Standalone Hardware Stats 2017-03

GPU Vendor

Top on 2017-03:
  • NVIDIA: 47.9%
  • Intel: 39.7%
  • AMD: 11.8%
  • Others (click to show): 0.7%

Shader Generations

Shows shader technology supported by the GPU. This does not mean it can actually be used though (e.g. DX10+ shaders can not be used on Windows XP with D3D9).

Top on 2017-03:
  • DX11 (5.0): 64.8%
  • DX10 (4.x): 32.4%
  • DX9 (2.x): 1.4%
  • DX9 (3.0): 1.0%
  • Others (click to show): 0.4%

GPU Model

Top on 2017-03:
  • Intel GMA HD: 20.4%
  • GeForce GTX 750: 14.0%
  • GeForce GTX 960: 5.8%
  • GeForce GT 650: 3.6%
  • GeForce GT 630/720/730: 3.5%
  • Intel HD 2000: 3.2%
  • GeForce GTX 950: 2.9%
  • Intel HD 4000: 2.6%
  • Intel HD 5500: 2.1%
  • Intel HD 520: 1.9%
  • Others (click to show): 40.0%

GPU Series

Note that in each graphics card series, there usually are high-end fast cards, and low-end slow cards.

Top on 2017-03:
  • Intel SM4.0 (G35+): 22.2%
  • NVIDIA SM5.0 (7xx): 16.3%
  • NVIDIA SM5.0 (6xx): 10.3%
  • NVIDIA SM5.0 (9xx): 9.3%
  • Intel SM4.1 SandyBridge: 4.6%
  • NVIDIA SM5.0 (10xx): 3.2%
  • Intel SM5.0 Skylake: 3.2%
  • NVIDIA SM5.0 (GTX 4xx): 3.1%
  • AMD SM5.0 (Radeon HD 5xxx): 3.1%
  • Intel SM5.0 Haswell: 2.8%
  • Others (click to show): 22.1%

Can use DX10+

Windows only; shows how many machines have Vista+ OS and DX10+ GPU.

Top on 2017-03:
  • Can use DX10+: 88.5%
  • No DX10+: 11.5%