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Best Minecraft 1.19.3 Performance Mod-Pack
All of these tests were measured on my PC, so your results will vary.
My display resolution is 3440x1440, with an aspect ratio of 21:9.
|Windows||10 Home 22H2|
I'm a contributor at Fabulously Optimized, but I'll still provide you with the most accurate and honest results I can. Thanks to the developers of all these mod-packs for their hard work! Go check them out and support them.
Benchmark 1 (mod-pack default settings)
All of these mod-packs:
- Are available on Modrinth
- Run on 1.19.3
As I like to keep my Minecraft version up-to-date for the most recent features and bugfixes, I some of the mod-packs were tested in their alpha version. But - as I'm writing this (1/15/22), 1.19.3 has been around for more than a month.
Everything is on default settings, except for the following: - Seed: 1 - VSync: off - Game mode: creative - Java version set (see above) - Memory allocation: Minimum 4280 MiB / Maximum 6096 MiB
Please not that benchmark 1 isn't 100% fair since some of the mod-packs use different default settings!
The FPS are measured after ~10 seconds of loading into the seed.
The startup time is measured from the moment I click "Launch" to the moment I can use the menu buttons.
|Mod Pack||Version||Modloader||Startup time||World creation time||FPS||Notes|
|Fabulously Optimized||4.6.0-beta.3||Fabric||26s||12s||1420||Vanilla-ish defaults (graphics set to fancy, ...)|
|Simply Optimized||7.17 pre35||Fabric||24s||13s||2335||Low defaults, heavily modded|
|Adrenaline||1.12.0||Fabric||25s||13s||2024||Low defaults, saving world took ages|
|Adrenaline||1.12.0||Quilt||25s||13s||2040||Low defaults, saving world took ages|
|Chronos Client||1.1.0||Quilt||22s||12s||1247||High defaults, heavily modded|
All of these mod-packs worked at the first try.
Benchmark 2 (vanilla-ish settings)
For benchmark two, I will use the same mod-packs as in benchmark one, with the only difference being that I use the 100% vanilla options - which means there is a fair contest and we're not comparing apples to oranges. This is because in benchmark one, some of the mod-packs had completely different default settings.
The goal of this benchmark is to compare similar aesthetics.
- FOV: Normal (70)
- Render Distance: 12 Chunks
- Max Shadow Distance: 6 Chunks
- Simulation Distance: 6 Chunks
- Brightness: 50%
- VSync: off
- Graphics: Fancy
- Clouds: ON
- Weather: Fast
- Leaves Quality: Default
- Particles: All
- Smooth Lighting: ON
- Biome Blend: 2 block(s)
- Entity Distance: 100%
- Entity Shadows: ON
- Vignette: ON
- Mipmap Levels: 4x
- All ON
- All ON
- Single Fog: Default
Startup times were not measured, as there isn't any huge difference expected, and because I change the settings in-game.
Additionally, I used the same world for all these tests to ensure a fair contest.
|Mod Pack||Version||Modloader||World loading time*||FPS||Outdated mods||Notes|
|Simply Optimized||7.17 pre35||Fabric||3.7s/1.9s||1356||-||-|
|Yoru||2.9.9||Quilt||5.7s/2.9s||1156||Iris||Comes with resource packs, shader packs, and even a server|
|waffle's Modpack||2023.01.02||Quilt||4.7s/2.8s||1173||Iris||Heavily modded, with a lot of QoL additions|
*It seems like on some mod-packs, the world has to be converted first. This is probably caused by Starlight, but shouldn't be a problem for most people.
- Fabulously Optimized is a very fast and simplistic all-rounder, with a great community
- Simply Optimized also supports some snapshot versions, which is very useful for those who often test them
- Adrenaline has the lowest frametime [source], which I think is sometimes even more important than FPS
- Chronos has a great overall performance. It is like Yoru but without the QoL improvements and still doesn't have
- Yoru is more like a quality of life than a simplistic performance mod-pack, but is still a great choice for newcomers. It comes with nice additions like shaders, resource packs, a minimap and even a server (which seems to be offline as I'm writing this, though)
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