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NVIDIA RTX 4090 Has More Active Users than the AMD RX 7900 XT, 7900 XTX, RTX 4080, and 4070 Ti Combined [Report]

NVIDIA’s RTX 40 series graphics cards continue to sell well above average. The GeForce RTX 4090 is among the bestsellers at every major retailer. Despite its poor value-for-money prospect, the RTX 4080 is also selling in spades. As reported the other day, the recently launched RTX 4070 Ti is one of the most popular SKUs at Newegg, Amazon, Microcenter, Mindfactory, Scan, etc. The Radeon GPUs, on the other hand, are lagging despite being cheaper and more affordable.

NVIDIA has sold more 4090s than the 7900 Series, 4070 Ti and 4080 combined.

Rephrasing very misleading tweet, I apologize, the 4090 is more active than all of these combined.

I just figured it meant the samething which is obviously not the case.

Originally tweeted by T4C Fantasy (@T4CFantasy) on February 2, 2023.

According to the database editor of TechPowerUp, there are more RTX 4090 users than the Radeon RX 7900 XT, 7900 XTX, RTX 4080, and 4070 Ti systems combined. Remember that this data is derived from the number of active users reporting to the GPU-Z database and isn’t indicative of the overall sales figures.

In a few weeks NVIDIA will have sold more 4070 Ti cards than AMDs 7900 XTX, already almost double of the 7900 XT

Availability
7900 XT/XTX: Dec 13th, 2022
4070 Ti: Jan 5th, 2023

Originally tweeted by T4C Fantasy (@T4CFantasy) on February 2, 2023.

Shifting focus to the RTX 4070 Ti, this $799 GPU will soon be nearly twice as popular as AMD’s Radeon RX 7900 XT. Once again, these results primarily represent the DIY community using GPU-Z and other monitoring tools to keep track of their hardware. That said, $500+ graphics cards are mainly meant for the enthusiast audience, so it can’t be too far from the actual figure.

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