i seriously doubt the 1000FPS things. you could only get that with like a $2000 custom built computer. and even then you'd only get like... 700. and especially that 3500 FPS. that's kind of impossible... but anyway, back on topic.
I usually get around 60 frames with max settings. with 100 on max in 1.3.2. BLOW UP ALL TEH VILLAGES!!!
exactly. iv'e never seen a computer that can run MC with 1000 frames. even the best minecraft youtubers don't run it that high. probably 100 at most.
You two obviously don't know much about computers and what minecraft needs in general people don't need to spend tons of money for over 1000fps it's quite simple just have a good processor and quite a bit of ram, and you tubers who don't have over 1000fps while they play they either get 60fps or 120fps because then don't want there fps going mad or they have vsync on so it won't damage the minister in any way but most youtubers max it out with there recording software around 60 or 120fps so it looks good.
for 1000fps you would have to invest quite a lot of money into good components. "A bit of RAM" and a "good" processor won't cut it. Also youtubers have it at 60fps because that's the highest youtube accepts
3500 frames per second should be in (if not nearing) slow-motion.
Uhh what? You know how high-speed cameras work, right? They capture video at say 3500 FPS, and you play it back at 24/30/60 FPS. That causes the video to be played back, if my maths is correct, ~116.66x slower than it was captured at, if you play it back at 30 FPS.
Playing a game at 3500 FPS means you're "playing it back" at 3500 FPS; there isn't any slowing.