AMD has slipped against Intel in the Steam Hardware and Software Survey for August. In terms of processor usage share, Team Blue managed to regain a significant amount back from Team Red. With Alder Lake looming on the horizon, it could be a turbulent time ahead for AMD in the hotly contested CPU market.
AMD has taken a bit of a hit in the latest Steam Hardware and Software Survey, and while the figures for processor usage share may not represent actual sales they at least give some sort of idea of what gamers are choosing to use in their systems.
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