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Minecraft Java Not Running Optimally

I recently bought this ASUS Zephyrus G15 with the 3070 and overall it's a great laptop for both gaming and school however the performance seems to not be up to spec for the hardware I'm using. Playing Minecraft at 1440p I'm getting maybe 30 frames per second at max settings. I could be wrong, but that performance is not exactly what I expect from such high level hardware. Looking at task manager I can see that the cpu and gpu are both running at about 30-40 percent which is odd to me; why isn't the usage increasing if the game is running so poorly? If anybody has any tips or tricks, or is even experiencing the same issue any response is appreciated, thank you.

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Sounds like it is trying to use the igpu instead of the dGPU. Could try this. or try messing in NVIDIA control panel settings to make the dGPU the default. either way, you should download Geforce Experience and install the latest drivers for it.

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Minecraft Java is just runs badly in general, and you'll need to turn down the render distance to something like 12 to get it running at a reasonable framerate. It's always CPU bound on a single core, which is why it isn't stressing your GPU very hard.

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4 minutes ago, mr fobs said:

Sounds like it is trying to use the igpu instead of the dGPU. Could try this. or try messing in NVIDIA control panel settings to make the dGPU the default. either way, you should download Geforce Experience and install the latest drivers for it.

 

7 minutes ago, AndrewHasAName said:

I recently bought this ASUS Zephyrus G15 with the 3070 and overall it's a great laptop for both gaming and school however the performance seems to not be up to spec for the hardware I'm using. Playing Minecraft at 1440p I'm getting maybe 30 frames per second at max settings. I could be wrong, but that performance is not exactly what I expect from such high level hardware. Looking at task manager I can see that the cpu and gpu are both running at about 30-40 percent which is odd to me; why isn't the usage increasing if the game is running so poorly? If anybody has any tips or tricks, or is even experiencing the same issue any response is appreciated, thank you.

I would also recommend running optifine if you aren't already. Vanilla java tends to run poorly despite the hardware you throw at it. Optifine is my go to any time Minecraft runs poorly.

 

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I reccomend using lunar client as well as doing what @mr fobssaid to do. 

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Try using the Sodium mod. It makes tons of under the hood optimizations and uses a newer version of OpenGL. You'll need to also install the Fabric mod API to load Sodium. 

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