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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 1440p Ultra Custom PC Build Review

Prices and hardware reviewed and updated: 24th Nov 2020

If you are asking yourself, what hardware components should I buy for my next PC so it can run Zero Killed then that is exactly what we will be doing in this review. Our challenge is in choosing the right priced PC items to get together an optimum build, which can meet the needs of Zero Killed. With the mission objective being a high gaming standard on the best graphics possible, using 1440p monitor resolution. We will keep checking the prices every day, so that our hardware selections on this page are at the best price point and we will swap in and out whenever something else appears better value today.

First off, to help us pull together the best hardware for this build, we have to understand a little bit about the type of game we are creating this computer for. Zero Killed is a title which sits in the Action genre categories, which may influence our peripheral selection a bit, to help accommodate some of the particular requirements there. This game would have also been built on PC hardware during 2020 and before, which can suggest the sort of specced components a developer might have been using and hoping for their game to run on. Today we find it is 94 on our most demanding games list and currently not figuring in our more popular games. While this extra info gives a good sense of what we want from our PC, nothing really replaces our value for money assessment based on live prices, when putting together this build.

Best 1440p Price to Performance Zero Killed PC Hardware Component List

Component Current Price
CPU
$158.50
Graphics Card
$2,131.00
Memory
Patriot Viper Elite 16GB (1x8GB) DDR4 2666MHz
$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
Crucial MX500 SSD 500GB
$53.68
HDD
Toshiba X300 HDD 5TB
$374.97
Display
AOC 22 inch 5ms
$90.00
Keyboard
Redragon K552
$27.99
Mouse
PICTEK Gaming Mouse 7200DPI wired 7 Buttons
$10.87
Headset
HyperX Cloud Stinger
$39.99
Zero Killed PC Build Total Price $3,101.42
Rig
9.3
Score
Future 3 YEARS Proof
This PC build has recently gone up in price by $18.23, was previously $3,083.19.

Choosing A Graphics Card For Our 1440p 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 1440p ultra graphics. Looking through todays available cards and comparing their hardware performance has lead us to cherry pick the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Super today for this game. It is capable of returning strong frame rates at our desired ultra 1440p. Checking our records our lowest tracked price for this card was on 4th Mar 2020 which had it priced at $1213.49. Todays price is $2131 which is why we have identified it as a competitive performance to price ratio compared to other hardware in the marketplace today. We have seen this card drop its price recently by $269 which is part of the reason it has been slotted in to this build.

Selecting The Right Zero Killed 1440p Motherboard and CPU

MSI B360M PRO-VD Intel mATX LAG1151 motherboard is today’s best buy mobo, that also provides us with the LGA 1151 cpu socket type. Which is ideal for the best performance to price processor we have seen for our build, the Core i5-9400F 6-Core 2.9GHz. This processor is currently priced at a competitive $158.5 and really works well with the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Super. Bottom prices recorded for this CPU was when we saw it at $119.99, which we noticed it on 16th Mar 2020.

Chosen for price point, socket type and feature list, the MSI B360M PRO-VD Intel mATX LAG1151 has a cost today of $49.46. 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

Researching the correct system memory for our build means we need it to meet Zero Killed requirements, with a view to running reliable FPS at Ultra settings leads us to Patriot Viper Elite 16GB (1x8GB) DDR4 2666MHz. Today it is one of the best priced RAM options at $49.99 and will certainly support the CPU and GPU well. To provide a bit of system memory pricing insight, we spotted this Patriot Viper Elite 16GB (1x8GB) DDR4 2666MHz being sold for a low price of $49.99 on 30th Nov 2020.

PC Performance Review at 1440p Ultra Settings on Zero Killed

This computer setup should be looking at getting 62 FPS on Ultra graphics at the 1440p screen size in Zero Killed. We expect with a few tweaks to the settings this gaming PC will also get around 87 FPS at High settings, which will give you some frame rate performance to play around with.

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PC Build Research Area

Zero Killed
GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Super

Other Popular Game 1440p Ultra Custom PC Builds

With the larger screen resolutions always being of interest and something to consider, let’s take a look at how this build could perform. Running a 4k Zero Killed we would expect 52 FPS at High and a drop to 37 when run at 4k Ultra.

How this build performs for other popular games

To ensure we are making a good choice with this Zero Killed PC build we can check to see if it performs consistently across a variety of games. Some of the most popular games today include FIFA 21, World of Warcraft: Shadowlands and Grand Theft Auto VI so let’s see how this build handles them at 1440p. Starting with FIFA 21 we can expect to be seeing an Ultra FPS of 200+ and at High settings an FPS of 200+ frames. In comparison World of Warcraft: Shadowlands is likely to see an Ultra FPS of around 56, improving to 79 FPS on High settings. Lastly Grand Theft Auto VI will see an Ultra FPS of around 58 which improves to a 81 FPS on High settings.

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