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It's kind of weird but Starsector often gives me RAM errors, and I have enough free RAM galore while I run the game. I also have weird FPS drops despite my system not even being pressured in any way (running at sub-60 fps, like 44 fps in some fights that aren't even that big).

OS: Windows 10 x64
RAM: 32 GB
Graphics Card: RTX 3090
CPU: Ryzen 9 3950x

Is there a problem with the new version maybe? Is there anyone else with this issue? Did anyone solve it with some workaround?

General Discussion / How to properly order the AI?
« on: April 07, 2021, 02:52:07 AM »
Fighting a Nexus for example is pain because the AI doesn't seem to understand the idea of "cover those that have too much flux" like I do, and they don't really cover me when I'm the one in trouble even with Escort.
Escort actually seems to make them more prone to just tanking all the time, meaning they get in the way.
I'm pretty sure people have already found the best ways to get around and know how to use commands, so instead of making a "Commands suck/AI suck" thread, I'd rather ask the community to see if you know better ways to solve this issue, maybe through waypoints or specific commands?

I mean, it's fine, I eventually destroy the Nexus with few losses, but those losses could have just been avoided. Sometimes I think the enemy AI is just better at grasping the situation than my AI. I'd often see enemy AIs cover for the heavy fluxed ship while it retreats behind to vent. Mine don't seem to want to do that, instead they'd rather tank vent and leave me or any other ship out in the open like they don't give a ***.
Is it also based on composition maybe?
I use Eagles, Champions, Onslaughts, Legions and Sunders.

Hello, I'm kind of in a dilemma right now since even verifying this is quite difficult and for me the differentiation seems rather odd in the status of the planets.
Is "No Atmosphere" the only one that can use Synchrotron Core or are "Thin Atmosphere", "Toxic Atmosphere" etc also good enough to fit this prerequisite?

Also, does the Orbital Fusion Lamp change a planet from Hot to Extreme Heat? I have a Cryoarithmetic Engine that I want to use together with a Synchroton, a Pristine Nanoforge and Autonomous Mantle Bore but damn, it's kind of difficult to find a good planet.
I haven't played the game in ages, so I don't even know or remember, are there bonuses to closeby colonies? Do I need to build Heavy Industries for all of them so their fleets don't suck or is it still ok to have only one and it functions globally?

Bug Reports & Support / Domain-era probe spawned inside star
« on: March 30, 2021, 10:26:40 AM »

There's the bug.

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