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March 18, 2014 10:44:38 AM

How much FPS do you guys/gals estimate should I get in minecraft with this processor?

http://www.amazon.com/AMD-FD6300WMHKBOX-FX-6300-Process...

Also with the GPU: AMD Radeon 7770 Series.

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March 18, 2014 10:49:54 AM

um... lots?
Using a gtx 580 and 3.3ghz intel cpu i get 300+

Thats with no mods. If you have mods, then it will depend on which ones.
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March 18, 2014 11:01:13 AM

kittle said:
um... lots?
Using a gtx 580 and 3.3ghz intel cpu i get 300+

Thats with no mods. If you have mods, then it will depend on which ones.


True, though Minecraft only uses 1 core (2 with optifine) so peformance/core is more important, so in fact you are getting more fps than a fx-6300 ever could achieve, unless overclocked of course.
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March 20, 2014 6:23:31 PM

You can edit how much cores minecraft uses ;)  and I am going to be over clocking it.
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March 20, 2014 9:28:14 PM

Frulith said:
You can edit how much cores minecraft uses ;)  and I am going to be over clocking it.


How can you edit that? No seriously how? I'd love to know :D 
You see, games are coded to use a certain amount of threads/core and changing that would mean some heavy modding.
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March 20, 2014 10:03:48 PM

Kittle you would have to be telling a lie my CPU is 4.4Ghz(OC'd) and a four core and i get around 120 and i don't think the graphics card would matter due to it being minecraft.
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March 22, 2014 12:35:56 PM

Mini bow said:
Kittle you would have to be telling a lie my CPU is 4.4Ghz(OC'd) and a four core and i get around 120 and i don't think the graphics card would matter due to it being minecraft.


It doesn't matter that you have a 4.4GH'z(OC'd) you must be destroying the cpu, also it doesn't matter how much GH'z it matters how efficient the cores are.
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March 22, 2014 12:37:24 PM

Eduello said:
Frulith said:
You can edit how much cores minecraft uses ;)  and I am going to be over clocking it.


How can you edit that? No seriously how? I'd love to know :D 
You see, games are coded to use a certain amount of threads/core and changing that would mean some heavy modding.


You open task manager and go under processes while minecraft is open you then right click on java under processes and click "Set Affinity" you then check mark all of the cores.

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March 22, 2014 12:41:52 PM

@Mini bow I get 200-450 with an i5-4670K and a 650 Ti with a 128x resource pack.

@OP The FX-6300 will be great. I've heard good things about the 7770 with Minecraft but don't own one so I can't say much about it, but I do know with an i3-4340 and 6670 I was able to hit 110 FPS. In general Intel CPUs are better for Minecraft but if you're on a tight budget the FX-6300 is great.
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March 23, 2014 8:52:24 AM

Frulith said:
Eduello said:
Frulith said:
You can edit how much cores minecraft uses ;)  and I am going to be over clocking it.


How can you edit that? No seriously how? I'd love to know :D 
You see, games are coded to use a certain amount of threads/core and changing that would mean some heavy modding.


You open task manager and go under processes while minecraft is open you then right click on java under processes and click "Set Affinity" you then check mark all of the cores.



That won't make it use all of your cores, it simply allows any one of them to run it, but not simultaneously. For example, if you wanted Minecraft to always run on core number 1, you could check 1 and only that core would be able to execute it.

I suggest you watch this video before telling people something that's not true:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wnS50lJicXc
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March 24, 2014 2:29:20 PM

Mini bow said:
Kittle you would have to be telling a lie my CPU is 4.4Ghz(OC'd) and a four core and i get around 120 and i don't think the graphics card would matter due to it being minecraft.


Which CPU do you have? I have an old Intel i7 980x at stock speeds of 3.3ghz (6 cores - but # of cores matter that much). Id post a screenshot, but im at work right now.
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March 24, 2014 3:05:10 PM

Eduello said:
Frulith said:
You can edit how much cores minecraft uses ;)  and I am going to be over clocking it.


How can you edit that? No seriously how? I'd love to know :D 
You see, games are coded to use a certain amount of threads/core and changing that would mean some heavy modding.


Go to task manager right click on the program and select CPU Affinity. Check which threads you want ti to use.


Oops sorry some one beat me to it. ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
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March 24, 2014 3:25:08 PM

JimF_35 said:
Eduello said:
Frulith said:
You can edit how much cores minecraft uses ;)  and I am going to be over clocking it.


How can you edit that? No seriously how? I'd love to know :D 
You see, games are coded to use a certain amount of threads/core and changing that would mean some heavy modding.


Go to task manager right click on the program and select CPU Affinity. Check which threads you want ti to use.


Oops sorry some one beat me to it. ^ ^ ^ ^ ^


Watch the video from my previous comment...
Multi- and single-threaded programs just don't work that way...
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March 24, 2014 3:42:54 PM

Eduello said:

Watch the video from my previous comment...
Multi- and single-threaded programs just don't work that way...


True you can't force a program that is designed to use only one thread to multi-thread without redesigning the source code.
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March 24, 2014 3:46:29 PM

JimF_35 said:
Eduello said:

Watch the video from my previous comment...
Multi- and single-threaded programs just don't work that way...


True you can't force a program that is designed to use only one thread to multi-thread without redesigning the source code.


Exactly :D 
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