I play a lot of survival with mods that are mainly only adjustments, and dont really add anything major, maybe one thing like the backpack mod. I also use optifine which gives me access to shaders which sometimes i use when i finish a build to take screenshots or just to add something to my game.
I have given 4gb of ram to minecraft and with the mods i have (according to the launcher) they only use around 2-3 but i still prefer to use shaders with no higher than a 'medium' option just so i dont overload it and i dont like using it and having it lag whenever i move.
I was just wondering if anyone has any good shaders, i do like how KUDA-shaders looks but sometimes it can be a bit slow, not necessarily laggy, but i feel like the sensitivity is down a lot more with this one.
if anyone knows any shaderpacks like that one or any that arent slow and are good to play survival with please let me know.
ANY minecraft shaderpack will kill, crush, and destroy your fps. If you really love shaders you have to either get used to the lower fps or get a better pc. However the ones I've found that make the least impact (probably because they change the vanilla shadows the least) are -
Oh no its not that, i can play the game perfectly fine and it doesnt really effect it that much just a little bit less than normal even with 30-40 mods installed, my pc is fine (1 terabyte of space, 64 bit) , i was just wondering if there were ones that didnt effect it as much thats all, i just prefer not to use shaders that are higher than normal so i dont overload my computer that has other stuff installed on it (its a family computer) and i just dont want anything to mess up on it as i has happened before and i am slightly used to crashes and lag before i knew how to add ram to my game but now that i do i have no issues.
I'm not sure what you mean by "not effect" if you don't mean framerate...you'll have to get more specific. Like I said, any shaderpack will significantly lower framerate so if your fps is fine idk what you mean sorry. I do know the ones that ''least effect" performance are those which add the least shadows and water reflections; and I'm someone who usually always plays with shaders, so I'm fairly knowledgeable about them.