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Total Lockdown is a battle royale on the top floors of a giant skyscraper. In this action shooter, the goal is to survive using any available weapons, gadgets, and tricks. Fight for fortune and fame in a battle to the death!
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Total Lockdown 1080p Ultra Custom PC Build Review

Prices and hardware reviewed and updated: 26th Jun 2020

This is a hand selected custom PC component build that will answer your question of, what PC should I buy next to play Total Lockdown on. One that has the right gaming hardware to enjoy a great Total Lockdown experience. We are going to choose these parts with the aim of keeping a high FPS rate at top end graphics settings, getting its visuals from a 1080p resolution monitor screen. Todays prices will be checked every few hours to make sure only the best hardware at the best prices will be displayed for this build.

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 Action, Adventure 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 not featuring on our list of most demanding games of today 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 1080p Price to Performance Total Lockdown PC Hardware Component List

Component Current Price
CPU
$74.49
Graphics Card
$107.99
Memory
Crucial Ballistix Sport 8GB (1x8GB) DDR4 2666MHz
$32.99
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
$59.99
HDD
WD 2003FZEX HDD 2TB
$121.99
Display
Sceptre E225W 22 inch 75Hz 5ms
$84.97
Keyboard
Redragon K552
$39.99
Mouse
Redragon M719 Invader
$19.99
Headset
HyperX Cloud Stinger
$49.99
Total Lockdown PC Build Total Price $756.82
Rig
3.3
Score
Future 0 YEARS Proof
This PC build has recently gone down in price by $163.45, was previously $920.27.

Choosing A Graphics Card For Our 1080p Total Lockdown PC Build

Obviously one of the most important components for this build is the graphics card. We can take a look at the best price to performance hardware right now to help deliver a system that can run Total Lockdown at 1080p ultra settings. Looking through today’s graphics card prices we can see that the Radeon RX 560 4GB is today’s best GPU option for this computer and it will work great at this screen resolution. Its price right now is $107.99, and running our hardware tests against that price shows this to be the cheapest but best performer for Total Lockdown. As a point of interest this graphics card has increased its price by $107.99 over the past two weeks. The lowest price recorded by us so far for the Radeon RX 560 4GB is $107.99 recorded at 28th Nov 2019.

Selecting The Right Total Lockdown 1080p 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 i3-9100F 4-Core 3.6GHz. This processor is currently priced at a competitive $74.49 and really works well with the Radeon RX 560 4GB. The cheapest price we spotted this cpu for is $59, which was on 27th May 2020.

At $49.46 the MSI B360M PRO-VD Intel mATX LAG1151 motherboard muscles its feature rich chipboard into today’s Total Lockdown PC build. We have checked the mobo prices and found that on 28th Dec 2019, this motherboard was priced at a low of $32.99.

How To Choose The Best RAM For Total Lockdown At The Right Price

One of the more significant hardware components in this Total Lockdown build is the RAM. We are choosing some complementary and well priced Crucial Ballistix Sport 8GB (1x8GB) DDR4 2666MHz. It is currently priced at $32.99. 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 low price point for this Crucial Ballistix Sport 8GB (1x8GB) DDR4 2666MHz was spotted on 2nd Feb 2020, where we saw it at $29.49.

PC Performance Review at 1080p Ultra Settings on Total Lockdown

So now that our core components are all in place we would expect to see around 64 FPS in Total Lockdown at 1080p resolution, on Ultra settings. Make some adjustments to the graphics options and you could boost this up to 89 FPS for High graphics settings.

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PC Build Research Area

Total Lockdown
Radeon RX 560 4GB

Other Popular Game 1080p Ultra Custom PC Builds

Bumping up the in game screen resolution to 1440p our expected FPS would be 48 FPS at Ultra graphics setting or around 68 FPS on High.

How this build performs for other popular games

Ensuring our PC build for Total Lockdown runs some of the more popular games of today competently at 1080p is also something worth considering. Looking at Horizon: Zero Dawn we see this pc build is likely to get 31FPS on Ultra and 43FPS on High graphics settings. In contrast we can expect Doom Eternal to return 30FPS on Ultra and 41FPS when lowered to High. Another popular game at the moment is Grand Theft Auto VI, which is 0 FPS running at Ultra, and 0 on High graphics settings.

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An Alternative Total Lockdown Graphics Card Option for 1080p

If you are looking for a graphics card from Nvidia instead of the one we have selected in this build then you could try GeForce GTX 2050, which has a 4% worse performance difference, so still similar capabilities. We have chosen it based on its price-performance figure as well, as it is currently priced at $149.99.