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    posted a message on Joypad Mod - USB Controller, Split Screen [over 350K downloads]

    This wouldn't work with two xBox one controllers, it wouldn't detect the other one. I tried everything and followed a bunch of tutorials, but it still wouldn't work. I have all the drivers installed as Windows 10 installs it for me.

    Posted in: Minecraft Mods
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    posted a message on Minecraft Noob Test!

    32% Noob

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    posted a message on Episode 7 Theories

    In all seriousness, I would love something that would resemble time traveling and fighting some super-intelligent alien species with some awesome YouTubers.

    Posted in: Minecraft Story Mode
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    posted a message on Episode 7 Theories

    Better yet, the doctor transforms into Thinknoodles, and then the Daleks come after Ivor for some reason and Jesse and the gang along with the doctor go and save Ivor!

    Posted in: Minecraft Story Mode
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    posted a message on Minecraft Overclocking Changes

    I agree, Overclocking is a very dangerous process. If you are ever going to do it, please remember that your GPU is slowly being eaten away at as you are running your computer at speeds in which it was not designed for.

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    posted a message on Creeper Apocalypse?

    16 ;(

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    posted a message on Minecraft Overclocking Changes

    I just wanted to document the changes that occurred when I overclocked my computer and it's FPS Gain and Change along with Firestrike scores and the amount of clocks done. If you are willing you can post your scores and clocks down below with the computer you have.


    Alienware Alpha i3

    Graphics Card: Nvidia 860m (Comparable to 750ti)

    RAM: 8GB


    I used MSI Afterburner and overclocked at first to 135 CC and then 750 MC, this caused some flickering, but Minecraft ran with Optifine (Highest Graphic Settings), and an ultra-shaders mod at around 50 FPS, while usually running it at 30 FPS. I then reduced the MC down to around 350. The flickering was gone, but the FPS stayed, allowing Minecraft to run at about 43 FPS average. I then checked on Firestrike and I was able to get a score of 4189.


    Now usually, Minecraft can run alone at about 250 FPS (unlimited) without any mods. With overclocking, it reached around 270. This may vary with the processer, and since I am running a small i3, I get a smaller amount of power back. If you are planning to do it with an i5 or i7, you can reach a much higher Firestrike score than you would with an i3, and much more of a difference overall.


    If you are interested in Overclocking and are wondering how to do it, please be sure to watch this guy's video to start off () and download MSI Afterburner (just search on Google).

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    posted a message on I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO PLZ HELP

    Slow down, are you sure that you haven't forgot the password or something as then you can just go ahead and change it directly from the Mojang website. Even if you haven't, just go ahead and do it anyways.

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