Today we'll present you another fps-friendly Minecraft Resource Pack. "Midnight v2" by iSparkton is mostly blue themed and comes with impressive PvP textures. Most of them are based on 16x16 resolution what makes the Pack very FPS-Friendly. iSparkton decided to choose blue as primary pack color, that also matches well with the Resource Pack's name. In his "Account Switcher Mod" video he has already shown us a short preview of Midnight v2. If you like this Resource Pack you should also check out some of the other UHC packs that are featured on our website, such as Ultra v2, Frozen Core, Volcano or Flora Pack. If you're not into the very specific UHC Resource Pack niche feel free to check out some regular Resource Packs which are featured on our site such as Faithful 32x32, Faithful 64x64 or R3D.Craft.
How to install Midnight v2 PvP Texture Pack 1.12.2-1.7?
1. Make sure you have installed Optifine.
2. Download the Midnight v2 PvP Texture Pack from the official links.
3. Start Minecraft, navigate to "options" then.
4. Navigate from "options" > "Resource Packs" > "Open resource packs folder".
5. Drag and drop the pack into the folder.
6. When you now launch Minecraft you should see the Pack.
How Texture Packs can affect your FPS-rate
If you're still getting low FPS on minecraft just look down below, we've provided you a short explaination about getting low fps there. First of all i want to say that there are many reasons why you might get low FPS. They reach from your texturepack choice over your hardware to your video card drivers. For the case that you're already playing minecraft with FPS-friendly settings there are only two more relevant reasons why you might still get low FPS:
1. The most important one is your Hardware. For a stable FPS-rate, your Hard- and Software (Graphics Card Drivers for example) should be up-to-date.
2. Usage of HD Packs. They cause more permanent CPU & GPU Load because your PC always has to render the HD Textures in "background". In this case, you should try using "FPS-Boosting" Texture Packs. (We strongly recommend to always use them in combination with Optifine)
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