How long since you replaced thermal paste on cpu and gpu? Do you have a temperature monitor program (like speedfan, afterburner, or hwmblackbox) o see if they are getting hot and slowing down?Alright, so I made a slight mistake and a bunch of things that were supposed to be on the inside also ended up on the outside, unfortunately starting that whole process from scratch seemed easier than just fixing the problem at hand. So I ended up filling most of the back tower with reactor, so once I put more stabilisers on, there should be enough power; if not I give up. There are no screenshots this time because my computer very suddenly decided that starmade was using A LOT more processor power than it should so I had to close it early.
there should be enough power; if not I give up.
Never done that since like idk 2013, which is when I got my computer so I mean yeah it probably needs to some love by now... I'll have to look into it, maybe there's some at the store. Thanks for the tip bro, I guess I'll also have to figure out HOW to do that? Uuuh yeah, I'm sure I'll figure it out, how hard can it be right?How long since you replaced thermal paste on cpu and gpu? Do you have a temperature monitor program (like speedfan, afterburner, or hwmblackbox) o see if they are getting hot and slowing down?
Yeah the fill tool is the greatest thing ever invented imho. Anyway here's what I tried to explain, I filled this part with reactor blocks... Do you guys think this is overkill? Idk there's some more space for MORE reactor blocks just in case...In my experience, fitting ships or stations with systems has become incomparably easier after we got the Flood-Fill Tool.
If you're having difficulties because of the sheer amount of block placement required for systeming large structures, be sure to try this method:
1) Partition off a volume within your interior space that you intend to house a great many blocks of a particular system type (make sure it's fully closed and won't leak out filling material).
2) Set the Fill Origin point within the space of the partition, set the fill-amount-per-click to the max 5000 blocks value, select the desired filling material on the build mode hotbar, and click away until the entire volume is flood-filled.
Anyway here's what I tried to explain, I filled this part with reactor blocks... Do you guys think this is overkill?