So any ways i was doing some research about what metals are the most conductive(I was Curious) and Did some reserch and here was my results.
Most conductive: Silver
Second on conductivity:Gold
Third on conductivity:Copper
Fourth on conductivity:Tin
Now i was curious? Hmm why do we have 3 of the most conductive and effective metals are Being used for electricity in Ic2. Why don't we have silver?
Also Regarding the HV wire That is just a giant tin wire so here is another idea, the size of the wire will change how much electricity can flow in the wire(its like having a larger pipe to have more fluids flow through it with out popping the pipe).
So they will gome in several sizes (The EU Values are just Examples)
Extra large-5000 EU
So what do you guys think?