[Hardware] How much fps will my computer get playing vanilla minecraft?

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  1. Anthonardo

    Anthonardo New Member

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    I am about to get the IBUYPOWER Revolt with an intel 3rd generation core i3 processor and 16gb ram. It has a GeForce gt 630 graphics card with 2gb's dedicated memory. How much fps will I get playing vanilla minecraft?
     
  2. CB

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    Depends on what else is running. However, assuming this is stand alone application, you should be at 60FPS
     
  3. Joe B

    Joe B New Member

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    If you're running only minecraft you should get atleast 60-100.
     
  4. Sterling Walker

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    I'm sure you won't get any fps that is under 65. You have quite a good machine there. You probably can reach speeds of 100 to 120 fps.
     
  5. Mateusimar

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    That's a pretty good machine! You should easily get over 60fps and be able to record your gameplay smoothly :)
     
  6. ezrealgg

    ezrealgg New Member

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    It's more than enough to handle Minecraft at a rate of above 60 fps, but as CB stated it might drop if another program is using a lot of resources in the background.
     

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