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一种水净化控制计算机系统芯片。看起来很像你的避难所需要的芯片。辐射游戏中的说明

水净化控制芯片(英文名:water purification control chip)是避难所科技公司安装在避难所的水净化系统的基石。

背景

控制系统的芯片是21世纪电子产品的典范。它是带有嵌入式真空管的大型电路板,可调节净水器内的过滤系统并监控输出是否有污染迹象。[1][2] 虽然净水芯片可以临时用于小规模的水净化,[3]但它是专门设计用来与避难所水源计算机连接的(通过一个特定的槽和插孔;该芯片仍然需要通过自己的电线提供独立的电源),如果没有避难所,它就无法进行大规模的水净化。[4]尽管从理论上讲它是经久耐用的,但这些芯片是由出价低的承包商制造的,从而导致质量差和故障率高。 2161年的13号避难所就是这种情况,由于过程对于解决方案系统而言过于复杂,因此情况变得更糟。[5] 它们通常放在可插五块芯片的盒子里。

然而,这些芯片是可互换的,并且可以在任何避难所水源计算机中使用,它们只需要自检并在连接后重新启动。[6]

没有净水芯片

辐射》的事件是在13号避难所唯一的净水芯片损坏后开始的,而弥补不断减少的水供应的唯一方法便是离开并寻找新的芯片。最初的放逐者,虽然不是第一个被选中的人,但在 2161年被派任务去寻找替代品。在南加州废土上遭遇了许多人和地方后,他在古城墓地下面的12号避难所中找到了一个合适的替代芯片,并把它带回了13号避难所

具有讽刺意味的是,由于运输订单混乱,8号避难所收到了13号避难所订购的额外净水芯片,而不是分配给他们的第二套伊甸園創造套件,该套件被分配给了13号避难所。[7]

特征

尽管被称为芯片,但该设备的游戏内视觉效果(包括3D渲染和背景电路图)均表明,该设备是完全使用热电子阀(甚至是分立晶体管)构建的,采用了这种50年代技术的传统风格 ,作为带有凸出的玻璃真空管的金属盒底盘; 实际上,“芯片”可能根本不包含任何硅。这个名字也有点误导人,因为芯片本身并不生产或处理水,而是控制其他生产或处理水的设备。

地点

幕后


在我进行建模时,净水芯片的视觉只是演变成一个视觉笑话-我觉得展示最简单,最基本的主板类型的东西很有趣,而监督者描述的东西是如此复杂,以至于无法解决问题 。 那就是很多设计在这些事情上进行的原因-我们只是想出了一些我们在填充细节时觉得很有趣的东西。 我从未见过有人提到的具体细节是,净水芯片后面的原理图实际上是用于马各合成器的。Leonard Boyarsky
  • 从技术上讲,净水芯片根本不是芯片。这个术语专门指使用集成电路的设备,该发明到2077年从未真正印在电路板上。净水“芯片”是一个大型的处理单元,建立在一个全金属底盘和热离子真空管。
  • 在介绍的背景中显示的蓝图实际上是马各合成器的原理图。[8]
  • 在《辐射2》中,永远的守护者的特殊遭遇战允许玩家角色打破净水芯片并启动《辐射》的事件。

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参考文献

  1. Kane: "{156}{}{A water chip? Never heard of it, we only sell drinks. Go see Bob's Iguana Bits, if you're hungry.}"
    The Vault Dweller: "{157}{}{It's an electronic device that regulates the filtering system of a water purifier and monitors the output for any contamination. Mine's broken and I'm looking for a replacement.}"
    (KANE.MSG)
  2. PRO ITEM.MSG (Fallout): "{5500}{}{Water Chip}"
    "{5501}{}{A water purification control computer system chip. Looks suprisingly like the chip that your Vault needs.}"
  3. Vault 101 terminals: "Experiment PP216: After "borrowing" a few more water chips and rerouting some of the power here in the clinic, I've finally been able to affect the latest sample. It's not much, but considering what I have to work with it, a definite step in the right direction."
  4. The Vault Dweller: "{104}{}{Do you have a water chip?}"
    Martha Rastello: "{112}{}{Water chip... hmm. Oh, those old Vault purifying control chips. Well, I'm sure I speak for the entire town when I say you won't find one here. Without the proper equipment they're worthless. Only a Vault, or maybe Necropolis would have any use for one. Why do you ask?}"
    (MSTMERCH.MSG)
  5. The Vault Dweller: "{105}{}{Do you have a water chip?}"
    Paul: "{134}{}{A Water Chip? The ones from the old Vault-Tec shelters?}"
    The Vault Dweller: "{135}{}{Yes!.. Do you have one?}"
    "{136}{}{No. Those things were junk, they were prone to failure. We don’t deal with purifying our own water here. We have water delivered by caravans from the Hub.}"
    (PAUL.MSG)
  6. Jacoren: "{156}{Over_31}{Okey-dokey. One moment, the chip is initializing. Here - here - here - There it goes . . . Self-test is green . . . re-boot is good . . . Hah! It's working! And it looks like we have a winner! Haha! [The overseer sighs with relief.] You -- you've saved us. You've done it!}"
    (OVER.MSG)
  7. Vault City central computer: "{241}{}{Cross-reference the GECK shipment information.}"
    "{244}{}{Due to a shipping error, it appears Vault 8 received a box of surplus water chips intended for another Vault. The other Vault most likely received Vault 8's second GECK.}"
    (VICENCOM.MSG)
  8. RPG Codex interview with Leonard Boyarsky
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