For an awesome experience in Minecraft and psychological satisfaction, we all want to hit that sweet 1000 fps number in Minecraft. If you are one of those people too, then you are in luck today as you have stumbled upon this guide in which we are going to tell you the exact method on how to achieve 1000 fps in Minecraft.
For this purpose we are going to focus on three areas i.e. optimizing your in-game settings, optimizing your pc and the last but not the least, your hardware settings. Now lets move on to details so that you can enjoy playing Minecraft with 1000+ fps.
How to boost your fps in Minecraft to 1000+
There are a few things you can do to try and increase your fps in Minecraft to that 1000 fps number:
- Check if you have any other programs running in the background that may be hogging resources and close them if possible.
- Adjust your video settings. Lowering render distance, turning off particles and lowering your graphics quality can help increase performance.
- If you’re on Windows, try running Minecraft in compatibility mode for an older version of the operating system.
- Update your drivers! Outdated drivers can often cause performance issues.
- Allocate more RAM to Minecraft. This can be done by opening the Minecraft launcher and going to the “Installations” tab. Then, click on the “Advanced Options” button for the version of Minecraft you want to play. Finally, increase the amount of RAM that is allocated.
- Try setting the render distance to a lower value. This can be done in the game’s video settings.
- Ensure that you are running the latest version of Java
- Now lets optimize the in-game settings.
In-game video settings for 1000 fps in Minecraft:
- Set View Distance to 12 or lower
- Set Graphics to Fast
- Turn off Particles
- Turn off VSync
If you have Nvidia graphics card then follow the following instructions for 1000 fps in Minecraft.
Nvidia Control Panel Settings for 1000 fps in Minecraft:
* Go to 3D Settings>Manage 3D Settings. Select the Program Settings tab and find Minecraft. If it is not listed, add it by clicking the Add button.
- Set Preferred Graphics Processor to High-performance NVIDIA processor
- In the Advanced Settings tab, set Anisotropic Filtering to Application-Controlled
- Set Antialiasing – FXAA to Off
- Set Antialiasing – Gamma Correction to On
- Set Antialiasing Mode to Application-Controlled
- Set Antialiasing Setting to 1x
- Set Antialiasing – Transparency to Off
- Set Memory Restriction to Off
- Set Multi-display/mixed GPU acceleration to Single display performance mode
- Set Power Management Mode to Prefer Maximum Performance
- Set Shader Cache to On
- Set Texture Filtering – Anisotropic Sample Optimization to Off
- Set Texture Filtering – Negative LOD Bias to Allow
- Set Texture Filtering – Quality to High quality
- Set Texture Filtering – Trilinear Optimization to On
- Set Threaded Optimization to Off
- Set Triple Buffering to Off
- Set Vertical Sync to Use the 3D application setting
- Set Virtual Reality Pre-rendered Frames to 1
- Click Apply at the bottom right of the window.
- Restart Minecraft and enjoy the 1000fps!
Now if you’ve got the AMD graphics card then follow the settings below for the 1000 fps.
AMD Radeon settings for 1000 fps in Minecraft
- Open the AMD Radeon Settings by right-clicking on your desktop and selecting “AMD Radeon Settings” from the menu.
- Select “Gaming” from the sidebar on the left, then click on “Global Settings”.
- Scroll down to the bottom of the page and find the “Minecraft” entry under the “Supported Games” section.
- Select the “Minecraft” entry and click on the “Advanced Settings” button.
- Make sure that the “Anti-aliasing Mode” is set to “Override application settings” and the “Anti-aliasing Level” is set to “2x Multi-sampling”.
- Click on the “Apply” button to save your changes.
You should now have better performance in Minecraft with these AMD Radeon settings. If you have any further questions or concerns, feel free to ask in the comment section below.
Hopefully one or more of these tips will help you get closer to that magical 1000 fps number in Minecraft!