^^ Yeah it's strange to think how the majority of PC gamers don't have fancy rigs when most people on here and irl (that I know at least) have decent PCs. It's just like the average KD in battlefield being 0.46. I don't know anyone online or irl that is that bad at video games, but the average person is.
The majority of gamers that use a PC to play and that use dedicated cards (not on die) are the mass majority. And generally use cards sub $150 in price of the year/month they bought it.
The mass majority majority of gamers that use a PC to play through the STEAM service and many other, are running computers with on-die dedicated chips, of which most are the INTEL HD or AMD equivalent.
And then comes a schiit ton of 'gaming laptops' with the M series GPU's on those lists before we get to desktop enthusiast rigs playing games on rigs with post $200 GPU's.
I'm being decently specific as this realm is so wide. Almost everyone that owns a PC can be considered a PC Gamer. Some posts about PC not being dead by enthusiasts that use numbers from companies that include farmville etc as PC gaming are why I try to be specific a bit.
But seriously, we are in the far far few here.
Last I checked, the current statistic for PC Gamers in the world stood at 10 million. The statistic wasn't in depth enough to note if that accounted for casual PC Gamers or enthusiast enthusiasts.
But all in all, not a very large amount. And of those, many more don't have uber rigs.
Edited by bowei006 - 6/20/14 at 9:54pm