Steam has just announced the user's hardware and platform statistics on this system in June. Compared to the previous month, the statistics were little changed significantly. Maintaining only AMD is losing ground to Intel in terms of their CPU usage to play games.
Back in April this year, Intel CPUs were used by 81.72% of users while AMD accounted for only 18.26%. By June, Intel's number had increased slightly to 82.11%, while AMD had dropped to its lowest figure since February – 17.88%. But remember, with the new generation Ryzen 3000 CPU coming to market on July 7, everything could be better for AMD.
In the operating system catalog, Windows 10 64-bit continues to consolidate its dominance after increasing more than 3% over the previous month to reach 70.92%, while Windows 7 is about to become the name of the past. For gamers when its user ratio is low, only 1%.
In the GPUs list, Nvidia's GTX 1060 name has a slight decrease but remains firm in the first place with 16.01%, followed by GTX 1050 Ti, which is 10.63% of users on Steam. Three lines of Nvidia's new generation RTX cards still stand quite deep, its level of increase is quite slow but stable. RTX 2070 is the most popular card of this generation, but it only accounts for 1.10%. Hopefully with the release of the latest Super versions, RTX GPU can grow stronger and attract more users. Also next month, AMD Navi GPU lines will also be released. Overall, the Red Team is still a lot worse than the Blue Team, while more than three-quarters of this top 100 list is Nvidia's GPU, AMD's GPU only accounts for less than 15%.
Other interesting statistics, the most popular resolution is Full HD (1920 x 1080), the most popular RAM is 8GB of RAM. On the front of the virtual reality glasses, the most popular are HTC Vice and Oculus Rift. Since its launch in 2016, HTC products have always been the choice of many players on the Steam platform. However, the latest statistics will make Facebook – the owner of Oculus feel happy when they surpass the rival with a difference of about 4%, notably the number of differences increases gradually over the months. Recently, and proving that Oculus Rift is rising strongly to take the market share of HTC Vive.