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Good Pc, Bad Minecraft FPS

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I re-installed minecraft for the first time in ages after I upgraded from a gtx 670 to a 2070 super. However, the game averages around 30-40 fps when I remembered it used to get +100 fps. I have reinstalled the game, windows, java and have tried optifine and windowed mode all to no success. Cpu usage rarely goes over 60% - i7-3770k @3.5ghz and ram isnt an issue as I have 32gb DDR3. This is the only game that is struggling in terms of fps. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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Did you reinstall/install drivers correctly?


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has anything changed when using different framerate caps?


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Posted · Original PosterOP

All my drivers are up to date and nothing changes when I apply frame rate caps

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 hours ago, delete_me0 said:

check your disk speeds

Its loaded onto an ssd

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go into controll pannel, assuming windows os, and swap the game to the gpu. set to integrated by default.


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