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Processing Power is a ship/station stat that is raised by increasing the volume of functional blocks in a vessel. Processing power is needed to increase the number of Subsystem sockets of a vessel.

Processing power per Subsystem Socket[ | ]

The release of version 2.0[1] brought a complete rebalance of processing power and the new progression system[2].

Total amount of Processing Power needed to unlock Subsystem Socket #X after 2.0
Socket #X Processing

Power

Material

Knowledge

Required

#1 Free Iron
#2 51 Iron
#3 128 Iron
#4 320 Titanium
#5 800 Titanium
#6 2,000 Naonite
#7 3 162 Trinium
#8 5 000 Trinium
#9 7 906 Xanion
#10 12 500 Xanion
#11 19 765 Ogonite
#12 31 250 Ogonite
#13 43 065 Avorion
#14 59 348 Avorion
#15 78 125 Avorion

Limits[ | ]

Since version 2.0[1] released processing power is limited by building knowledge. This also limits the volume of functional blocks a ship may have. The maximum amount of processing power a ship may have with Avorion building knowledge is 195k. However, one can further increase the maximum processing power by installing the Stabilizing Mainframe Wiring subsystem.

Functional and non-functional blocks[ | ]

Functional blocks blocks are easy to identify as they have a different background in their icon in the build menu. These are the blocks that do add processing power while non-functional blocks do not. For more information, see Block. An important mention here are Computer Cores. They are functional blocks, which add 7.5 times more processing power than other functional blocks.

Processing Power per Slot before 2.0[ | ]

Total amount of Processing Power needed to unlock System Upgrade Slot #X before 2.0
Slot #X Processing Power
#1 Free
#2 51
#3 128
#4 320
#5 800
#6 2 000
#7 5,000
#8 12,500
#9 19,760
#10 31,250
#11 43.07
#12 59,350
#13 78,130
#14 107,660
#15 148,370

References[ | ]

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