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  1. Hello all, HV solar panels produce a hefty 512 EU/t, and when combined with a good method for storing their power, are generally considered the best power source in Tekkit. Their primary disadvantage is how long they take to craft. Which is why I have created a relatively lag-free method for automatically producing HV solar panels, and this is the tutorial for how to make it. I doubt that I am the first to come up with this type of design, but I haven't found any good guides out there that don't take up an unnecessary amount of space (but I'm not claiming that this design is optimized).
  2. Looking at this page (https://www.technicpack.net/modpack/tekkitmain.552547/mods) showing the list and version of mods included in Tekkit, it shows: Equivalent Exchange 0.1.140 But looking around the net for the latest version of Equivalent Exchange 3, I found this page: http://ee3.pahimar.com/ This shows the latest version to be 0.3.0.547 I am curious... I realize this website is a volunteer effort. Do you know if there are plans to update the version of Equivalent Exchange? Thanks in advance.
  3. Get this modpack here - http://www.technicpack.net/modpack/tekkpack-1710.589766 Server link is also here - http://www.technicpack.net/modpack/tekkpack-1710.589766 Direct link - http://api.technicpack.net/modpack/tekkpack-1710 (copy paste to technic launcher, "add pack or search") This is a modpack wich is made on purpose to update Tekkit Classic from 1.2.5 to 1.7.10, huh!, how much versions is that! - By: Hawkeye_9876 - Ingame: jordywt - Skype: marko.balasko2 - Mods: 1.IC-2 2.IC-2 Addons; - Advanced Machines - Compact Solars - Nuclear Control 3.BuildCraft 4.ChickenChunks 5.Chisel
  4. I dropped a comment about my lava-to-diamond processing chain elsewhere, and somebody got curious. So allow me to elaborate on it a little. 1. Prelude First, what happened so far in the Equivalent Exchange universe. EE2 was part of the old Tekkit, and can still be used in Tekkit Classic. It was a very big, very powerful and very server-taxing mod because of its extreme empowerment and endgame options. You were basically generating blocks, any kind of blocks, in any amount desired at some point. A whole chunk of diamond blocks? That was kid's stuff when you had Dark Matter, or even Red Mat
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