When I login to the server with client version 1.18.1-Aristois Release, the game is completely lag, but when I log in to the server with client version 1.18.1 OptiFine (Without Aristois), there is no problem and there is no lag. Also I tried to disable all cheats but unfortunately the problem still remained.
I want to know it is possible to install Aristois client on OptiFine version (Not Release - Something like OptiFine 1.18.1 Aristois)?
Because I have lag in Release client with or without Cheats.
Thanks for your support and I'm sorry if I had a wrong sentence because I do not know English well
Why am I getting low FPS/High CPU Usage on 1.18?
If you're updating from 1.17.1 to 1.18+, you may notice a decrease in performance, or an increase in CPU usage or lag spikes. This is not caused by Aristois, but by Minecraft itself.
In 1.18, world generation has changed. The height limit was both increased to 319 and was also lowered to -64. This means that chunks are much much larger now, and they take more resources to load. You may not notice any significant lag in Vanilla, but this is most likely because your game is running around 70-80% usage. Aristois adds just a little bit more resources to the game to cause it to rise to the 80-90% range, which will start causing stuttering and freezing. If you open your F3 menu, you can see this in the upper right-hand corner.
TL;DR: New world generation = More RAM needed. Allocate more.
So, how is it fixed?
All you need to do is allocate more RAM to Aristois. Make sure to check how much RAM your PC has before changing it, and never allocate more than half your RAM, or over 10G. You can follow the instructions below to do this:
- Close the game and open the launcher.
- Go to the "Installations" tab.
- Edit the Aristois profile.
- Click "More Options" at the bottom of the profile settings.
- Change -Xmx2G to your desired amount. 3G or 4G should be plenty. For example, you might change it to -Xmx3G.
- Save and launch Aristois.
How in TLauncher?
We don't support tlauncher, so I can't help you. Google it