Wait a moment... I thpught that that was the only way to change the RAM? Zibafu how did you do it before?
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May 7, 2017Posted in: General DiscussionThe way I was doing it, was to load up the twitch launcher, click the modpack which then loads the minecraft launcher, from there click "launch options" then youll have the modpack and vanilla, click the modpack, then adjust under the jvm arguments line where it said for me -Xmx4096mI was changing that to 81`92, which was fine but then next time I booted up it had reset.
May 6, 2017Posted in: General Discussion
I had the same problem!
Make sure you're not setting it to 8GB in the minecraft launcher...the curse/twitch client overrides it with whatever is set in the client's settings!
In the client, go to settings > Minecraft and increase the slider for maximum memory allocation under Java Settings!
Hope this helps! :Ddude.... I could kiss you haha, that worked perfect
Apr 29, 2017Posted in: General Discussion
Hi, so I have been playing the ftb beyond pack. My game was stuttering with 4gb ram allocation so I doubled the allocation in the minecraft launcher window to 8gb, and it runs perfect, however whenever I come back to play the game lets say a few hours later, the ram allocation has reset to its default 4gb, so I have to keep on changing it.
Not a big deal at all but irritation especially if I forget to change it
Anyone have any idea why this would be happening and how to solve the issue ?
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