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Mad Experiments: Escape Room 1440p Ultra Custom PC Build Review

Prices and hardware reviewed and updated: 10th Sep 2021

Our objective here is to enable us to explore what PC we could buy that can play Mad Experiments: Escape Room, where we carefully find the right hardware components that can run Mad Experiments: Escape Room and meet its gaming needs while also heavily factoring in today’s best hardware component prices. Its therefore our desire to consistently keep stable frame rates at the highest graphics settings, pushing out visuals on 1440p screen size. Every day we run through our carefully chosen gaming hardware and cherry pick today’s lowest priced hardware components to help us achieve this optimum PC build list.

Let’s consider some of the interesting characteristics about this game, to help us build something that matches the sort of game we are considering to build a PC for. As we know it comes under the , Adventure, Puzzler, Casual genre style categories, which may well influence some of our peripheral selections, ensuring we consider the specifics for the games requirements. Looking at its development the game was built during 2020 and around that period and the devs themselves probably had hardware comparable to some of the latest hardware of that period. In terms of its relative hardware demanding position, it is considered by us as 1 placed game on our most demanding games of today list at least at the moment, although that list shifts regularly. Obviously these points help give us a better picture of what we may want in the build, but they are only supporting us because when we choose, it is the best priced components that will find their way into this build today.

Best 1440p Price to Performance Mad Experiments: Escape Room PC Hardware Component List

Component Current Price
CPU
$157.50
Graphics Card
$219.99
Memory
Patriot Viper Steel Series 8GB (1x8GB) DDR4 3200MHz
$42.99
Motherboard
ASRock Intel B365 ATX LGA1151
$72.99
Case
Fractal Design Focus G Mid Tower White Side Window ATX
$42.99
PSU
EVGA 850W Bq 80+ Bronze
$59.99
SSD
SanDisk SSD PLUS 480GB
$58.99
HDD
WD 2003FZEX HDD 2TB
$104.99
Display
Acer 21.5 inch LED 5ms
$123.73
Keyboard
Redragon K552
$27.99
Mouse
IBats X8 gray 9 Btns
$12.99
Headset
Corsair HS45-7.1 Surround
$36.99
Mad Experiments: Escape Room PC Build Total Price $962.13
Rig
75
Score
Future 0 YEARS Proof
This PC build has recently gone down in price by $309.34, was previously $1,271.47.

Choosing A Graphics Card For Our 1440p Mad Experiments: Escape Room PC Build

When selecting the right graphics card today we are specifically hunting for great price-to-performance gpus that can run Mad Experiments: Escape Room in ultra 1440p. Right now the best graphics card purchase for this game is the GeForce GTX 1660 Asus Phoenix 6GB, which will work really well at this screen resolution. It’s currently priced at $219.99, which puts it as one of the cheapest but best performers for this type of game. For reference, the lowest price recorded by us so far for the GeForce GTX 1660 Asus Phoenix 6GB is $219.99 on 31st Jan 2020.

Selecting The Right Mad Experiments: Escape Room 1440p Motherboard and CPU

The backbone of a pc build is the motherboard. Todays best price mobo, that gives us the LGA 1151 socket type is the ASRock Intel B365 ATX LGA1151. From here we can then put in to this game’s bespoke PC build the Core i3-9100F 4-Core 3.6GHz processor, which works very well in achieving the desired performance levels at a good price point. Todays price for this computer processor is $157.5. A good reference point is, a low price for this processor was spotted on 27th May 2020 where we saw it for $59.

With a price tag today of $72.99, the ASRock Intel B365 ATX LGA1151 motherboard is certainly in good company, representing a feature rich, cost effective mobo for the Mad Experiments: Escape Room PC. Our motherboard price records put this mobo’s price on 4th Apr 2020 at $59.99.

How To Choose The Best RAM For Mad Experiments: Escape Room At The Right Price

The Mad Experiments: Escape Room PC we are building will want some supporting RAM to help our CPU and GPU selections to deliver the right FPS. We are still focusing on achieving 1440p ultra and so the Patriot Viper Steel Series 8GB (1x8GB) DDR4 3200MHz which we have found for $42.99 is among the best price system memory at the moment. A low price point for this Patriot Viper Steel Series 8GB (1x8GB) DDR4 3200MHz was spotted on 29th Nov 2019, where we saw it at $30.35.

PC Performance Review at 1440p Ultra Settings on Mad Experiments: Escape Room

We reckon these hardware components in our PC build will get 65 FPS at high settings in game and you could improve the graphics up to Ultra and see a FPS of 47 at 1440p.

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Mad Experiments: Escape Room
GeForce GTX 1660 Asus Phoenix 6GB

Other Popular Game 1440p Ultra Custom PC Builds

If this 1440p build was to run Mad Experiments: Escape Room at 4k Ultra, by increasing its screen size, then the FPS it would return on High would be around an average of 39 FPS. At Ultra we expect the average to be 28.

How this build performs for other popular games

Lets take a look to see how this Mad Experiments: Escape Room PC build will run some other popular games today on 1440p. Days Gone will get 47 on Ultra and 65 FPS on High graphics settings with the GeForce GTX 1660 Asus Phoenix 6GB. Whereas on Dying Light 2 we see a return of 47 FPS on Ultra and 65 FPS when lowered to High. Another popular game at the moment is Far Cry 6, which is 47 FPS run at Ultra and 65 on High.

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An Alternative Mad Experiments: Escape Room Graphics Card Option for 1440p

If you are wanting a graphics choice from the other team then our suggestion would be the AMD Radeon RX 580 XFX GTR XXX 8GB video card, currently priced at $164.99. This option has a performance of 4% worse when compared to the GeForce GTX 1660 Asus Phoenix 6GB and completely capable of offering a good gpu alternative.