Steam offers us every month in a punctual way like a Swiss watch a survey of hardware Y software thanks to which we can get an idea of what the average computer of the millions of players who use Valve’s digital platform in Spain and the rest of the world (which also started with its summer sales a few days ago).
In this month’s survey the brand that benefited the most is Intel that increases its presence in the areas of processors and graphics. Starting with the CPU, Intel has a presence in June 71,47 % almost 1.5 points more than last month which leaves AMD with a 28.53% share. The processors of Steam players tend to have 4 or 8 cores according to the survey at speeds of between 2.3 and 3.69 GHz.
If we look at the graphs NVIDIA and Intel upload their data. The brand of the GPU GeForce happens to have a 76,09 % share of “use”, half a point more than last month while Intel rises from 8.1 to 8.6%. The harmed in this case is AMD, which fell almost one point to 15.19%.
Looking at the most popular charts, the fireproof NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 sigue lder with a 9.59% usage share and it is interesting to see how the RTX 2060 already remains in third position with a 5.81% usage share. In AMD the most popular is the Radeon RX 580 while in Intel it is still the UHD Graphics 620.
Gaming PCs have at least 16 GB of RAM
Looking at another interesting data that is the RAM memory most of the gaming computers have at least 16GB of RAM since according to the survey, 47.08% of computers have this amount of memory, almost 2% more than last month. For their part, 24.87% have half (8GB) and 11.41% have more than 16 GB of this memory.
Storage is usually more than 1GB and another curious fact is that in this survey we have seen for the first time in months lower Oculus Quest 2 usage fee 11.80% while other virtual reality headsets point to a rise of 14.48%.
Why does this occur? Easy, because this month’s survey has had a greater participation in Asiand, above all, in China, something that we see by the preferred languages that are also reflected in the test and that shows a clear increase in use in Asian countries, so it gives us a clear clue that this month there have been many users from this region who have participated in this survey.