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Minecraft - MSI GeForce GTX 660 Ti PE - Gameplay

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Published on Sep 16, 2012

Playing Minecraft maxed out at 1080p with Sonic's Unbelievable Shaders.

35 to 43FPS with Fraps and Adaptive V Sync On
40 to 51 FPS without Fraps and Adaptive V Sync On
40 to 51 FPS without Adaptive V Sync On

COMPUTER SPECS:
CPU: Intel Core i7-2600 (3.4Ghz)
RAM: 10GB DDR3-1333MHz
GPU: 2GB DDR5 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 Ti
HDD: 2TB 7200 rpm
PSU: 600 watt

Fraps is the reason for the lag and black screening in some parts of the videos.

Comments • 183

yopocho
Dude, if you change balanced fps to max fps you will get a lot more fps
Endles
Ha! Got myself em` shaders and without vsync etc. I get over 100fps with this card :)
Szczypior
wtf low FPS
joey28812
lol shaders i can definitly use but recording sucks for me shaders =300 fps non shaded=300 to 500 fps recording=60 fps  machintosh  os x 10.9
Tom Seymour
get a better CPU... maybe invest in a dual core or a quad core, that's when you get your FPS as high as 300
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Tobuscus Derpinson
Thats cuz of your crap computer i have 8 and max minecraft 120 fps all day
Turtle Gaming
no, i tried with 8 and you cant even go on shaders with tiny and it lags insanely, i recommend 10 or 12 gb of ram
Hampus Hernqvist
Play with max fps instead of balanced for more fps :)
ThatGamingChannel
I am to.
Brandon Cole
plus its still too laggy like that and also this game is coded in java so the performance isn't really gpu its held back by cpu for most part.
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