Some players assume that a game with simple and basic graphics like Minecraft would be easy to run on any computer, even the ones with low-end specifications. However, while Minecraft’s graphics are not very demanding, the sheer size of the game and the fact that it renders an entire world for you, makes it a moderately resource-heavy game.
But that does not mean there aren’t any tricks that you can apply to optimize the FPS rate and performance of the game. With just a few tweaks to the in-game settings, you can run Minecraft pretty smoothly on even a low-end PC. Of course, this does mean that you might have to sacrifice on cleaner graphics.
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Best Minecraft PC settings for optimum performance
The easiest way to get the best FPS rate while you play Minecraft is by making a few simple changes to the graphics in the settings menu. These are the recommended settings that you can try in order to make your game much faster.
Resolution: 1920×[email protected] (24 bit)
- Biome Blend: OFF (Fastest)
- Graphics: Fast
- Render distance: 2 chunks (For extremely low-end PCs, can be increased depending on your PC capacity)
- Smooth Lighting: OFF
- Max Framerate: Unlimited
- Use VSync: OFF
- View Bobbing: OFF
- GUI Scale: 3
- Attack Indicator: Crosshair
- Brightness: Bright
- Clouds: OFF
- Fullscreen: ON
- Particles: Minimal
- Mipmap Levels: OFF
- Entity Shadows: OFF