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BPM is a rhythm-action FPS rogue-like where you must shoot, jump and dodge to the beat of an epic rock soundtrack. Delve into a randomly generated dungeon where one missed note can lead to your death. Gain game-changing abilities and loot powerful weaponry to defeat your ancient enemy: Nidhogg.
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BPM: Bullets Per Minute 1080p Ultra Custom PC Build Review

Prices and hardware reviewed and updated: 27th Jul 2021

If you are looking to build and buy your next PC to run BPM: Bullets Per Minute then this list of custom curated components will give you a great jumping off point for your next gaming PC selection. With the mission objective being a high gaming standard at top end graphics settings, and a 1080p screen resolution. These prices are are checked multiple times each day and we update the build if other hardware is better value for money, while still meeting our gaming hardware standards.

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 BPM: Bullets Per Minute PC Hardware Component List

Component Current Price
CPU
$165.99
Graphics Card
$397.99
Memory
Silicon Power 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4 RAM 2666MHz
$52.99
Motherboard
MSI B360M PRO-VD Intel mATX LAG1151
$49.46
Case
Cooler Master MasterBox Lite 3.1 mATX
$49.99
PSU
EVGA 850W Bq 80+ Bronze
$68.99
SSD
Crucial MX500 SSD 500GB
$57.99
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
$13.99
Headset
HyperX Cloud Stinger
$34.99
BPM: Bullets Per Minute PC Build Total Price $1,385.34
Rig
9
Score
Future 3 YEARS Proof
This PC build has recently gone down in price by $8.12, was previously $1,393.46.

Choosing A Graphics Card For Our 1080p BPM: Bullets Per Minute PC Build

We want a punchy GPU for this build and the Radeon RX 5700 XT MSI Evoke OC 8GB is currently priced at a competitive $397.99. Out of interest our lowest price tracked on this graphics card was on 6th Dec 2019 where we saw it for $376.05.. This PC graphics hardware selection is a nice price to performance option when looking to run BPM: Bullets Per Minute at 1080p ultra graphics. We expect to see some good FPS from this card at these specs. Exploring the price trends for this card shows us it has increased its price by $9.91 over the past two weeks, so perhaps there is still deals that can be found on this card.

Selecting The Right BPM: Bullets Per Minute 1080p Motherboard and CPU

To accompany the graphics option we have put a compatible motherboard into the build. The MSI B360M PRO-VD Intel mATX LAG1151 motherboard in turn enables us to add the Core i5-9400F 6-Core 2.9GHz processor that has the LGA 1151 socket. This CPU is a great fit for BPM: Bullets Per Minute and balances nicely with the Radeon RX 5700 XT MSI Evoke OC 8GB, to help reach the right frame rates at this resolution. We have of course chosen this CPU today because of its price to performance credentials where it is currently priced at $165.99. A low end price for this CPU would be $119.99, which we saw it priced at on 16th Mar 2020.

At $49.46 the MSI B360M PRO-VD Intel mATX LAG1151 motherboard muscles its feature rich chipboard into today’s BPM: Bullets Per Minute PC build. A low recorded price for this motherboard was spotted on 28th Dec 2019 where it was $32.99.

How To Choose The Best RAM For BPM: Bullets Per Minute At The Right Price

The BPM: Bullets Per Minute 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 1080p ultra and so the Silicon Power 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4 RAM 2666MHz which we have found for $52.99 is among the best price system memory at the moment. To provide a bit of system memory pricing insight, we spotted this Silicon Power 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4 RAM 2666MHz being sold for a low price of $50 on 7th Aug 2020.

PC Performance Review at 1080p Ultra Settings on BPM: Bullets Per Minute

A PC build like this can expect to get an average of 84 FPS on High settings in BPM: Bullets Per Minute at 1080p. There may be some lower frame rates in some parts of the game, but we have chosen the components to get some solid frame rates. Increasing the quality in the game to Ultra, will see us still getting an FPS of 60.

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BPM: Bullets Per Minute
Radeon RX 5700 XT MSI Evoke OC 8GB

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Increasing the screen resolution for BPM: Bullets Per Minute would mean this setup would be getting FPS that are 46 FPS average, at 1440p Ultra. The FPS would go up to 64 FPS if the graphics settings at this resolution were lowered to High.

How this build performs for other popular games

To get a more general understanding of how our PC build for BPM: Bullets Per Minute 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 Battlefield 6 is expected to achieve 73FPS on Ultra and 92FPS on High graphics settings. Next up looking at Grand Theft Auto VI we would find 55FPS on Ultra raising to 76FPS at High. For our last comparison, Resident Evil 8, we would likely achieve 55 FPS on Ultra and 76 FPS on High graphics settings.

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An Alternative BPM: Bullets Per Minute 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 RTX 2070 Asus Dual Advanced 8GB, 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 $379.99.