Err, the vanilla way?
Make an eye of ender and release it and it'll fly in the direction of the nearest one.
MFR laser drill with lots of white focus.[FTB Infinity] I need a constant supply of nether quartz that doesn't revolve around the use of a quarry or building any new dimensions. Any advice would be great! I don't want to have to go to the Nether to heard around Nether Quartz every time I have to expand my builds that require Nether Quartz.
The laser drill generates ores randomly from a list. Each focus you put in will push the probability towards getting certain ores. The effect is cumulative so if you really want to get a specific thing then you can put many of the same colour focus in.Is it just one focus per laser drill? I never made one but I got what it takes to start building one. Doubt I got enough juice to make it run all the time though.
[FTB Infinity] I need a constant supply of nether quartz that doesn't revolve around the use of a quarry or building any new dimensions. Any advice would be great! I don't want to have to go to the Nether to heard around Nether Quartz every time I have to expand my builds that require Nether Quartz.
Yeah it's defiantly an overheating problem.I usually can play ~30 minutes, but sometimes I can play 2-3 hours with no problem.
I don't know what to do....
Yeah it's defiantly an overheating problem.
Only if you know how to take a laptop apart follow this process.
Open your laptop and give it a good oul clean, the air intake and outtake fans could be full of dirt and dust, therefore the the fans can't actually get the air out of your laptop and end up keeping it all inside. Your Dual GPU setup generates a lot of heat therefore the laptop just shuts down, and the 2-3 hours of play time you get is probably when you get up the next day and get on your laptop all of the components are cool and it lasts longer without shutting down. Just give your laptop a good clean.
the only other thing I can recommend for you is to disable one of your video cards. It's like a grill in your laptop especially with 2 GPU's.I've already done it.
I also replaced thermal grease...
But sometimes i can play several hours and it doesn't do a restart.
I don't know.....
Have you tried different versions of Forge ?
Pretty sure WK stands for 'work', so it's X RF per jobSo, I noticed that in 1.7.10, in the NEI screen, MFR blocks display power usage as X RF/WK. Is that the same as RF/t or is WK something completely different? Cause quite frankly, harvesters requiring 240 RF/t seems way too much...