Experimenting with 1024x1024 texture packs


A nice bizaar graphical glitch before I patched minecraft.

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I originally thought, "Why don't texture pack makers create 1024x texture packs?" So I re-sized a current texture pack I use to 16384x16384, and then attempted to launch minecraft. Ran out of memory. Retried with 10gb's allocated, same error, and finally, when I allocated 14gb's of ram, did minecraft launch.

After turning all of the graphic settings down to the lowest setting, I created a new world. Like a slide show (No more than 5FPS) did the game render, however, the realism was amazing. Unfortunately, I could not take any screenshots, otherwise, I would have posted them here.

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Level 20
Expert Nerd
February 1, 2013, 3:28 pm


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New Miner
May 20, 2012, 10:47 am

I want to see a 2976x2976 texture, my friend claimed she made one once. That's better higher res than real life...

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New Miner
April 2, 2012, 11:28 pm

Guys, Imagine allocating a terrabite just for minecraft, WOW

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New Miner
December 13, 2011, 11:36 am

NASA has much better computers than PCs with 14gb of ram :P

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Journeyman Engineer
December 13, 2011, 4:14 am

Try 528x528

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Master Geek
December 13, 2011, 3:36 am

It will be a burden to run Minecraft with a 1024x1024 texture pack without atleast 4 GB RAM. So those who have less than that can't use a 1024x1024 texture pack.

How did you get 14GB of RAM ??? I never heard a computer having that much ram to run Minecraft except for server computers.

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Expert Nerd
February 1, 2013, 3:30 pm

Custom computer or gaming computer? It's possible. Look at the US government, not to mention the crap they have in japan. 1 small flash drive, smaller than your thumb, holds more storage data tham my entire xbox.

Level 22
Expert Robot
December 13, 2011, 2:35 pm

My computer has 16gb's of RAM. You can allocate more to minecraft with a command line.

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Legendary Boss
December 13, 2011, 2:32 am

14gb of ram?

Nasa called, they need their computer back

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Artisan Architect
June 14, 2012, 1:43 pm

nasa's computers have a range of 50-100 gbs of ram to a terabyte of ram

the worlds biggest pc in america somewear has 16 petabytes which is the next byte above a terra and they have a few terrabytes of ram the new world record the city in texas cant remember the name oh is making a 110-140 petabyte cant remember wht it is somewear in tht range

super computer with alittle under or over 100 terrabytes worth of ram and almost a thousend processors or somethen

but with that you could go beyond 512 to this guys 1024 to the next 2048-2048 dam dam forget tht even forget 4096 you could probly reach 8129-8129 texture pack on the other pc let alone the new world record one there making it could probly double again and make a 16384-16384 texture pack which is probly higher then movie graphics for all these billion doller blockbusters and shit

but hey if they got tht big of a pc why would they waste there time useing it on a game but it would be cool lol it would be realer then life

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