The Nvidia RTX 40 series and AMD Radeon RX 7000 series have finally made their first appearance on the Steam hardware survey. Out of all the new generation GPUs currently available, the RTX 4090 has the biggest share of users, but considering the RTX 4070 Ti released just a few weeks ago, there's a good chance that will change soon.
Looking at the Steam hardware survey for January 2023, we see numerous new GPUs. From AMD, we have the Radeon RX 7900 series with a 0.07% share for Windows systems. Unfortunately, Steam doesn't distinguish the Radeon RX 7900 XTX from the XT model, so it's hard to see which is the favourite among gamers.
On the Nvidia side, we have the RTX 4080 with a 0.14% share and the RTX 4070 Ti with a 0.10% share. Surprisingly, the biggest winner is the RTX 4090, the most expensive of all three, with a 0.23% share. It's also worth noting that the RTX 40 series laptop GPUs were present on the Linux systems ranking, but as expected, their share was still 0.00%.
Despite the impressive 0.24% share for a £2,000 GPU, it's still far from achieving the popularity of the ones found at the podium. Currently, the GTX 1650 is at the top with 6.04%, followed by the GTX 1060 with 5.10% and the RTX 3060 laptop with 4.30%.
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KitGuru says: Do you think the RTX 4070 Ti will surpass the RTX 4090 in the next Steam hardware survey?