Most FPS in Minecraft EVER (Record)

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Level 53 : Grandmaster Programmer

Yes, I achieved the most FPS in Minecraft most likely. You can follow my steps to get extremely high fps also.
Here is a screenshot. BKWjvkvpng
How to do it:
Turn all your settings on the worst possible. Short - Smooth Lighting Off - Particles Minimum - etc. This includes sound and music off! Next, look up into the sky. Press F3, then F1. After about 10 seconds, press F1, and you should have a very high amount of FPS before it updates again.
Not as high as I have? Not even close? Well, first you need to change your Java.exe to realtime priority. Just look it up. Make sure to save all programs on your computer. It might crash! It took me 3 tries before it didn't crash. Once you've gotten that done, close all programs. Then. you need to kill all processes of most programs. You can do this by getting OpenedFilesView. After that, open up Minecraft. Yeah, the front page might have a good 20000 FPS (you can see this in the fraps fps meter). Now open up a world and do the same thing. You should have around the same amount that I have, if you have a gaming PC.

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Level 1
New Miner
June 1, 2014, 12:00 am

without doing all your things but reducing the mnecraft window and set the priority to high i obtain 750 fps ( i also turn down all the settings). I didn't do the other things because i can't "computering"

Level 39
Artisan Nether Knight
July 12, 2013, 1:50 pm

Just saying, your computer can only display up to 110 FPS at a time....

Level 53
Grandmaster Programmer
July 12, 2013, 2:31 pm


Level 39
Artisan Nether Knight
July 12, 2013, 2:34 pm


read that blog, it explains everything.

Level 53
Grandmaster Programmer
July 12, 2013, 3:14 pm

Yes, but truthfully the strength of the statistics is that high

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Level 65
High Grandmaster Ghast Rider
July 14, 2013, 3:16 pm

It doesn't matter what your Minecraft says, your monitor can only display its refresh rate. So, most likely, you're only seeing 60 FPS.

Level 53
Grandmaster Programmer
January 24, 2014, 11:17 am

But when your filming at 5000 fps you can get uber slowmotion.

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