Max Framerate Slider PC Resource Pack

This mod adds a new slider in the Video Settings menu which allows the user to change the max framerate of the game from 10 to 250 fps or unlimited. Each slider step increases the number by 10. If you are using a 60hz monitor, you will still benefit from having higher fps than 60 because you will experience less screen tearing.

Creator: IForgotToBreath


A similar mod was made three years ago but it doesn’t function properly for modern versions of MCPE on windows 10. This mod was made by copying “general_section.json” from ui/settings_sections folder and removing the line “ignored : ($is_publish)”.

[email protected]_common.option_slider”: {
“ignored”: “($is_publish)”,
“$option_label”: “#max_framerate_slider_label”,

If this mod becomes obsolete, we can update it by getting the newer version of the file “general_section.json” and doing the same process. Deleting the ignored line. I also tried to add more settings like MSAA, Bloom and Xbox live Sign-Out but it didn’t work. BTW, if you want to remove vignette, you can disable fancy graphics (just so you know). This mod was made with windows 10 support in mind and may not function on mobile versions of the game.


  1. Download Resources .McPack
  2. Start Minecraft
  3. Settings > Global Resources > Apply the pack

You can download a .ZIP file for this pack here.

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30 Responses

4.47 / 5 (17 votes)
  1. Jacoby says:

    Does anyone know if this works well on Xbox? I need some input

  2. TheHeroTimDrake says:


  3. Tadpole says:

    Works I used to get 30 FPS on my iPad mini 4 now it’s 60 so 10/10

  4. Anonymous says:

    Wow thanks it did help for my many Armor stands

  5. Jaden says:

    Good resource pack my FPS improved by a bunch. Thanks!

  6. DelTaco24 says:

    Thumbnail was clickbait but this mod thing did help my FPS before I came across this my FPS on my laggy world was like 30 at worst and 50 at best but this did improve my FPS a bit but not perfect on 250 I get like 60-80 so ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

    • Z3GamerTV says:

      actually, this isnt a clickbait thumbnail. It’s showing that if your computer can go to 250 fps then it will go up o that instead of 1-60 fps

  7. DelTaco24 says:

    Why didn’t I get the increased render distance bar that’s what I downloaded it for that would make make for sum GUI screenshots

  8. ItzNorixKunz says:

    Where link for windows10

  9. D says:

    turn all false into true. that’s how u get world generation template on settings

  10. KiddGaming0624 says:

    Does this work on mobile phones?

  11. Entity_Destroy says:

    Cool but one problem, it didn’t work on render distance and I’m on an IPad so the max is 6. Please increase the render distance.

  12. ScellyCraft_YT says:

    It works well but if I slide the slider past 60 the actual frame rate limit doesn’t change. It stays around 60 according to Nvidia experience fps counter. (example: I slide it to unlimited and the actual fps stays at 60)

  13. Choco says:

    Will 120hz monitor work with full frames?

  14. htk says:

    MSAA works fine for me(my pack).

  15. SteveBricks says:

    Too bad its only fot win 10 edition..
    Can h make a mobile version of this please?

  16. Eddie says:

    Actually this can be achieved via option.txt

  17. Anonymous says:

    Ummm… I kinda dont approve. Its a great idea but this website is called MCPE.DL ans MCPE is Minecraft:Pocket Edition sooo… Its fine if you made it for PC but this website if for Bedrock too.

    • ScellyCraft_YT says:

      it is for bedrock tho. its for minecraft windows 10 edition which runs on the bedrock engine.

    • Minecrafterz says:

      Because it’s for Win 10 and Win 10 is bedrock too. But then why someone also upload with a scripting, scripting is yet only vailable for win 10

    • Dark says:

      You do realize that bedrock is on Windows 10, Xbox, switch, and mobile…… this is for Windows 10 version of bedrock

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