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Problem with minecraft on my new MacBook Air


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After 15 minutes of playing minecraft on my MacBook Air 13" i realized that it is heating and making a loud fan noise. What can i do to decrease heating and fan noise? Sorry for my mistakes, i am from Poland
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Thats hardly a "problem". Even thought Minecraft looks like a 8 bit game that doesn't need any graphics card to run, it does… hard. Which will produce lots of heat. Nothing much you can do, especially since you are on a MBA which runs hotter than other Macs since it packs so much into such a small space.


The one thing that you can do that will help a little bit is to install,Optifine
Upside to that is that it also will improve your FPS, as it modifies the games rendering engine for better performance.

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