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    posted a message on AmbientSounds v1.2.1 - Biomes O Plenty support - #ListentoNature

    I'm liking where this is going. Liteloader and Matmos are forgotten, but the need for lovely sounds won't be!


    Though, I do have a few sound suggestions.

    Calmer underwater sounds while in still or non-ocean/river water would be nice.

    Hearing insects or frogs near still water in non-ocean/river biomes (of course, toned down from the swamp sounds)

    Lava bubbling and flowing sounds. Oh god, how I loved how matmos did that. Even better, the cave ambience, like distant roaring of a beast or gusts of wind through tunnels.

    Maybe sounds cutting out or dampening a bit faster when entering buildings or shelters.

    A neat one but might be hard is wind blowing through unsealed windows in a structure. Say for example a castle with no windows or a creeper hole, or even busted out windows in a mansion. Would make places a bit drafty.

    Last one I got is trees rusting randomly as the wind picks up. Not too often like Matmos, but just enough to feel natural.


    Keep up the awesome work!

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    posted a message on Poor Performance on Beefy Computer

    Anyone else have any ideas?

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    posted a message on Poor Performance on Beefy Computer

    8u51 is the newest version I have, and it's the version I got after reinstalling Java. It's also the only version. Am I missing something?

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    posted a message on Poor Performance on Beefy Computer

    That is a good point. How do I switch Java versions, my keen eyed friend?

    Power plan has always been on balanced. Only other option is power saving. I am on a large desktop, not laptop.

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    posted a message on Poor Performance on Beefy Computer

    It's definitely not temprature issue. Nothing is overclocked, and everything stays pretty cool, especially at starting temps.


    Fullscreen with Vsync does not help, and I do not like playing fullscreen. So far it's at 60 FPS, but my mouse still jitters. It's pretty bad, and I updated it's drivers, played with DPI and sensitivity, disabled pointer precision, even updated the USB drivers. Got no results.


    So my problems are: minecraft not using my computer's full potential and mouse input problems.

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    posted a message on Poor Performance on Beefy Computer

    Mipmapping was on before reimage. And so was anisotropic filtering. I guess this is a for now solution, as it takes me to 60 FPS, which is fine for my modpack, but other versions won't go to the limits I set. Vanilla should hit 120, but hits around 80, and my vanilla with shaders used to get around 45-50 FPS but now gets just under 30.


    There has to be more solutions. I mean, as stated, I have a powerful PC with plenty of memory and CPU to spare. There must be a way to use this potential. On top of this, I think my mouse is getting bad. Mouse movement is indeed jagged and stutters, adding to the effect of poor framerate. I'll have to fix that.

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    posted a message on Poor Performance on Beefy Computer

    The Modpack image uses the JVM argument "-Xmx3G" but other amounts give no other results.


    The vanilla image is just 1.13. It should be at 120 FPS as my PC should be able to handle it. Probably gets more frames because it lacks Forge. No JVM arguments present in that profile

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    posted a message on Poor Performance on Beefy Computer

    Hello all,


    I'm finally going to make a topic here because I am looking for alternative before I try extremes. I can't seem to run my game a consistent frame-rate and smoothness ever since I re-imaged my PC. I get about 20-45 FPS but never more. It get's to a point where I can't play for 15 minutes before my eyes start to hurt as it never gets better. The strangest part is all versions of the game have poor frame-rate, no matter if it's 1.7.3 beta or 1.12.2 Forge. Even then, my modpack is fairly small. Anyone got some solutions?


    My specs:

    Processor......................................................AMD FX-8320E Eight-Core Processor, 3211 Mhz, 4 Core(s), 8 Logical Processor(s)

    System Type.................................................x64-based PC; 64-Bit Java 1.8.0_181

    Installed Physical Memory (RAM).................16.0 GB (Total Physical 15.9)

    Graphics Chipset...........................................Radeon RX 570 Series GDDR5 8GB (Uses Radeon Settings for settings managment)



    I will list all that I have done so far with no results:


    Please Read Before Making a Suggestion

    • Installed Optifine and tried every setting for performance
    • installed FoamFix andBetterFPS
    • Reinstalled Java and double checked it was a x64 bit version
    • Reinstalled Minecraft
    • Set FPS limit to 60 and 120
    • Turned VSync off
    • Had all background Application closed
    • Applied 1 to 4 GB of allocated RAM (-Xmx?G)
    • Set java Priority high and tested ll prioritiy levels

    Some Other Details...

    • After Re-image, I played once before my eyes got sore, got a new graphics card (not for Minecraft alone; I've been planning to get a new one for a while), installed it, and had the same poor frame-rate.
    • The performance problems are most notable when looking around at first leading me to believe it's the mouse, but that was inconclusive due to the mouse being fine in other games
    • Doesn't seem to be a processor issue. Old version run poor, but so does 1.8, which came with multi-threaded chunk rendering
    • Minecraft alone uses about 25% of the CPU and a little over 2,000 MB of Memory as well as about 33% GPU
    • Running Minecraft and Google Chrome uses almost 45% total memory
    • I can't seem to get Minecraft itself onto Radeon Settings. It either thinks the launcher.exe is what i want it to tweak, or when I select javaw.exe it thinks the game is "Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy" and won't apply any settings. (Note: I do not own this game)
    • Here's what I get when running the javaw.exe through Radeon settings: https://imgur.com/1LfQbOa . It seems to cap the Memory for the card itself, which I do not know how to tweak.

    I think something is limiting the game, but what could it be besides the possible memory issue with the card? Minecraft sees my GPU and uses it, so that's out of the question. I should have enough for this game, but I guess not? If any of you need more info, let me know. Any help is appreciated!

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    posted a message on OptiFine HD (FPS Boost, Dynamic Lights, Shaders and much more)

    I've got an interesting bug: better snow + SEUS = Gummy snow. The snows tries to do the grass movement, only producing bizarre results. Looks even stanger in real time.


    Posted in: Minecraft Mods
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    posted a message on MAtmos - Environmental sound atmosphere simulator

    Eh, it seems like it just throws sounds at me without order. Wind sounds are way too close to the ground, there isn't any biome specific sound, and it doesn't feel like it has the spirit of the original.

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    posted a message on MAtmos - Environmental sound atmosphere simulator

    I din't see an option to set conditions from the GUI, but combining both packs fixes the issue for now.

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    posted a message on MAtmos - Environmental sound atmosphere simulator

    Actually, I think it's only MSI doing it. Rapshodia seems fine.

    Posted in: Minecraft Mods
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    posted a message on MAtmos - Environmental sound atmosphere simulator

    Is this mods still being worked on? I do have it working right, but I have a bug to report:


    I could stand about 8 blocks away from a roofed structure, and still hear the indoor rain sound, even when in open rain. Same with trees. I don't know if there is a way I can fix this, or if it has been a know bug since it's been added.

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    posted a message on Applied Energistics 2 - Open Source

    NEVERMIND!


    I just found out what the Entropy Manipulator does!

    Posted in: Minecraft Mods
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