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How To Increase FPS In Minecraft 1.19

June 16, 2022

Do you want to experience smooth gameplay in Minecraft after the 1.19 update? Well, all you have to do is play the game at high FPS. But, are you confused and looking for ways to do that? Worry not, as we have the right and easiest steps for you to achieve the best gaming experience as this article tells you exactly how to increase FPS in Minecraft 1.19.

FPS or Frames Per Second is the rate at which single pictures appear on the screen. The games which have a high FPS will undoubtedly give you a smoother, more responsive gaming experience. Similarly in Minecraft, a lot of players use shaders to enhance the in-game environment and those shaders require a powerful rig to avoid lag.

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There are a bunch of in-game settings that require you to do some tweaks to bring the best out of your rig. Simply, follow the tips and tricks below that will help you increase the FPS in Minecraft without hassle.

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Best ways to increase FPS in Minecraft 1.19

  1. Using Minecraft Mods

If you don’t want to tweak the settings of the game, you can head to download a Minecraft mod such as Optfine from the internet for free. These are recognised and safe modding applications that let you modify the existing settings of the game with few clicks. 

  1. By changing the General Settings

The general graphics doesn’t involve any complicated terms or values. If you’re running a low-end PC, simply change the Graphics Settings to Fast. That’s all to it, this optimises the graphics and provides a well-balanced gaming experience.

  1. By reducing the render and simulation distance

The rendering usually creates the lag and players can see a significant drop in the FPS which makes the game choppy. All you can do is reduce render and simulation distance to 10 and 8 respectively and try the game. If it still lags, you can always head to the settings and keep changing the values until the lag stops. 

  1. By reducing the Biome Blend

Although reducing the Biome Blend will heavily affect the Minecraft geography which includes the greenery, hills and water, this will significantly boost the FPS. We recommend using some of the best shaders and then reducing the Blend.

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