Late response, but Private Internet Access is the only provider I consider worth it.
Free ones are always garbage if you actually care about privacy.
Make sure you have the correct drivers installed and that Minecraft's javaw.exe has a 3D profile in the graphics control panel, to force it into 3D/performance mode.
Worth noting also, AMD A10 APUs although commonly referred to as "high end" by sales people, are not actually all that great performance wise.
Here's how my desk sits at the moment, specs down in the sig but couple of stuff missing due to no space. Most noteable is that the 1080 Ti is cooled with a Kraken X61 + G12 bracket, not the stock MSI cooler, and the i7 has been de/relidded.
And QuikMiner, this is Speccy:
Sadly the 940MX isn't too brilliant. I have a laptop with those exact specs and get around the same performance. Try playing with the Intel HD graphics, you might actually get slightly higher framerate.
Of the two, the 1050 with 4GB VRAM, most/all games nowadays will bump up past that 2GB. That said, definitely make sure the CPU is up to scratch too - the stuff you're describing isn't going to be impacted by graphics performance so much as CPU.
Probably when the Ethereum bubble bursts, at which point a whole bunch of midrange RX and GTX cards will hit the secondhand market for low prices (if history repeats itself).
As to when, could be anyone's guess.
Not much of a difference. An i5 would be a noticeable difference though.
Perhaps look into Shadowplay recording & streaming? It supports OpenGL (aka Minecraft) now. Oh and ditch cooler, not needed and is a waste of money.
Please don't get this PC. This PC is a office PC, not a gaming PC. I can give you a PC Part picker for your price range that would be much better. The Intel Pentium J3710 is a VERY poor processor, it has outdated graphics and this PC only has 4GB of ram. If you are looking for longterm, don't get this.
You won't get the performance you want, or anywhere close to it, with $400-$500 AUD unfortunately. For something halfway decent you're looking at $800 or more, not including extra for monitor/peripherals.
I'm guessing he's referring to the Pocket Edition multiplayer coming soon.Quote from Patriotsummit
Are you kidding me? Wow. Some people these days..........
I hope you were joking.
If the plugin adds content like new blocks etc, no. if it adds custom crafting recipes for existing items and related, sureQuote from draconic_cat
(Kinda unrelated) can you put mods on a server as a plugin, and people don't need the mod to play the server? Just curious...