I just installed some modpacks via the Twitch application (easy to manage and all). I've been playing without any problems with many modpacks (even with shaders !), with little to no lag. But recently some of the modpacks I installed began to have the infamous lag spike of death (I think it's that ?).
There's no reason for these spikes, and I am constantly over 60 fps. The thing is, when installed the modpack on my normal minecraft install, everything's fine.
Things I've tried so far:
- Updated drivers
- Boost up ram (I can allocate a lot, but the most it used was 3G)
- Java arguments (tried so many)
- Tweaked options (and optifine options)
- BetterFPS mod
- Removing some mods
- Removing the config files
It is really frustrating, considering it is a problem linked with the Twitch minecraft install.
So if any of you have any ideas on why it is doing that, I would really like a hand
@proedle to increase RAM go to the modpack's settings dropdown where you can open the folder and a bunch of other things. Go to profile options, then you will see the RAM setting among Modloader version installed and more. If it has a default setting checkbox untick it and change the RAM to whatever you want just make sure to not use up too much if your system can't handle it.
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I had the same problem and I found the information on this thread useful but for some reason I physically cant switch from the Jar launcher. I would click the native launcher and the bubble would be highlighted, then I would leave the mods tab and it would reset back to the jar launcher. I think this may be a problem with my version setting as the only option is 126.96.36.199 (64 bit) and I can't change it from that. Any suggestions on how to fix this?