You can either just remove mods to find the source or use optifine to maybe help the problem.
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May 14, 2016_ForgeUser7694466 posted a message on How can you tell what mod in a group of mods is causing a lag spike?Posted in: General DiscussionAttempted to use optifine and I don't see any place that tells you ram usage for individual mods.I was looking for something that may tell me or give me a hint without having to go through each to figure out what is causing the issue.
May 13, 2016Posted in: General Discussion
Hey, I'm a bit new to these errors, but from reading it I'd say maybe its the amount of memory you have allocated to minecraft. Have you ran this mod pack before? Can you put more memory towards minecraft and see if that works? What was this mod pack's name? Have you looked up the name of the pack to see if anyone else is having similar issues?
May 13, 2016_ForgeUser7694466 posted a message on How can you tell what mod in a group of mods is causing a lag spike?Posted in: General Discussion
I have put together a group of mods that I'm messing around with using forge. After a few minutes a spike of lag appears and lasts for a few seconds and the game continues normally until the next lag spike. So far I don't see any specific time or place this occurs. I have about 8 gigs of ram allocated to Minecraft, when the spike occurs the usage jumps up from 20% to 99% . Minecraft is being run on 1.7.10. My question is there a way to tell what mod is causing this issue without having to go through each mod and testing it?
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