Posted on: December 31, 2019 Posted by: admin Comments: 39

🔧 MINECRAFT 1.14: Dramatically increase performance / FPS with any setup! 2019

Minecraft FPS increase guide, 1.14 New Improvements, HUGE 2019 Update,✔️ better fps, boost fps
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This video will teach you guys how to optimize minecraft 1.14 / 1.14.4 update for the best increases possible to boost fps reduce lag stop stuttering fix spikes and improve visuals within Minecraft JAVA.

📌Optifine Info: Some MODS might conflict with Optifine, if this is the case you can STILL follow the rest of the guide for major FPS improvements the complete core game!📌

🔽 All links to follow along with this video are below 🔽
📌 Patreon –
📌 Latest Versions of Optifine here:
🔹 PANJ Ultimate FPS increase Pack –
Download not working? try this:

GPU Drivers:
nVidia / Geforce:
AMD / Radeon:

Still getting low fps ? try lowering the resolution ingame i.e Using the Resolution Scale option, Start at 100% then work downwards until viable results are found.

Other extremely helpful & Effective Optimization guides to follow

Ultimate GPU Overclocking Guide:

How To Optimize Windows 10 For Gaming:

How To Optimize nVidia Control panel for best FPS:

How To Enable Windows Ultimate Performance power plan:

Play Here:

Other Helpful / Cool Tutorials:

System Specs
High end:
i7 9700k @ 5.1Ghz
RTX 2080 @ 2050Mhz
4100Mhz CL17 DDR4
2x SDD + 4 HDDs

Low End / Older:
AMD Ryzen 2400G
RX570 4GB (Mostly disabled for testing)
2 x 500GB HDD

Due to factors beyond the control of Panjno/Panjnotutorials, I cannot guarantee against improper use or unauthorized modifications of this information. Panjno / Panjnotutorials assumes no liability for property damage or loss of data as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Use this information at your own risk. Due to factors beyond the control of Panjno, no information contained in this video shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, programs, or from the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not Panjno.


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  1. everyone watching this vid pls I beg u don't do what he says unless ur 100% sure u can either revert it or accept it as is pls watch out cuz I don't want the same thing to happen to u guys


    ~~Keep in mind this may not actually help you, so revert the changes if performance is negatively affected. I've adjusted the directions from the video so it doesn't matter where your exe file is.~~

    – Run Minecraft
    – Minimize the game. Don't close it.
    – Open Task Tanager (Type its name in the Windows search bar if you don't know where to find it.)

    Task manager will open to the "Processes" tab by default. You'll likely see this at the top of the list of running processes:

    "Java(TM) Platform SE binary"

    If for whatever reason you don't see it, click either the "CPU" or "Memory" tab on the right. It will sort the list of processes by whichever program is using the most CPU or RAM. The Minecraft Java application (Java(TM) Platform SE binary) should be at the top unless you're running another application that uses a lot of resources. Either way, it will be very easy to find.

    -Once you find that process in Task Manager's list, right click it, and click "Open file location" from the menu that pops up.

    A File Explorer window will open, and the javaw.exe application will be highlighted on your screen for you.


    – Close the game
    – Right click the javaw.exe file
    – Click "Properties"
    – Click the "Compatibility" tab in the popup menu
    – Check the "Disable fullscreen optimizations" box
    – Click the "Change high DPI settings" button
    – Check the "Override high DPI scaling behavior" box in the popup menu
    – Click "OK" to close the DPI settings menu and apply the change
    – Click "Apply" in the Properties tab (same window where you just checked "Disable fullscreen optimizations"

    You're done.

  3. OMG, usually i got 12-60, now i got 30-111 FPS!!!! i skip a couple of steps tho…. because it wouldn't work, like the value one. i cant changed it, and a couple more. TYSM!!

  4. Peace bro thank you so clearly and well explained! You’re a boss, finished it and this helped loads! Peace from the UK to (I assume by the accent, the USA 🇺🇸 🤝 🇬🇧 ☮️

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