All the mods Server Hosting
Curse All The Mods was made to enhance your typical server play experience and allow an even more fun environment. It includes a variety of mods with a small hint towards balance.
All the mods started out as a private pack for just a few friends of mine that turned into something others wanted to play. It has all the basics that most ftb packs include but with a nice mix of some of the newer mods and also a few mods that make the game more interesting and harder such as Spice of Life, Bloodmoons, Infernal Mobs and Roguelike Dungeons. The pack is constantly being updated and has a somewhat active curse chat if you want to find out more.
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All the mods Instructions
Play with Minecraft settings
Try changing the Mipmap levels to 0(This may freeze up your pc for 10 minutes but it will eventually change) Disable/enable VSync & VBO’s.
You can also edit this in the packs folder and editing the Options.txt
Allocate More RAM
You need at least 4.5 Gb for this pack but 4.5-6 Gb is better for performance. 3-4 Should be fine for the Lite version.
Further instructions can be found here
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All the mods Memory Requirements & Player Slots
- Memory Guideline
To avoid lag or memory errors, order a minimum of 4GB of memory. If you are playing with friends or planning on hosting a public server consider ordering 5GB or more. You won't know your exact requirements until you start building and getting more players on. Don't worry you can quickly upgrade your memory as your server grows.
Follow this guide if you need to upgrade.
- Recommended Max Players is our best guess on how many slots gives good performance per GigaByte of memory. It relates to how many players can join before running out of Memory. Newer servers with lots of mods/plugins will have less players per GB, you won't know exactly how many players until your server gets busy. If you want to change the slots, contact support. It's a guideline not set in bedrock!