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Zero Killed is a tactical multiplayer VR shooter that mixes tactical gameplay, engaging PvP multiplayer, a rich choice of equipment, and gadgets with a dash of sci-fi. All put into VR with unrestricted movement and an advanced collision system for full immersion.
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Zero Killed 1080p Ultra Custom PC Build Review

Prices and hardware reviewed and updated: 11th Oct 2020

If you are looking to buy a new PC that can play Zero Killed then below you will find we explore exactly that. We are putting together a gaming PC build for Zero Killed from a carefully selected set of our favourite hardware components that are priced best today. Making our build requirement, when speccing this computer, to find the sweetest price point for our hardware list that can deliver the best FPS on the best graphics possible, delivered via a 1080p screen resolution. 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.

When building a PC for a particular type of game we can get a better picture when we consider a few of the game’s specific characteristics. This PC title falls into the following Action genre grouping categories, which has been considered when selecting out the best priced components for this build, as we want to make sure the game’s specifics are catered for. . Another point of note, often overlooked, is that development would have been carried out on PC hardware from 2020 or during the period leading up to this. So the developers would have certainly been considering getting their game running for hardware that was of similar performance to some of the hardware available during that year. Some games are of course more demanding than others, and this one is sat in 91 position in our most demanding games list right now. These points help us paint a picture of the type of PC hardware we are going to put into this computer, we will now be choosing from our curated list of gamer hardware, looking for today’s best value for money parts available on the market today.

Best 1080p Price to Performance Zero Killed PC Hardware Component List

Component Current Price
CPU
$139.99
Graphics Card
$379.99
Memory
Silicon Power 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4 2400MHz
$49.99
Motherboard
MSI B360M PRO-VD Intel mATX LAG1151
$49.46
Case
Cooler Master MasterBox Lite 3.1 mATX
$49.99
PSU
Corsair VS Series 650W 80+ White
$64.98
SSD
SanDisk SSD PLUS 480GB
$59.36
HDD
Toshiba X300 HDD 5TB
$374.97
Display
Sceptre E225W 22 inch 75Hz 5ms
$84.97
Keyboard
Redragon K552
$34.99
Mouse
PICTEK Gaming Mouse 7200DPI wired 7 Buttons
$16.99
Headset
HyperX Cloud Stinger
$47.14
Zero Killed PC Build Total Price $1,352.82
Rig
9.4
Score
Future 3 YEARS Proof
This PC build has recently gone up in price by $337.84, was previously $1,014.98.

Choosing A Graphics Card For Our 1080p Zero Killed PC Build

Our key objective when putting together our next gaming PC is always going to be finding a great price point for the most performance we can. Today’s build we start by looking for the right graphics card, at the right price, that can run Zero Killed at 1080p ultra graphics. Looking through todays available cards and comparing their hardware performance has lead us to cherry pick the Radeon RX 5700 XT PowerColor Dual Fan 8GB today for this game. It is capable of returning strong frame rates at our desired ultra 1080p. For reference, our lowest tracked price for this graphics card was on 20th Aug 2020 and it was priced at $379. Todays price is $379.99 which is why we have identified it as a competitive performance to price ratio compared to other hardware in the marketplace today.

Selecting The Right Zero Killed 1080p Motherboard and CPU

The motherboard we are going for is the MSI B360M PRO-VD Intel mATX LAG1151. Its the best priced LGA 1151 socket type motherboard on the market today and will give us the spot to choose a great pairing CPU for the Radeon RX 5700 XT PowerColor Dual Fan 8GB. Looking over the prices today we can see that the Core i5-9400F 6-Core 2.9GHz processor is a great choice for this game and is currently costing $139.99. Giving us a bit more of an insight we saw this processor being sold for a low price of $119.99, which was on 16th Mar 2020.

The MSI B360M PRO-VD Intel mATX LAG1151 motherboard has a cost today of $49.46 that helps find it a place in today’s Zero Killed build. The cheapest motherboard price for the MSI B360M PRO-VD Intel mATX LAG1151 was recorded as $32.99, which was on 28th Dec 2019.

How To Choose The Best RAM For Zero Killed At The Right Price

One of the more significant hardware components in this Zero Killed build is the RAM. We are choosing some complementary and well priced Silicon Power 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4 2400MHz. It is currently priced at $49.99. While among the best priced system memory for this build it will still provide us with the ability to reach our desired FPS for the 1080p ultra setting, that we have been focusing on with this PC. A price point for this RAM was down to $49.99 on 9th Jan 2020.

PC Performance Review at 1080p Ultra Settings on Zero Killed

We reckon these hardware components in our PC build will get 85 FPS at high settings in game and you could improve the graphics up to Ultra and see a FPS of 61 at 1080p.

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PC Build Research Area

Zero Killed
Radeon RX 5700 XT PowerColor Dual Fan 8GB

Other Popular Game 1080p Ultra Custom PC Builds

If this 1080p build was to run Zero Killed at 1440p Ultra, by increasing its screen size, then the FPS it would return on High would be around an average of 65 FPS. At Ultra we expect the average to be 47.

How this build performs for other popular games

To get a more general understanding of how our PC build for Zero Killed performs we can look in to how it copes with some of the more popular games of today at 1080p. To begin we see that Genshin Impact is expected to achieve 80FPS on Ultra and 112FPS on High graphics settings. Next up looking at eFootball PES 2021 we would find 161FPS on Ultra raising to 200+FPS at High. For our last comparison, Microsoft Flight Simulator, we would likely achieve 75 FPS on Ultra and 105 FPS on High graphics settings.

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An Alternative Zero Killed Graphics Card Option for 1080p

Why not switch out the graphics card in this build and replace it with a similarly powerful card from Nvidia. The Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 Asus Dual Advanced 8GB graphics card has a 3% worse performance variation compared to the currently chosen video card. As the best price point for an alternative manufacturer in this range it currently costs $379.99.