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About Airpower

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  1. No potato rig here. Top of the line Falcon Northwest gaming rig that rips up mostly any game on the market. I'm not sure how accurate Windows' task manager is, but when ONI is running at 10 FPS, my CPU and memory usage isn't even breaking a sweat. I can't imagine that ONI is taxing my video card either. Hell if filling the map with neutronium will fix the lag problem, maybe I'll just have to try it! Still though, I agree that I'd trade more biomes for better lategame performance.
  2. Thank you for the suggestion. I made my dedicated graphics card primary, and updated my drivers, but it's still chunky and slow. Oddly it spikes up to very fast for a few seconds every now and then, but then it goes right back down again. Tzionut, I'm in cycle 1096. My processor is an Intel i7-6900K with 32 GB RAM // Video Card: Nvidia GeForce 1080 Ti. Deleting my storage cabinets also helped a little bit, but I think, based off of 0xCD's quoted post though, that my problem is all my dug out area. Kind of disappointing that playing the game punishes you in this way. Endgame is the most interesting part of the game for me, but that's where it slows down.
  3. Hi all, I'm having a great time with this game, and have finally gotten a rocket program up and running. However the game is recently slowing down to a literal crawl. I have to pause in order to scroll anywhere, and when I'm unpaused, the game is a slideshow. My computer shouldn't be the problem... it's pretty good and can run other games with ease. I tried some "herbal remedies" such as deleting all of my storage containers, and that helped a little bit, but it's still really bad and more or less unplayable. Does anyone have any suggestions for me? I'd prefer not to restart, just to have this same problem again.
  4. Creative solution! But my bunker doors are built at the edge of the buildable zone. Oh well maybe I'll try that next time. For now I've been forced do disassemble my hydrogen engines, sandbox away the broken regolith, and then manually rebuild the engines. Blah.
  5. Ahhhh okay shoot. I can't build bunker doors beneath, because I have a water pool with 4x steam turbines there to absorb the heat. Looks like I'll just have to use Sandbox mode to keep deleting it.
  6. Title says it all! I built two hydrogen rockets next to each other with open access to space above (and meteor showers). The rockets landed, and were subsequently buried in new regolith. When I went to dig it out, several squares of it became invincible and I wasn't able to dig them out. The undiggable squares seem to be located at the center tile of the hydrogen engine. The left hand rocket has a two-tile-tall undiggable pile. The right rocket has a single undiggable tile. I've included a screenshot. Even when I deleted the hydrogen engines (shown in the screenshot), the regolith remained undiggable. My guys just sit there and drill at it for minutes, but nothing happens. Any advice for how to get rid of this stuff? Or am I just hosed?