It’s a similar story in graphics cards, where 16.23% of respondents now use an AMD GPU - up from just 13.4% in March this year. Here the losses are split between Nvidia - still dominating on 73.53% of the market - and Intel’s integrated graphics options.

Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1060 remains the single most popular GPU, with a whopping 10% of survey participants having one slotted into their builds. 16GB RAM, 1080p monitors, Windows 10, and 1TB+ hard drives round out the typical Steam setup - all of which have shown growth compared to May.

Of course, these results only apply to Steam users - and those who have specifically opted into the hardware survey - but Steam remains the dominant PC gaming marketplace by far, so these figures should be pretty representative of the market at large.