey

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