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Can this computer run Minecraft at 80+ FPS?

Can this desktop run minecraft at 80+ FPS? I got one but it isnt too good. just tell me if it can like on a multiplayer server in a game NOT a lobby! :D


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  1. What's with the need for 80+ FPS? What kind of monitor do you have? And what resolution will you be playing at? The on-die GPU will never do 80 FPS at 1080p.
  2. Why would you but a PC that can barely run only 1 specific game?

    In a few weeks/months you'll get bored with the game and will be bashing your head against the wall for not being able to play anything else.

    Buy a computer that gives you at least some future proof.
  3. So basically the anwser is No. How about the 11in Mac book air for 1k? USD? and if no is it tbetter than the original one?
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    Try looking around for a 1000$ gaming build on the forums. It will out throw the mac right out of the water. Also if you want 80+ fps just bang together an i3 with a 660ti and 6-8 gigs of ram and your golden
  5. MinecraftGamer101 said:
    So basically the anwser is No. How about the 11in Mac book air for 1k? USD? and if no is it tbetter than the original one?


    My current build runs minecraft with 200+ FPS max render distance.
    http://pcpartpicker.com/b/P2s
  6. If all you want to do is play minecraft:
    i5- 4670
    8Gb RAM of your liking
    A GeForce 750ti
    a 600W PSU

    this will even play Minecraft With SEUS, though not sure about 60+fps with them
  7. EvilNarcotics said:
    If all you want to do is play minecraft:
    i5- 4670
    8Gb RAM of your liking
    A GeForce 750ti
    a 600W PSU

    this will even play Minecraft With SEUS, though not sure about 60+fps with them


    I'd go for a fx 6300 six cores and it gets in the 400 fps range max settings with optifine. 60-100 with shaders
  8. Shihanshu said:
    EvilNarcotics said:
    If all you want to do is play minecraft:
    i5- 4670
    8Gb RAM of your liking
    A GeForce 750ti
    a 600W PSU

    this will even play Minecraft With SEUS, though not sure about 60+fps with them


    I'd go for a fx 6300 six cores and it gets in the 400 fps range max settings with optifine. 60-100 with shaders


    No. Minecraft only uses 1 CPU core. The other 5 would be wasted and totally unused. The i5 will be far faster.
  9. Rationale said:
    Shihanshu said:
    EvilNarcotics said:
    If all you want to do is play minecraft:
    i5- 4670
    8Gb RAM of your liking
    A GeForce 750ti
    a 600W PSU

    this will even play Minecraft With SEUS, though not sure about 60+fps with them


    I'd go for a fx 6300 six cores and it gets in the 400 fps range max settings with optifine. 60-100 with shaders


    No. Minecraft only uses 1 CPU core. The other 5 would be wasted and totally unused. The i5 will be far faster.


    Like I said above, IF YOU USE OPTIFINE which can use more than one core its not quite as fast as the i5 but half the price.
  10. Shihanshu said:
    Rationale said:
    Shihanshu said:
    EvilNarcotics said:
    If all you want to do is play minecraft:
    i5- 4670
    8Gb RAM of your liking
    A GeForce 750ti
    a 600W PSU

    this will even play Minecraft With SEUS, though not sure about 60+fps with them


    I'd go for a fx 6300 six cores and it gets in the 400 fps range max settings with optifine. 60-100 with shaders


    No. Minecraft only uses 1 CPU core. The other 5 would be wasted and totally unused. The i5 will be far faster.


    Like I said above, IF YOU USE OPTIFINE which can use more than one core its not quite as fast as the i5 but half the price.


    It's also on a dead-end socket with no upgrade path.
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