in this video , I'm showing you how to allocate more ram to Minecraft .
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So within this tutorial , I'm showing the full process of adding more ram to Minecraft , which can be really beneficial , and it can really speed it up .
So if further ado , let's go and jump straight into this tutorial .
So , as you can see , I'm not on my computer and let's go and get into this tutorial .
So the first thing you want to do is come down to your search bar and click on the magnifying glass , and all you want to search is system information .
Then , as you can see system information and click up here and then it's gonna bring up all this information here .
So I'm just gonna resize this so you can actually see it .
And as you can see , this is going to be different than every computer as well .
But the first thing you want to come down to is system type , as you can see here mine is a 64 bit computer that's going to be 32 64 and also 84 .
I think as well .
So find the system type and then go and look for the physical memory .
So as you can see , total physical memory three is 16 gigabytes .
Now , a quick rule .
You should never delegate more than half of your ram to Minecraft .
So in my case , I should only delegate a maximum of eight .
But also , you can't actually delegate more than four gigabytes to Minecraft if you have a 32 bit computer .
So that's a key thing to know .
However , let's go and get into this .
So now you've identified how much Ram you've got .
Like I said before , you should only add a maximum of half of your ram .
And now another key point as well is that the amount you're gonna need to add is gonna vary depending on each computer .
So now we know these specs .
Let's go and continue with this .
So all we want to do is come and close off your system information or even minimise it just in case we need it again .
And then you're gonna open up the Minecraft launcher .
I've got mine right here .
So I'm gonna click on it here .
It's gonna take a minute to open up , and then it's gonna load .
So as you can see , we've now got the Minecraft launcher up and we're gonna go and set this up .
So the first thing you want to do is click on Installation is just here , and then you want to go and find the latest release .
Then you want to go and click on the three dots just here and go and click edit , and then you want to come down and click on more options .
So then , as you can see , we've got all this information here .
So you want to come down to JVM arguments now ?
As you can see , it says dash XMX two G .
So this means I've only got two gigabytes delegated to Minecraft at the minute , so I'm gonna go and increase this to six .
but I could do a maximum of eight because I have 16 gigabytes of ram , so I'm gonna go and add eight , actually .
Anyways , now a quick note .
Basically , vanilla Minecraft isn't actually going to speed that much up just because you add eight it sort of caps at four gigabytes .
But you are gonna see differences if you're using loads of mods .
Um , but yeah , I'm just doing the tutor on vanilla Minecraft , but you don't see much differences be after you've added four gigs to that .
So anyways , yeah , that's the rough idea .
So you're now gonna and added the amount of you want and make you sure you follow the rules , which I already stated earlier in this video .
So once you've done that , you don't want to go and click on Save .
But a quick note is we've only going to change this to the latest release .
If I go and use my test version , this is gonna have the old settings , which is two gigabytes , Um , but on latest release , it's gonna go , And I have the edit I made , which was the eight gigabytes .
So now I'm gonna show you how you'll know you've actually added it .
So all you do is click on play and you want to go and select the latest release and go and click play .
Now it's gonna open up Minecraft .
As you can see , it's just preparing and let's go and get into this .
So to go and check how much Ram is currently being used by Minecraft , all you want to do is go and click on F three on your keyboard .
It's gonna be right at the top of your keyboard , so click on F three .
And as you can see at the top , you will now say out of 8000 megabytes , which of course is eight gigabytes , and it's gonna show you how much is currently being used .
So at the minute it's currently using about 20% of that , and it's sort of fluctuating .
So yeah , guys , that's literally create .
It's really , really easy to go and do this , and it can go and help with your Minecraft .
Like I said before , it's really helped if you've got loads of mods as well .
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