Gee, thanks for posting that link. LOL. I couldn't even look at it without a subscription. Epic fail. However, I found the same info on CNET..
"A whopping 65.01 percent of Steam users run Nvidia video cards, which include its graphics processors, the company revealed. Just 29.82 percent of user video cards are made by AMD's ATI. Intel video cards captured 3.61 percent."
Hmmm... I have an ATI HD 4850, but I don't use Steam. What's your point? I'm not saying ATI had more cards out there than Nvidia. I'm saying ATI makes cards that last. For the past 2 years Nvidia had been plagued with quality control problems, especially in notebooks. Their desktop chips are bigger, hotter, and more expensive than the competition. Period. End of story.
Are you on crack? What does the high failure rate of Fermi chips have to do with how many older Nvidia chips Steam users have? And what's your problem with Fudzilla? They don't write stuff up, they report tech news. The same news every other tech site is using.
"Nvidia hasn't said anything officially, but market rumors suggest the original release was pushed back because of defects, and it would appear the graphics chip maker still has a few bugs to iron out of its Fermi architecture."
You're an Nvidia-fanboy and your lack of objectivity is obvious. Your facts carry no weight and your opinions are now meaningless to me. Every time you open your mouth you show further ignorance. Go sit in the corner for awhile.
Confucius say, "Coolcolors is an Nvidia fanboy".