[IC2 EXP] Make UUM be produced 1mb at a time, instead of 1000.

  • Currently, mass fabricators produce a bucket of UUM at time, which is 1000 mb. It would make a lot more sense to divide the EU cost per operation by 1000, and make it produce 1 mb per operation.

  • I agree on that aswell. It would be much more friendly to the user (positive physiological effect) seeing numbers going up 1 by 1, instead of a looooooong wait 1000.

  • I already made it produce 1000 times less per cycle and the recipes cheaper to make UU worth a lot more per block/bucket.


    Then... Isn't that more reason to implement this change, since 1 millibucket of UUM is worth more now?


    I think you're mistaking this for another nerf to the power requirement of UUM, which this is not supposed to be suggesting...

  • The EU cost is still high, but replicating something will use much less uu as before. The overall energy required to produce something is unaffected by proportionally lowering uu output while lowering uu usage at the same time.

  • The EU cost is still high, but replicating something will use much less uu as before. The overall energy required to produce something is unaffected by proportionally lowering uu output while lowering uu usage at the same time.


    That's the point...


    I would like for UUM to be produced as a trickle of 1 mb at a time, instead of the odd 1000 mb it is now. I also think that the energy cost it is now it perfectly fine, so I also proposed that the energy cost per operation be reduced proportionally.

  • Ditto. 1mb at a time is a lot more useful for factories.

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