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Everything posted by Cancro_Senzafine

  1. You, sir have come to the wrong forum. You are looking for THIS place. Attention to detail goes a long way.
  2. Check which forum you are on. This isn't Tekkit Classic. You are looking for THIS.
  3. Noticing an issue with Modular Powersuits. There are random massive overheats which lead to death. Found a video containing what I've noticed here. Found a server's forums listing the issue here. This started in 1.2.8 and has gotten worse with 1.2.9. I am trying to test what might be causing it, and I would like some help. If you've already figured this out or the answer is somewhere I haven't looked yet please let me know. Thank you.
  4. I know you're very excited that you found a closed loop involving multiple mods to get yourself some nice stuff. Rightfully so. Good job. What you are proposing or something very similar to it has been figured out and shared on this and many other forums many dozens of times. Good on you, but don't be surprised if your discovery isn't hailed as a pinnacle moment in Tekkit history.
  5. The GUI of the prechargers has always looked like the energy was sitting there. That is just it moving the power to the drill itself before the GUI has a change to update. Like you said, the drill is working. That and the light moving from precharger to drill block are the two tests for connectivity. Looks like you're working just fine, LSPI.
  6. By Big Reactors' efficiency standard (in the GUI of the reactor) I am at 507%. By the standard that you're presenting, I am at 96.13 (32,300 RF/t @ .336 mB/t) 32300 / 336 = 96.13. This is with rods at 100% and Gelid Cryotheum cooling. 15 wide x 15 long x 3 high. Two screenshots linked below: This is the controller GUI after the reactor had time to sit and stabilize. The entire inside edge is coolant and the rods / coolant are checkerboarded on the inside 11 spaces.
  7. If what jakalth suggested didn't work, you might also want to check to see if you're using Atomic Electromagnets with your accelerators and not just Electromagnets. In the latest big update to AS, they separated the two. Each serves a specific purpose now and are not interchangeable. EMs are for reactors, Atomic EMs are for Accelerators. The EM Glass still works for both.
  8. There is also the option in WAILA to show liquids. Numpad0 to bring up waila options or default quickeyed to Numpad2 or 3 I believe.
  9. I never noticed that they added that recipe. Thank you for the information.
  10. Yes, I am excited to see the new changes to Big Reactors myself. The turbine mechanics will be interesting, I think. Overall, it's nice to see that mod get such frequent and nice updates.
  11. This is a copy/paste from a thread I wrote in the forums of the server I play on. This is after some extensive testing (every liquid in tekkit 1.2.6b). Gelid Cryotheum being a miracle coolant is a myth (though it should be). Please forgive the messy table format, I couldn't get html table code to work in these forums. ________________________________________ Alright, here is a comprehensive breakdown for Big Reactors. Tutorials online will show you how to set one up; this is the stuff they do not mention. This is a number-crunch if you want to maximize your efficiency and not waste any
  12. If mining by hand (that is yourself doing it and not a machine), getting a powersuit would really help. The fist from that mod (powerfist, which is entirely self-sufficient and doesn't require the rest of the armor), has pickaxe, axe, shove, and even hoe attachments that ensure that you only have to use that one tool. Further, each attachment has a power slider that will speed up the digging many-fold by consuming more power from the battery on-board the fist / armor. As far as I know, that is the fastest possible manual digging tool available.
  13. I shouldn't have updated before I tried to answer this question because it is not showing up now in either WAILA or NEI no matter which settings I tweak. Sorry to get your hopes up. I can tell you for sure that 100 RF/t does work and I haven't tried any lower (you can only go down to 50 RF/t with a resonant cell).
  14. With WAILA a part of Tekkit now, if you hover over the fusion reactor, you not only get a visual indication of its level of Deuterium, but the WAILA tooltip will tell you what the max and trigger power are for that machine. Fusion Reactors are 100 RF/t. Easy to regulate that with a cell of some type sitting directly on top of it, which also gives you a buffer in case you have a power hiccup.
  15. There is a Resonant Energy Cell with 10k RF/t input and 100 RF/t output sitting directly on top of the Fusion Reactor. 100 RF/t is the trigger amount of power to keep a fusion reaction going. There is a tesseract sitting on top of the cell (set to receive-only) keeping it full and a second tesseract two space above it (one space between them) transmitting only. The top (transmission) Tesseract is the one reading 9,337 RF/t from all four leads into it.
  16. 1) You are correct. You could put one more row of water / turbines on the outer edge and since the plasma makes contact with those electromagnets, it will generate steam. I chose not to do so because I was at the limits of what conduits could transfer (you were correct again) and doing so means I could not have fit four reactors within the one chunk I keep loaded. 2) According to my experiences, a fully powered chemical extractors was keeping pace with two reactors of the size I have pictured.
  17. 1) Make Ice blocks in the Glacial Precipitator (TE3) 2) Make a Vibration Catalyst (TE3) 3) Put the Ice down at strategic locations within your quarry in the Nether. 4) Right-click them with the catalyst once in place. Voila, water in the Nether that doesn't melt. That sounds like way too much fun. *runs off to copy idea*
  18. The link that TonyVS and Silmenume endorsed is definitely a great one. Though it is getting to be a little outdated, it is fantastic to get started. The "A Look into the Future" is also interesting for the effects that heat seem to have now on reactors. With the heat situation as a segway... I have noticed a few things I'd like to share. 1) More compact reactors are much more powerful now than larger ones, or better put: the less you are having to spread your limited amount of plasma around the better. A simple one-ring reactor (pictured below) is as simple and small as you can make it (I
  19. Confirmed 10 minutes ago on my server. Certus quartz manually put into DSU is okay, but emptied DSU and quartz was picked up by quarry -> ME intake -> Crash. This was 1.2.2.
  20. Not sure how many of you play with 'Highlight Tooltips' on (from NEI), but when you are looking at Certus Quartz blocks there is a visual "flipping" back and forth in the HUD tooltip between the quartz crystals and the dust. This happens very fast over and over, but doesn't appear to cause lag or cause a client crash. However, it is something that needs fixed at some point assuming it is not just me experiencing it.
  21. So we have a clear understanding here I am going to essentially repeat myself a couple of times in different ways... Tekkit = A bunch of mods arranged together into a modpack. Each mod works with a specific version of the base game Minecraft. The version of Minecraft that Tekkit 1.2 works with is 1.6.4. Minecraft Version = 1.6.4 Tekkit Version = 1.2 (It is 1.2.2 right now) So there is no version 1.6.4 of Tekkit. That just refers to the version of Minecraft that THIS version of Tekkit works with. If you already have Tekkit on version 1.2, then you are already working with Min
  22. So you are all aware, the server team is currently hard at work play-testing and reporting bugs to the official Tekkit 1.2 beta thread. The Tekkit update has gone from 1.2 -> 1.2.1 -> 1.2.2 by the time I am writing this, with plenty of testing left to do. Once a stable build is put together and recommended by the Technic Pack staff, the server will open up to the general player base of white-listed individuals. We will all just have to be patient until that time comes.
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