A Fabric mod designed to improve the general performance of Minecraft without breaking things (by jellysquid3)


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jellysquid3/lithium-fabric is an open source project licensed under GNU Lesser General Public License v3.0 only which is an OSI approved license.

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  • Whats your opinion on Cardboard, the fabric and bukkit bridge?
    Could also pregenerate your world with chunky. To make it quicker add Starlight, Lithium, tic-tacs(This might be incompatible with some worldgen mods, but it massively speeds up terrain gen speeds if it works), and Carpet(use the "/tick freeze" command to freeze the game so there's more resources for terrain gen). Then switch to a paper style Tuinity server and set the worldborder to keep people from moving past pregenerated chunks.
  • Microsoft Game Pass vs. Steam
    It's better to use Java since you don't have to switch an OS to play it and it's in a secured environment (flatpak) so if performance is an issue this helped on my potato: Install fabric mod loader (don't worry these are performance mods), then Sodium Lithium Starlight and your performance will increase significantly.
  • How to drastically improve performances (Fabric / Forge) | 2021-05-02
    Lithium ( CaffeineMC/lithium-fabric ) Recommended
  • Is amazing chunk gen/load performance possible without pregen or mods? (for speedrunning)
    I would recommend a fabric server running krypton, lithium, starlight, tic-tacs, hydrogen, and ferritecore. Those mods are geared towards optimizing chunk generation and loading while having 0 impact on vanilla game behavior (the last two are geared for reducing ram usage). Of all the performance mods I've messed around with, those are the ones that I would recommend most. You could also add carpet and set it up to add tps to the tab list if you want to easily see that number.
  • This just happened (OC)
    That's why we use Sodium/Lithium/Hydrogen/Phosphor loaded using Fabric, while updating our Java runtime to the newest release and using ZGC while we're at it.
  • Snapshot modding
    Lithium is being updated OFFICIALLY for 1.17 snapshots, but you need to build the 1.17.x/dev branch yourself, or use GitHub Actions. Direct link to artifacts: (you need to be logged in to github for the link to work, and you need to unzip the .zip file, and out of the 4 .jar files you get, you need the one WITHOUT -dev or -sources at the end). Notes above this build: It disables a few lithium features that break in 1.17, which means that anything that is completely broken will not be enabled. Despite this, the MSPT improvement is still almost as much as 1.16. These features will later be rewritten, and then enabled when they finally work.
  • What is CaffieineMC? | 2021-03-05
  • Which carpet addons are helpful to have?
    You can use for optimisations
  • I want true vanila experience in server
    Fabric alongside Lithium and Phosphor. Performance will be worse than paper unfortunately.
  • fps-boosting mods? | 2021-01-15
    And then go on with Lithium which improves the 'internal server' of Minecraft with some other tweaks to the game logic; making it more efficient, thus faster. It can improve performance with CPU bound systems.
  • Pillagers are a real pain
    Woah woah that’s probably way more pillagers than you need. Have you seen this video? Gnembon does a good expert job explaining the mechanics of golem spawning. He has a more recent video explaining the changes in 1.16 - most of the spawning / timing stuff is the same as for this 1.14 design but the villager modules 1) don’t need work stations and 2) need string, carpets and chains to limit wake-up standing locations. To reduce lag, you could build the farm in the overworld outside the spawn chunks or in the end like you wanted, but limiting the ‘scaring’ to be every 5 min like he says might help too (idk). You could also check out Lithium for Fabric if you have a lot of entity lag.