I am looking for a mark II-5 good eu out put

  • i need this for one of my friends servers to power something i need by the end of the week can anyone help me
    at least 20,000 eu out put anyone have a good desgin

  • Be aware that nuclear engineering is getting a complete rework in the next version.


    But you are limited to 2048EU/t in a "practical technical" sense from cable limitations, but because you might have to send all of it through an LV cable system, you are likely limited to 128EU/t from the fact that LV transformers are limited to 128EU/t in either direction (32*4 or 128 *1 for your set up).

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  • One isnt limited to 2048EU/t by Cables. Put the EV-Transfromers directly adjacent to your Reactor and viola, you have nifty little 512EU/t-Dwarfs

  • Yes, a transformer will only process the equivalent of one packet of the maximum size it can handle in each tick (i.e. 128 EU/t for LVT, 512 EU/t for MVT, 2048 EU/t for HVT). Of course, you can always add more transformers if you have more power to deal with.

  • Will the reactor split its packets across many outputs? If that is a no, then making any pile produce at 2049 EU/t or higher is pretty pointless.

    A Rock Raider trained as an Engineer, among other things.

  • you can use more then one transformer to get a 3600 eu output changed into smaller packets...

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  • Will the reactor split its packets across many outputs? If that is a no, then making any pile produce at 2049 EU/t or higher is pretty pointless.


    Mass Fab (main energy eater) can eat up to 166k eu per tick, i think.
    MFSU can take all of 10kk eu at once, if packets are small enough.


  • Mass Fab (main energy eater) can eat up to 166k eu per tick, i think.
    MFSU can take all of 10kk eu at once, if packets are small enough.


    you missed the point, he was talking about the output-package size