Why Does My Fps Drop In Minecraft Fps Drop When Breaking Blocks

Hi Guys!

I”m hoping I can find some help for a weird problem I am having when playing minecraft recently. I have played this game since 2010 at least, and I have never noticed this problem until this year.

Đang xem: Minecraft fps drop when breaking blocks

Every time I break logs in trees, there is a significant and noticeable FPS drop (or spike, whatever it is called).

Now I have tried almost everything under the sun which includes:

Extra ram allocation (2GB to 4GB)UnderclockingOverclockingIn-Game Video settings at the absolute minimum (Fast, 1 Chunk Render Distance, etc)

Something I”m thinking about trying is cleaning my computer, which I haven”t done in years, so that might be the problem. Speaking of PC, I”m running Minecraft on a Gigabyte Laptop. Here are the specs:

PC Specs:

Gigabyte P34V2

Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4710HQ CPU
2.50GHz, 2501 Mhz, 4 Core(s), 8 Logical Processor(s)

Graphics Card:

Geforce GTX 860M

DirectX 12.0

4 GB Dedicated Ram

12 GB of RAM installed

I also took some pictures of the in-game visual fps to show the spike as I am breaking a log and the spikes of 2 different times I”m breaking a log.

Conclusively, This only has occured when I break logs in trees. Thanks in advance for any help. Would love to have this resolved before playing the new Aquatic Update

I have managed to isolate this lag spike to break logs that are attached to the leaves of a tree. Very interesting. My guess now is that the lighting is updating in a weird way. I hope this gets closer to the problem.

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#2Jul 17, 2018
callofrobloxia569
callofrobloxia569

well, I could help a bit if I new what fps you got before you broke the log, also your minecraft performance will drop no matter what if its using half the located ram, I have 8gb of ram and I set it to 4gb of allocated ram, that way its using half of both rams in my pc (4gbx2 models) then the world only uses about 1950-2000mb of ram and I get 160+fps with stuff set to max in the settings, and I don”t have a powerful pc. and all so how old is that world, is it a new one? or old one? does this happen on all your worlds?

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#3Jul 18, 2018
NicoCanPlay2
NicoCanPlay2

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Awesome! Thanks for your help! So this is a brand new world on the latest pre-release, but this has happened in every one of the worlds I have had so far. I had 60 frames because of vsync. I didn”t quite get the right picture for so I”ll change it.

So I should set the max amount of GB to 4 and set the min amount to 2 GB? (something like that)

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#4Jul 18, 2018
callofrobloxia569
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I would just leave the minimum where it is, but up the max to half of the amount of ram you have, so 6gb of ram would be a huge help to your minecraft”s performance, also the odds of you ever using a full 6gb of ram in minecraft is highly unlikely. but as to the part where the fps drops due to breaking logs, I have no idea what is causing that.

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#5Jul 18, 2018
NicoCanPlay2
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#6Jul 18, 2018
callofrobloxia569
callofrobloxia569

no problem

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#7Jul 19, 2018
NicoCanPlay2
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#8Jul 19, 2018
callofrobloxia569
callofrobloxia569

than again, if you are using 1.13 it is a bit slower, I get fps drops when different blocks are placed but the drop is only about 3-7 fps. I don”t really notice that seeing I get about 100-120fps on average, maybe it is just your pc, I don”t know.

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#9Jul 19, 2018
NicoCanPlay2
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#11Jul 19, 2018
TheMasterCaver
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#12Jul 19, 2018
callofrobloxia569
callofrobloxia569

well, if that is true my pc is a unique one, it has a much better fps when I allocate up the full 8gb than the default 1gb, by about 100 extra fps, if I keep it at the 1gb it starts the world up faster but lags out quicker, than crashes. I keep it at the 4gb (half point) and I get close to an extra 60-70 fps, so in total about 120-130fps (render distance set 16+). and I tried the 1.13 and I get the lag spike when I break a log block too, but only about 7-12 fps drop, I don”t know what causes it.

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#13Jul 19, 2018
NicoCanPlay2
NicoCanPlay2

Very interesting conversation here. My PC isn”t using more than 2 GB so I”ll scale down again. Either way it hasn”t had any affect on the breaking or placing of the blocks. But thanks for the tips and tricks guys!

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