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Compatible GPUsEdit

Compatible NVIDIA GPUsEdit

GTX Series:

GTX 9xx (ti) works.

GTX 7xx (ti) works.

GTX 6xx (ti) works.

GTX 5xx (ti) works.

GTX 4xx (ti) works.

GTX 2xx (ti) works.

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GT Series:

Geforce 9 series

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NON-TESTED GPUs

GTX 8xx (ti) Unknown 

GTX 3xx (ti) Unknown 

GTX 1xx (ti) Very old series problay not going to play well, or even be compatible.

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NOTE:

Some GTX 900/700/600 series GPUs will have different boost clocks and overlocks, causing a fluctuation of FPS.

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LAPTOP CHIPS:Edit

6xxM works.

5xxM works.

4xxM works.

3xxM works.

NON-TESTED LAPTOP CHIPS:Edit

9xxM

8xxM

7xxM

2xxM

1xxM

Laptop Chips:Edit

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Chip Name:

Additional Info

GT 9600M

If you play with SEUS v08, you can play in Window Mode with 40 FPS with fast settings (Fullscreen ~ 20 FPS).

GT 640M 30 FPS on fancy
560M Works unplayable with over 5 FPS on tiny fast settings.

555M

Works nicely, maximized in Aero (1080p) with 40+ FPS with max settings in crowded areas.
540M

(On 1366 x 768) With Fancy Graphics and Smooth lighting it hits approx. 80 FPS.

(On 1920 x 1080) With Sonic Ether's Unbelievable Shaders, a lowly 8-12 FPS with most things maxed. Default texture pack.

460M (On 1920x1080) With Optifine on vSync and everything maxed put 30+ FPS with Bump-mapping and 128x Textures.
320M 30FPS with 32x texture pack and all Shaders except spec mapping.

310M

(On 1366 x 768) With Fancy Graphics and Smooth lighting, it hits approx. 15 FPS. With Fast Graphics and no Smooth Lighting it hits about 30 FPS.

Desktop Cards:

Card Name:

Additional Info.       

GTX 970 In seus-v10.1-Preview2, FPS are pretty good. At stock speeds FPS are an average of 135 FPS, min of 83 FPS, And a max of 153 FPS in 1080p; with the default texturepack. Everything maxed out in Optifine, without Mipmap Levels, and Anisotropic Filtering. And FPS while overclocked, FPS are an average of 188 FPS, min of 99 FPS, And a max of 353 FPS, still in 1080p.

Current specs: 36GB RAM, i7 4820K @ 4.5GHz, with a Nvidia GTX 970 4GB Model.

NOTE: Some GTX 900/700/600 series GPUs will have different boost clocks, causing a fluctuation of FPS

GTX 770

In seus-v10.1-Preview2, FPS are pretty good. At stock speeds FPS are an average of 90 FPS, min of 45 FPS, And a max of 105 FPS in 1080p; with the default texturepack. Everything maxed out in Optifine, without Mipmap Levels, and Anisotropic Filtering. And FPS while overclocked, FPS are an average of 146 FPS, min of 77 FPS, And a max of 235 FPS, still in 1080p.

Current specs: 16GB RAM, AMD-FX 8320 4.0GHz, with a EVGA Nvidia GTX 770 2GB Model.

In seus-v10.1-Preview2, FPS are pretty good. At stock speeds FPS are an average of 112 FPS, min of 78 FPS, And a max of 358 FPS in 1080p; with the default texturepack. Everything maxed out in Optifine, without Mipmap Levels, and Anisotropic Filtering. And FPS while overclocked, FPS are an average of 171 FPS, min of 97 FPS, And a max of 325 FPS, still in 1080p.

Current specs: 36GB RAM, i7 4820K @ 4.5GHz, with a EVGA Nvidia GTX 770 2GB Model.

GTX 760

With seus-v10.1-Preview2, it gets around 70 FPS max, and 40 min in 1080p. Without shaders, 600 FPS max, and 300 min! with Optifine. 

Gigabyte GTX 750 TI OC Windforce 2X 2GB

80fps ULTRA settings at 720p on SEUS 10.1 v2.


NOTE: 600fps with the same settings without shaders enabled.

GTX 670

With seus-v10.1-Preview2, I get an average of 86 FPS, min of 62 FPS , and a max of 107 FPS, all in 1080p. And everything maxed out in Optifine.

Current specs: i7 4770K @ 4.0GHz, with a EVGA Nvidia GTX 670 FTW, 12GB RAM

GTX 650

Works great with 70+ FPS.

With Sonic Ether's RC6, you`ll have an AWESOME performance with 40+ FPS with a 512x Texture pack.

My specs: 8GB RAM, AMD-FX 6100 3.31 GHz, and the Zotac nVidia GTX 650 AMP! 2GB.

GT 630 4GB 20-30 FPS @ Sonic's Shaders. MC 1.4.6 Render: Short +64.
GT 610 2GB

Works with 30 FPS on default. With Sonic Ether's RC6, you`ll only have around 5-15 FPS on Tiny Render Distance.

My specs: 8GB RAM and AMD-FX 6100 3.31 GHz.

With the Lite package, I get around 30-50FPS with Fast graphics and Short +48 Render Distance.

4GB RAM, Pentium Dual-Core CPU, 2.70GHz.

GTX 580 (Gainward Phantom)

Everything maxed out, 75-60 FPS.

GTX 570  Works great with 50-60 FPS maxed out settings.
GTX 560 GTX 560: Works Great 40-60 FPS max Optifine settings
GTX 550 Ti 1GB

35-55 FPS on Shader v10 RC6. Default texturepack, normal render distance with i3 Processor and 4G ram.

GT 545

Without Sonic Ether's Shader around 50 FPS. With Shader's unplayable with only 10~25 FPS.

GeForce 480GTX 1.5GB 20-35 FPS @ 1600x900 on default Shader. 60FPS+ with SEUS Lite v08 Shaders.
GT 440

i3-2100, 4GB, GT 440

Works with 70 fps on dafault.

With SEUS shader RC8, you can have 30 ~ 55 fps on far +48 render distance.

With SEUS RC10, you'll have 30~40 fps on far distance

GT 430 Killing your minecraft with just running some fps, 6-10fps, no more.
GTX 260 Works on GTX 260 but with unplayable FPS (1-5fps).
GeForce 9800 GT 1GB 10-20 FPS @ 1650x1050 Resolution 6GB of DDR2 ram, 2.66 Ghz Core 2 Duo Processor maxed out settings.
Geforce 9600 GT 512MB

Not playable 10-15 fps. Lowest settings.

Quadro NVS 295

Not decent, at 8 FPS, low settings.

Compatible AMD/ATi GPUs

Desktop Cards:

Card Name: Additional Info:
HD 8570D Bad performance with HD 8570D

8~12 fps with SEUS ULTRA at 1080p

HD 7970

Brilliant performance around 200-240 FPS on maximum graphics. Latest driver fixes trasparencies.


  • UPD: 12.0 Not Fixed
  • UPD: 12.1 Not Fixed
  • UPD: 12.2 Fixed
  • UPD: 12.3 Not Fixed
  • UPD: 12.4 Not Fixed
  • UPD: 12.5 Fixed
  • UPD: 12.6 Fixed
HD 7950

Very good performance around 50-60 FPS. With the 12.6 driver no Trasparencies issues any longer.


  • UPD: 12.0 Not Fixed
  • UPD: 12.1 Not Fixed
  • UPD: 12.2 Fixed
  • UPD: 12.3 Not Fixed
  • UPD: 12.4 Not Fixed
  • UPD: 12.5 Fixed
  • UPD: 12.6 Fixed
HD 7850

Pretty good framerate with bump-mapping, around 20-30 FPS with SEUS. and 256x Texture Pack. Resolution:1080p.

Items and blocks which the background should be transparent seems not works as it should. (Background is not transparent)


Screenshot of this happening http://i.imgur.com/C55RV.png

UPD: 12.6 beta drivers fix the transparencies.

HD 7770

Very good performance, but FPS does drop to around 45FPS if you add the Sonic Ether's Unbelievable Shaders. GPU utilization does not go above 75% and it is not taking the card's full potential, however it has the same issue as HD 7950 and 7970.

HD 7570 Good. Runs 40+ FPS with any shader with the exception of SEUS RC10 which runs at about 20-30 FPS. All of this was tested with maxed out graphics but changing them around did not change the performance more than a few FPS.
HD 6990 Unbelievable performance, if you have this card, you have nothing to worry about. That means that I am too selfish to explain how the card runs, I only tell you it works well.
HD 6970 Excellent performance, even with 512x Texture Packs.
HD 6950 Performs well, over 50 FPS with 256x Texture Packs.
HD 6870

Works great, no problems so far. Over 75 FPS with default texture pack.

Over 60 with Fancy and 64x Texture, 40 with 256x.

Phenom 960t stock, 1 GB to MC.

I get 15-20 FPS with a FX-6100 with the default Texture Pack. I'm using v10 of shaders, though, so that may be something... Dun, dun, duuuunnnn.

v10 RC5: about 30 FPS, 4GB to MC, Intel Core i5 2500.

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I'm getting 60-90 FPS while using LB Photo Realism 256x with Bump-map with all settings on Fancy.


Specs: AMD Phenom 955 BE @ 3,2 ghz, Sapphire Hd 6870 1GB, 8GB RAM

HD 6850

With 64 bit OS and 4Gb RAM set for Java AVG around 70FPS only hit 35FPS twice and that only briefly when entering new chunk.


Running Robinton Cubic Chunks and Balea 256x Textures.

HD 6770

I use a 64x OS, an AMD Athlon x4 640 overclocked to 3.1GHz and 13GB of 1600MHz dedicated RAM to Minecraft.

33-120 FPS Normal Render Distance no Smooth Lighting.

HD 6650

Works very nicely, Lags a little bit when using more than 5 shaders.

HD 6570

Works nicely without Lag if used at resolutions under 1080p.

HD 6530 Works nicly, sometimes lags when in a decent load.
HD 5870 Works fine. Windows 7 x64, 6GB RAM. Needs some optifine adjustments for Shadow Shader to be smooth with nearly no lag.
HD 5850 Very smooth, even in Eyefinity with 128x Texture Pack.

HD 5770

No problems. 40-50 FPS with Balea Texture Pack(***x).

HD 5670

Very slow. 8-12 FPS without Optifine 10-20 with.

HD 5570 Series Very slow. Always around 12 FPS with Optifine.
Sapphire HD 4870 QP

Great FPS 30 - 40, also using GLSL Shaders and Forced 12x AA in CCC :)

HD 4850x2

30 FPS with Crossfire, some Microstutters. (1280x1024)

HD 4850 No noticeable lag, around 46 FPS.
HD 4550 Slow, but works with no errors at all. Tested with XFX 1GB.
HD 4350 Working, but not recommended to be used. Performace isn't good.
HD 3650 Seems to have low FPS (22FPS - 20FPS with lag spikes) with 1GB memory allocated to Minecraft. Works though.
HD 3450

Unbearable.

Sapphire x1650 PRO

With C2D E6600 CPU and Optifine - about 30 FPS (sometimes goes down to 25, but it's nice).


HD 7750

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HD 6670

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HD 7870

Work  pretty well, but sometimes FPS drops down to 30.

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Lags terra-bad around 5 FPS.

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I heard people got better performance with this mod in earlier versions. In 1.6.4 no optifine I saw 25-35 FPS on the newest SEUS and Sildur's were a little better at 30-40 FPS

Laptop Chips:Edit

Chip Name:

Additional Info:

AMD Radeon HD 7900M

Maximum settings at full screen (1920x1080). 60+ FPS with 256x textures.

ATi Radeon Mobility HD 6870

It works in Window Mode around 50 FPS, and in full screen (1920x1080) 30FPS.

ATi Radeon Mobility HD 5870 Works perfectly, with an average of 31-34 FPS on Max Settings on and 128x128 Texture Pack running.

ATi Radeon Mobility HD 5650

Everything is grey-yellow except grass and leaves. -Problem can be solved by the Golden Apple glitch, but shadows won´t turn up in any way.
ATi Radeon Mobility HD 5145

Works properly, although framerates can get down to 15 FPS works fine in a smaller window at about 45+ FPS.

Compatible Intel ChipsetsEdit

Chipset Name: Additional Info:

HD Graphics 4000

Min:35 Max:72 Avg:54 Fps on default settings. Min:72 Max:110 Avg:95 With lowest settings.

HD Graphics 3000

Playable, but laggy. At around 30 Fps.

HD Graphics GMA     Just about playable, all low avg - 25fps (i5, quad core, 3.00ghz)

  

Incompatible GPUsEdit

Incompatible nVidia GPUsEdit

Desktop Cards:Edit

Card Name: Additional Info:
All GeForce FX Cards and under. Does not support GLSL Shaders. It Crashes your computer!

Laptop Chips:Edit

Chip Name: Additional Info:
All Geforce 6 Go Cards and under. Does not support GLSL Shaders.

Incompatible ATi GPUsEdit

Desktop Cards:Edit

Card Name: Additional Info:

All ATI Radeon before X1300

Does not support GLSL Shaders.

Laptop Chips:Edit

Chip Name: Additional Info:
All Mobility Radeon before Mobility Radeon X1300. Does not support GLSL Shaders.
ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5470

The "everything is grey-yellow except grass and leaves"-problem can be solved by the golden apple glitch, but shadows won´t turn up in any way​

ATI Radeon HD 6490M. Does not support GLSL Shaders.

Incompatible Intel ChipsetsEdit

Chipset Name: Additional Info:
GMA X4500 Not Compatible. Does not support GLSL Shaders.
All non Intel HD GPUs Performance issues. Does not support GLSL Shaders.

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