Actually it's you who's been redundant and spouting the same, ignoring what's been said and repeating. -.- As for the extras, go rifle around it, it's there and I don't have a copy read. I just remember it.
But it is a 850.
Withstanding does not necessarily translate as in taking something without damage - that was not what I intended to get across. It was for all intents and purposes intact afterwards. Also I did say it could reform from the plasma shot... but not without inherent damage as particulates of its mass would be missing, i.e. melted and destroyed. This is what happened in the testing phase as well I believe, the T-1000 vs TX scenario.
My proof is that the TX's chassis and frame is actually superior to a T-850's and more so with the mimetic polyalloy sheathe it has that reduces incoming damage. An example: The TX withstood a RPG but not without damage. It would survive a plasma shot, even better than a T-1000 or T-850 I'd think.
Again, I don't think you understand where I'm coming from. The debate isn't about the durability differences between the T-X and the T-1000 (you keep repeating this though and I keep trying to show you this isn't the case... who's redundant now?). It's about the durability of the T-1000 in the case of it actually being able to survive a Plasma shot or two from the T-X. We've examples and so - the two instances of a TX crushing a T-1000 and an enhanced T-1000 model due to the TX's plasma weaponry. They aren't noncanon and nothing renders them noncanon as the publishers haven't said so. We know the T-1000 was melted relatively easily by molten steel and the argument of it being able to survive a nuclear detonation is silly given what I had just said - the explosion itself outputs heat to a greater degree than being melted in molten steel. A firestorm from a truck and whatnot exploding does not equate to a nuclear detonation. In fact, the temperatures in these minor explosions wouldn't reach the likes of molten steel or a nuclear explosion. The Fuel Cell detonation is not a simple firestorm but an actual miniature nuclear explosion. I don't understand why it's difficult to grasp this simple fact.
Do some research - I know that the Terminator in T2 indicated he only had a singular fuel cell and that it was sufficient with efficient rationing of its energy reserves to last nigh forever. The T-850 in T3 had a pair. And it's not a glitch, you're blatantly ignoring the fact that outside the films itself, the Terminator has been branded a 850 in comics, toy marketing, videogames. And it's branded as a model 101 850 in the extras itself. Fact is that Arnold was a 850. At this point I'm starting to suspect you're blatantly ignoring this out of favor for the 800 or simply because you will not refuse you're wrong.
...I take it you don't know the definition of shock and impact that would result from the violent impact from the plasma discharge. It didn't damage his chassis, yes. The shock and impact did damage his internal components, hence why the fuel cell was ruptured - it is not as durable as his chassis and his systems went offline from the sheer impact. Also I believe the flesh is also resistant - it also has decent regenerative capabilities. It is burnt slightly as seen when Arnold removes the sheathe to get to the damaged cells inside. The plasma itself doesn't have to directly hit the component itself - the sheer impact and shock did the work. Again, the T-850 has been hardened against Plasma Weaponry (Which is what's thrown around like confetti at a parade in the future, i.e. the plasma rifles and whatnot), which is why it would survive.
Whereas a T-1000, composed of millions if not billions if nanites, would be affected by the plasma discharge and destroyed.
I didn't ignore anything. I believe I asked for proof instead of wiki's that I could go edit for you just to show how accurate they are and how the wiki screwed up on Arnold's Model.
Yes the T-1000 would reform and he would be as good as new just like he was throughout the whole film in T2, He still was just as tall was he was when he arrived through the time machine and he looked just as good as he did. The only thing you have that suggest the Plasma Weaponary will do anything is some non canon cross over that Is trash. Based on the OP we are using movie feats based on the scans. The T-X's plasma weaponary is not all that impressive, it didn't even vape a fire truck, it caused an explosion, but that was it. We've seen the T-1000 walk out of plenty of those.
Yes the T-X withstood an RPG with damaging her arm, But do you not realize that a Plasma Canon has a lot more force on it than the RPG does and chance are, with a Plasma Shot, her entire arm probably would of been broke completely. Unlike the T-1000 he just keeps reforming and he's as good as new all over again. So really you can't compare the T-X's durability to the T-1000's.
You know why this is getting redundant? Because you obviously cannot comprehend that a lake of Moltein Steel and a Plasma weaponary is two completely different weapons and the Plasma Canon is no where near as hot, not even 1% close to the heat of moltein steel and the writers of the films saying so are flat out stupid, then they should of made that Plasma weaponary hot enough to take off the T-800's flesh, but they didn't, hell his shit hardly even got burned, if Arnolds flesh would of been completely removed to where he didn't need to ask John for a knife to get his damaged fuel cell out, then you might have me a little more convinced that the Plasma Weaponary is so hot, but it's not... Just no...... It's just as hot as a damn oven. Nothing impressive. Only the force of the weaponary was impressive, but that was all. Now you wanna go on and on about the heat of an explosion when no heat to the T-800's fuel cell explosion was given...... please just shhhhhh........... If the heat was hotter than that of a lake of moltein steel, then it wouldn't explode and cause nothing, but fire. guess what? The T-1000 has been there, done that already. As I said, the T-1000 would just regenerate like he did in the truck and helicopter explosions.
The writers never said anything about Fuel cells in The T2 extended cuts, they didn't even come up with the Fuel Cell idea's until T3, The writers of T3 stated such. You can run your mouth all day about video game this and video game that and ignore the fact that video games = Non Canon.... I have the TERMINATOR 3 Book which is canon and it refers to him as a T-800 and so did the writers in T3, They referred to Arnold as a T-800, so these video games and wiki's where you hear hes a T-850, It's trash and stay away from that stuff.
LMAO What? Now the flesh is resistant to the heat? Considering Johns Pocket knife was able to cut through it? So now you're running out of arguments and you have to make up lies about scenes in movies? Cause you don't wanna admit I am right, the Plasma Canon also didn't do a good Job burning his shirt........ Does that mean the Bikers shirt that the T-800 stole the clothes from is just as durable as the T-800's Amor? Now I am convinced you're nothing more than a troll that knows nothing about THE TERMINATOR and has lack of knowledge on what he's talking about...
I believe that is Nanobots the T-1000 is made of, not Nanites. Also when the T-X's Plasma Canon actually melts the T-800's flesh and his shirt on top of that.. LOL........ Then please let me know, until then, she has nothing and I mean nothing to destroy the T-1000 With..
The T-X was a rip off of the T-1000, I would of sent her back to Skynet and got a damn refund out of her, because she was a piece of junk who lost her legs from being run over =/
T-1000 had his entire body blown to pieces and regenerated all his body parts before.
The T-1000 would *insensitivity* the T-X.......... Hard and good.