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Minecraft on a GTX 1060

1 emerald 6 replies 226 views | started 10/11/2017 5:31 pm by notjaq
I recently bought an MSI laptop with a GTX 1060 in it, and I can run every game on max graphics perfectly fine, but Minecraft.
Lately I've just dealt with it, but I've seen people with a GTX 970 run Minecraft better, with shaders and settings maxed out and everything, and now it's kinda annoying.
My question is, is there anything I can do to make it run better? I get probably around 150 FPS and I'm almost certain my computer can do way, way better.
And yes, I've tried OptiFine.
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notjaq
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10/30/2017 12:34 pm
Level 38 Artisan Robot
TheDoctorLink
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Weird, I have a GT 730 and usually Minecraft is at around 120 FPS even though it's not very powerful, so maybe try allocating more RAM to Minecraft ?
Also check your max framerate setting, that could be what's causing the issue.
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10/12/2017 10:36 am
Level 11 Journeyman Engineer
Kequo
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Funny. I use a MacBook Pro, with custom parts and I still pump out around a few hundred frames on max visual settings. What CPU are you running on?
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10/12/2017 7:58 am
Level 15 Journeyman Princess
star_weaver
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a good question to ask is what cpu u got
and what power settings u got windows on
and what texture/resource pack u running
and render distance
and nvidia driver settings
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10/11/2017 10:31 pm
Level 1 New Network
RelishedGamerMC
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150 FPS
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10/11/2017 6:13 pm
Level 12 Journeyman Architect
DMGames
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I have a GTX 1060 on my PC and it runs great, even with shaders i get about 90 FPS and about 400-500 FPS without shaders, and thats running max with most settings. Maybe check your processor speed but 150 FPS should be running pretty smooth.
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10/11/2017 6:02 pm
Level 1 New Miner
TheDerpyBlobfish
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150 FPS is better than me and I have a GTX 1070. I usually have about 70 FPS. It doesn't matter too much about FPS as long as minecraft runs smoothly.

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