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Old 09-29-2010, 07:17 AM
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The heck? I want to know what those 0.19% Others are.
Just ATI and NVIDIA parts that very few Steam users own, and therefore aren't listed.
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Old 09-29-2010, 07:33 AM
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Reality.............
What reality exactly? That if you have a nice head start, you can outsell your competitor 3:1 and still see your market share decline?
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Old 09-29-2010, 08:05 AM
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The topic's been discussed to death. We can't, without making a lot of assumptions that cannot be proved.
I believe Valve not too long ago claimed it had 25 million active Steam users, but there are people with multiple accounts in that list so yeah you would need to make assumptions.
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The heck? I want to know what those 0.19% Others are.
It's the percentage of other ATI and Nvidia cards that didn't reach the top.
Likely just the GT 450, but maybe another chip we're missing here.
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I believe Valve not too long ago claimed it had 25 million active Steam users, but there are people with multiple accounts in that list so yeah you would need to make assumptions.
No we don't.
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What reality exactly? That if you have a nice head start, you can outsell your competitor 3:1 and still see your market share decline?
Wait for HD 6K n u will see greater than 3:1. AMD just needed better marketing which started with HD 5k series. wait 4 Q4.
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Wait for HD 6K n u will see greater than 3:1. AMD just needed better marketing which started with HD 5k series. wait 4 Q4.
I wouldn't give high hopes on AMD's marketing for GPUs.
That part is traditionally AMD's weakness. Promoting open standards will result in a lot of "checkbox features" seemingly "being late to market".
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Old 09-29-2010, 11:53 AM
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The heck? I want to know what those 0.19% Others are.
Intel GMA graphics and S3 graphics, no doubt.
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Old 09-29-2010, 12:03 PM
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Intel GMA graphics and S3 graphics, no doubt.
they dont have dx 11 capable parts publically

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on a more serious note, maybe this is amd or nv proto gpus in the wild for testing, and they used steam but steam dont recognize them. say a couple thousand zasake and ontario and llano combined with gt108 would likely do the trick

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Old 09-29-2010, 12:27 PM
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More like AMD engineerers running Steam games using Barts/Cayman/Antilles while not putting the GPU name strings in the drivers, perhaps?
So, Steam can't recognize the GPU, and thus list it as Others.
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