GamerPotion's FPS Test Map

 


Use this FPS test world to get a FPS value of Minecraft on your system. View the full article to see how to set everything up.

First of all, download the map from HERE. Then read below to see how to set everything up.
Also download FRAPS or MSI Afterburner. For more info on these apps and how to check the FPS properly in Minecraft, then read this article I wrote.

Information
Minecraft does not have its own benchmarking utility in-game, so by using this fps test world we can compare FPS with each other and compare mods, resource packs and modpacks to see what gives us the most FPS.

This is also good to test 2 system out with for example you can run an FPS test on your system and see how it compares with your friend's hardware.

I would recommend testing your base vanilla game's FPS first, then using performance mods like Sodium or OptiFine and see how much of a boost they can give you.


Instructions
After you have downloaded the FPS+test.zip file. Open it up with any Zip application like Winzip or Winrar.




Drag the FPS Test folder into your .minecraft director's Saves folder



If you go inside the folder again, there should be a bunch of folders and files so you you will know the process has been done correctly.

Launch Minecraft, then make sure your video settings have been set to the Maximum. Vsync set to OFF and Max Framerate set to UNLIMITED.  Also make sure your FOV is set to 70 (Normal).




Making sure you have got FRAPS or MSI Afterburner installed and running,  log into the game and go into Single player. You should see the map loaded in there now, so click on it and load it up.



Make sure to stand on the Crimson Nylium Red block and point your crosshair at the Crimson Nylium in the distance.




You should be able to then get a base FPS value for your system. Next try different mods and see what FPS they give you.


NOTE: this will not check your system for frame rate drops or lag spikes. Those are caused by many different factors and it is impossible to test for those for each system.

Any queries then leave a comment in the YouTube Video's comment section.

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