For AMD, their CPU share is rebounding, and Intel's price reduction strategy has robbed some users to a certain extent.
The results of steam hardware and software survey in July have been released. Amd kept catching up with Intel in terms of CPU. In May, the CPU market share finally exceeded the 30% mark, but there was an unexpected decline in June, falling to 28.41%. In the survey in July, AMD's CPU share rebounded, increasing by 0.78% to 29.19%.
Although more than seven out of ten people are still using Intel CPU, amd has begun to put pressure on its competitors.
Looking at the graphics cards, only two of the top five graphics cards increased last month, and the shares of GTX 1650 and GTX 1050 graphics cards increased only slightly by 0.01%. The share of GTX 1060 graphics card decreased by 0.71%, but maintained the first position it has enjoyed since replacing GTX 750 Ti in December 2017.
In terms of graphics cards, there is still a lack of radeon RX 6000 series, which is still a problem in its supply.
Finally, in terms of system, Windows 7 64 bit users increased by 2.91% in June and 3.51% in July.
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