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The RTX 3090 may have sold more than the entire Radeon RX 6000 series combined, according to Nvidia

 AMD may be battling Intel in the consumer CPU market, chipping away at its rival's dominance since the debut of Ryzen, but it hasn't had the same commercial success with its latest graphics cards: Nvidia's costly RTX 3090 may have more users than AMD's whole Radeon RX 6000 series combined.

The information comes from a Steam poll conducted in July, which collects system data from Steam users who choose to participate. The Radeon RX 6000 series was not included in last month's 'All Video Cards' section. Despite the Radeon RX 6800 and Radeon RX 6800 XT debuting in November of last year, the category has never incorporated RDNA 2.

However, Redditor @zyck_titan found that RDNA 2 is concealed inside the review: in 'Vulkan Systems.' They are absent from the fundamental classification on the grounds that a particular card needs to have something like a 0.15% offer to be qualified for the "All Video Cards" area. 

"In the event that you look at the offers for Vulkan Systems versus Overall offers recorded on [the Steam equipment survey], you'll see that all cards have double the offer under Vulkan Systems. So partition by two to get the general offer," they composed. 

Utilizing this strategy, the most famous RDNA 2 card is the Radeon RX 6700 XT with a 0.11% offer. It's trailed by the RX 6800 XT (0.10%), the RX 6900 XT (0.08%), and the RX 6800 (0.05%), making a sum of 0.34%. Nvidia's Ampere line, which all show up in the fundamental classification, has an absolute portion of 3.98%. 

Likely the most educational detail here is that each and every RTX 3000 series card has a bigger piece of the pie than AMD's Radeon RX 6000 series joined. Indeed, even the leader RTX 3090, which you'll battle to discover at its MSRP of $1,499, flaunts a 0.38% offer. 

While the Radeon RX 6000 cards can coordinate with Ampere's presentation in numerous regards, the large issue has been accessibility. AMD GPUs come from TSMC, which has allotted quite a bit of its creative ability to the PS5/XBOX consoles. Nvidia, in the meantime, moved from TSMC to Samsung for the customer RTX 3000 series.

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