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Fallout 76 – How To Power The Fusion Core Processor Guide

Fallout 76 - How To Power The Fusion Core Processor Guide
Need help with the Poseidon Energy Plant Yard Fusion Core objective? This Fallout 76 – How To Power The Fusion Core Processor Guide will tell you how to provide enough power to the Fusion Core Processor to complete the objective and have the processor supply you with regular Fusion Cores.

This is one of the special objectives you receive when you take control of the Workshop at the Energy Plant Yard. You will be told you need to power the Fusion Core Processor. You can find the processor outside one of the doors, very close to the actual Workshop bench at the plant.

Where Is The Fusion Core Processor

Fallout 76 – How To Power The Fusion Core Processor Guide

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Here you will see my setup. I have 10 Large Generators, each of which provides 10 units of power. It is possible with smaller generators, you just have to make more. You do get a small 20 power boost from the plant itself, if it is repaired during the power plant event. This event also has a chance of rewarding you with the Large Generator Blueprint as a reward.

Once you have your 10x Large Generators down, or 20x the 5 power generators, you need to link them up. Return to the Workshop bench and enter the build phase. From there, highlight your generators. Here you will have an option to Attach Wire.

Here you will have an option to Attach Wire

Attach each of the generators together and then to the Fusion Core Processor. This will provide it with enough power and start churning out Fusion Cores. Need any additional help, post a comment below.

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