Hello there. I hate to make an account just for a problem, I'll more then likely be back since I do play Minecraft on a switch + the pc (If I can ever get this to work) - I have a problem running Minecraft at steady fps or rather steadily at all. It jumps, almost like its choppy, and it was at one point running steady but then chopped shortly after it was running steady - and the domino effect led me to where it is now - 1 - 2 fps.
I need some help getting my potato to a point where it can actually run Minecraft steady. I've tweaked all of the menu settings, even tried allocating more ram in the launcher and it seemed like allocating more ram made it worst, and now it won't even go past 2 fps when I launch into it and a world.
Its weird to me because this pc can run Left 4 Dead 2, Fallout New Vegas, and Stardew Valley at steady frames but not Minecraft? I am asking please and thank you for some light on this matter.
My PC Info:
Windows 10 64 bit
Processor : AMD E-1-1200 APU with radeon hd graphics(2cpus)~1.4GhZ (Also card named AMD radeon Hd 7310 Graphics)
Unfortunately your computer is too old and really doesn't meet Minecraft's system requirements.
New computer time!
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Try to run minecraft at the lowest resolution possibile, full screen (say, 1366x768 o 1024x768 depending on your screen aspect ratio or even lower), lower most of the graphics to minimum and try installing optifine.
Set allocated memory to the default (2GB) and update you graphics drivers to the latest possibile version.
Reduce your rendering distance as small as you're comfortable with.
I'm afraid you can't do more than this.
You can also try to play an older version, the latest version that had very lower requirements was 1.12.2.