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Rigs of Rods [PC]
Rigs_of_Rods
FPS System Benchmark
200+ FPS
High
Graphics Card
  • Release Date
    EU/UK:Nov-01-2011
    US:Nov-01-2011
    AU:Nov-01-2011
  • Genre
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PC System Analysis for Rigs of Rods
Rigs of Rods ("RoR") is an open source multi-simulation game which uses soft-body physics to simulate the motion and deformation of vehicles. The game is built using a specific soft-body physics engine called Beam, which simulates a network of interconnected nodes (forming the chassis and the wheels) and gives the ability to simulate deformable objects. With this engine, vehicles and their loads flex and deform as stresses are applied. Crashing into walls or terrain can permanently deform a vehicle.

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Rigs of Rods System Requirements
Intel CPU
AMD CPU
Nvidia Graphics Card
AMD Graphics Card
VRAM
RAM
OS
Direct X
HDD Space
GD Verdict
Recommended Requirements
128 MB
GD VRAM hardware score: 1
512 MB
GD RAM hardware score: 1
Win Xp 32
DX 9
1 GB
FPS
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Low Setting
Premium Only FPS
Medium Setting
Premium Only FPS
High Setting
Premium Only FPS
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Modern Only
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Rigs of Rods vs Avg. AAA Game System Requirements
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CPU
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Graphics Card
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RAM
11GB
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