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Don't allocate more RAM for it unless you're actually using an insane texture pack like a 512x; it would actually slow it down. If you're just playing it with or without the mods, it's fine as is, but if you're using an HD texture pack then... well you get what I'm saying.
Also, I recommend installing Optifine. Not even for the mods or texture pack (though you need either that or MCPatcher to use an HD texture pack), but just install it anyways. If you were getting low FPS it should help, though if you have specs like mine then I don't think there's much need for it.
My laptop actually has a quad core i7 (2.4GHz turbo boost to 3.4), a 2GB 630M Nvidia GPU, and 8GB RAM.
I could only run the shaders mod with the window minimized.
At the same time, I only ran Minecraft with 512MB RAM. You think if I increased the RAM to about 4GB, it would run alright?
It couldn't hurt. Does it ever crash and say something about memory loss? Because that's when you need to allocate more, otherwise it should be fine.
Also, if you're running 64-bit WIndows, make sure you have the latest 64-bit Java installed.
Indeed I do have 64 bit Java (I bought the laptop about 2 weeks ago) and the only time it crashed for memory loss was when I tried the 512 x 512 Redcraft texture pack (without the shaders mod)
If it's because of the texture pack, then yes, you have to allocate more. Even the creator of the pack said the default amount of RAM wouldn't be enough. If you have 8 GB of RAM, then try using all of it. Well, maybe not all of it, but most.
My laptop usually idles with about 6700MB of RAM free. I don't know what the hell uses the other 1300.
Microsoft intentionally makes the OS use up RAM, but you can circumvent this by deleting system32.
But no really, it actually is Windows that uses that and you can't do anything about it.
I thought Windows 8 was supposed to be less resource hungry.
I think it is. I run WIndows 7 and I currently have ~3 GB used with just Skype and 6 tabs of Chrome open. I don't think that would use much, but yeah.
On my crappy desktop, I have Windows 7 running with 4 tabs on Chrome, only using up 1.5GB.
Looking at the Task Manager, I can see Steam, Dropbox, Rainmeter and Chrome use up quite a bit of RAM...
So it just depends on what you have running in the background.
Yeah, I never have Steam running in the back. I might move to Firefox. Maybe not as fast as Chrome, but less resource hungry as far as I know.
Then again, my desktop is a 5 year old HP a6000 with 4GB DDR2 1066MHz RAM. And a horrible AMD processor.
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