How well would it run Minecraft?

Processor Intel® Core™ i5-3450
Memory 6 GB
Hard Disk 1 TB SATA 3G
Comunications LAN Ethernet Gigabit 10/100/1000 Integrated, LAN Wireless 802.11b/g/n
Graphic Card AMD Radeon HD 7450 (1 GB dedicated)
Drive DVD Gravador de DVD SATA
Windows®7 Home Premium 64 Bits
Software Microsoft® Office Starter
Audio System Console Beats Audio™; Áudio HD 7.1

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  1. Note: I play it in Full Window(Maximized)
  2. Minecraft is abysmally programmed so it's anyone's guess what frames you'll get. It's graphics are so poor you should be hitting 150 fps without a sweat, but that won't be the case.
  3. The frame-rates in minecraft can vary horrendously, but except that in the most demanding scenarios that you would normally come across, such as a nice view into a giant ravine to hit a minimum of 45FPS.

    In other situations expect about 70-120fps to be common. Your gaming experience will be more than adequate with that setup.
  4. Thanks :)
  5. Also please say why you voted or it won't be taken into consideration.
  6. You will probably get a pretty high framerate most of the time but it will randomly drop to very low framerates for no apparent reason, it happens to everyone and it's just the way the game is...
  7. Just be sure to get optifine.
  8. Also would it run Skyrim if I set it at min. resolution?
  9. Probably not.
  10. I'll test it out when I get it :3
  11. In Youtube the Radeon 7450 does the job if 'overlocked', whats that?
  12. Eitherway if in the future I'm able to do so, I'll change the graphics card.
  13. Psergiop2 said:
    In Youtube the Radeon 7450 does the job if 'overlocked', whats that?

    Google is your friend. I wouldn't recommend it until you know a lot more about it.
  14. You'll definitely get over 80 FPS, easy. The i5 alone with Intel HD Graphics and sometimes get that much. Just install Optifine and pretty much any hardware can perform well with Minecraft. Since you have a dedicated GPU, you shouldn't have any problems. In response to Skyrim, I bet you could play on Minimum settings. You might be able to play on Medium, but I don't have much experience with that particular GPU. I can play most modern games at 40 or so FPS on Low and 30 on Medium (Skyrim, etc.) with a 7350 an AMD FX. In Minecraft I get about 100 FPS on normal settings and 50-60 FPS stable at max settings on a 1080p monitor. You should be fine! :)
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