The Team Hydrate PvP Texture Pack (official) was made by dutch PvP Pack maker iSparkton. He made this special pack for PainfulPvP and xNestorio, they're also known as "Team Hydrate". The official Team Hydrate PvP Texture Pack fully supports Minecraft 1.8 and 1.7. Most PvP-Textures of this pack are based on smooth 64x64 resolution. If you like this Pack you should also check out some of iSparkton's other creations such as Ultra v2, Juniper v2, Volcano or Flora Pack. To download iSparkton's FPS Boosting PvP Texture Packs you should consider checking out our MaxFPS category. Also recommended: Faithful 32x32.
How to install Team Hydrate UHC/PotPvP Texture Pack?
If you don't know how to install the Team Hydrate PvP Texture Pack just look down below, we've provided you a short tutorial there. This installation guide should work with all Minecraft versions. To see the Official Download Links just scroll down.
1. Make sure you have installed Optifine.
2. Download the Team Hydrate 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 your Texture Pack might affect your FPS-rate
There are many causes why some people might still get low FPS in Minecraft.
If you're already playing the game with FPS-optimized 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 more stable FPS-rate, your Hard- and Software (Graphics Card Drivers for example) should be up-to-date.
2. High-Resolution Resource packs. HD Packs 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)
For the highest FPS-rates possible (5000+) you'll need good hardware, of course! But many people use fps-boosting texture packs just to reduce the load on their hardware. That can result making the usage of shaders or live-recording in high resolution possible.
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