most PC are not gaming PC, it is less niche than passmark but still a biased sample, I am pretty sure steam is way more AMD than in the total market place. You need to look at new sales during the last quarter not just the market share of ongoing device like something steam/passmark are looking at (passmark wil have giant bias toward new device at least, has people benchmark just bought PC much more than their old machine).You clearly are missing the point and trying to tailor the argument to suit your naive narrative. Steam is far and away the more popular software, and it is installed on almost every "consumer" level gaming PC. You can't say the same for Passmark. It's people like you that perpetuate the nonsense I was speaking about earlier. You read those clickbait articles and then want to try and apply it to the whole market. Your argument that AMD has 50% of the CPU market is ONLY valid if you are talking about in the Passmark benchmark alone NOT the industry as a whole. There is a difference, I highly suggest you learn it.
Source ?If it means recent desktop sales, AMD is over 50%.
So why did you post passmark survey data ?Hardly representative of the desktop market. Stop comparing passmark, steam or whatever the fuk else and look at the big picture. NO software or survey on a specific platform is going to give an accurate picture of PC ownership.