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does minecraft not like maxwell gpus?

DominicNikon

i cant seem to get over 100 fps most of the time 50 fps with my new 980 and with my 760 i got 600+ fps sometimes over 1000, is minecraft/java not optimised for Maxwell gpus? im using optifine to 

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Same with me, 150fps max on my r9 390x. My friends 750 gets over 400 all the time.

I guess minecraft just hate new cards.

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Same with me, 150fps max on my r9 390x. My friends 750 gets over 400 all the time.

I guess minecraft just hate new cards.

will they fix it?

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doing just fine with 300+ fps on 4k w/ a Fury X/390 >.> 

Then again, i'm also running a large modpack, and optifine.

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It's just too powerful.

Too much FPS, had to nerf it to make it more cinematic.

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It's just too powerful.

how would a gpu be too power full to run a game that on board graphics can do?

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i cant seem to get over 100 fps most of the time 50 fps with my new 980 and with my 760 i got 600+ fps sometimes over 1000, is minecraft/java not optimised for Maxwell gpus? im using optifine to 

Are you using 64 bit Java? That's the only thing I can think of.

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Make sure you go into your java setting and allow minecraft to use ALOT of memory, i have my java settings allowing minecraft to use 12gb of ram out of the 16gb i have... ive seen it use over 7 gb before

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You have to make the GPU clock up with texture packs or mods. 

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280FPS GTX 580.

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Make sure you go into your java setting and allow minecraft to use ALOT of memory, i have my java settings allowing minecraft to use 12gb of ram out of the 16gb i have... ive seen it use over 7 gb before

no difference in fps with 10gb from 5gb

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You have to make the GPU clock up with texture packs or mods. 

i have a hd texture pack and shaders mod

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i have a hd texture pack and shaders mod

 

Whatever you have to do to make your GPU clock up, because minecraft won't.

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You guys are running 64 bit java right?

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Whatever you have to do to make your GPU clock up, because minecraft won't.

do a stress test when playing minecraft?

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Minecraft loves CPUs though

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Too much FPS, had to nerf it to make it more cinematic.

r9 270x 4GB gets around 600FPs aswell lol

(OC'd to the max of course)

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how would a gpu be too power full to run a game that on board graphics can do?

I was joking.

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The problem is the GPU idles and it causes a performance reduction. What you need to do is in the Nvidia control panel is change it to maximise performance for minecraft and it'll fix the FPS. You can also force the GPU to run by using shaders if you like, you have the spare capacity and it'll oddly enough improve the frame rate.

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ahhhhh, it's gone down agian. ffs...

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