best settings

Curious about what settings I should use for my setup Ryzen 7 7 7700 32gb ram Rtx 4060ti How much ram should I allocate and how many chunks could I load What settings in dh are good for my specs
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That Guy
That Guy5w ago
For you cpu load I would use 12 threads to generate chunks with 358 lods for your gpu I would go with high quality of lods and if you lag too much then go with medium if those settings are very smooth try increasing the gpu and cpu and if they are too much go with lower threads and generate less chunks These settings are my personal opinion of what I think may work for your pc so don't take them as expert advice!
Brussel_sprouts
Dh can run on any pc Even on a RASPBERRY PI Raspberry pi mentioned omg Hey guys, did you know that in terms of distant horizons performance, A raspberry Pi is the most compatible device for distant horizons? Not only is it in batocera.linux, which is mostly known for great optimization, Raspberry PI 4s are an average of ‎3.74 x 2.76 x 0.98 inches and 2.29 ounces, this means they’re large enough to be able handle hot temps, and with its impressive customizability for cooling and access to extra ports, you can modify one. Due to minecraft's mostly low overhead system requirements , there’s no doubt in my mind that an overclocked Raspberry PI 5 would be incredibly powerful, so powerful that you could easily use 128 chunks with one for hours without stuttering. 12-24 gbs should work, but with that amount of ram the jvm will struggle the more you put into it I suggest getting jdk 21 Any version And making Minecraft use that Then making your jvm flag have generational zgc Go search it up i don't really know how it works Basically zgc just makes ram alloc faster and less stuttery 12 gb should be enough for dh tho But you could allocate more Just that you need to do the generational zgc step Alternatively you could use Shenandoah gc Which is like, better than the default but worse than generational (depends on hardware?) Just set your cpu load setting to balanced or aggressive Aggressive if you could deal with a couple of fps drops here and there 128 is usually a good starting point for lods Medium-high quality too If you're going 1440p go medium, 1080p go high Or 1440p high vert quality if you wanna torture your gpu Depending on the gpu the vertical quality might actually not have that much of an impact
That Guy
That Guy5w ago
How is this of any help to the question? you are just talking about raspberry pi all the time you aren't giving the op any info about what settings may be best for them
Pringull
Pringull5w ago
I did 2048 chunks with I paid for the whole cpu and 16g allocated and it worked without lagging
Pringull
Pringull5w ago
Did do this however
That Guy
That Guy5w ago
what?
Pringull
Pringull5w ago
Listen to the sound
That Guy
That Guy5w ago
I can't hear any sound
Miki_P98
Miki_P985w ago
Either: - you've already gone deaf from that video - Your headphones/speakers are broken - you shoud see a doctor
That Guy
That Guy5w ago
Nvm I think I muted discord lmao I am an idiot!
Miki_P98
Miki_P985w ago
Oh yeah, there is this option too