While Minecraft's graphics are rather simple and the game might appear to be lightweight on the surface, it can be quite costly to run. Minecraft is processor-intensive, which might cause issues for players who are trying to multitask.

Luckily, the community has come up with a number of solutions to this issue. Players can install a number of mods or texture packs to boost Minecraft FPS.

In this article, Gurugamer is going to showcase the 5 best texture packs to boost FPS in Minecraft 1.19.

1. MS Painted

MS Painted Resource Pack (1.19.2, 1.18.2) for Minecraft was created entirely in Microsoft Paint and used its default color palette of 20 different colors. The lack of fancy and detailed texture makes this pack super lightweight and suitable for all kinds of systems. The original pack started as a joke but the developer decided to do it seriously after positive feedback.

Ms Painted

Appearance-wise, the MS Painted pack gives players a welcome and warm cartoony atmosphere like one of those 90′ children's TV shows. Apparently, all the resources in the pack were created in MS Paint using a mouse.

2. Easy Blocks

Unlike the MS Painted pack which put a spin on the usual Minecraft texture, Easy Blocks stay true to the Minecraft vanilla theme. It is a basic 16x16 texture pack with the same fidelity as the vanilla texture of Minecraft. However, the pack reduces some particular effects to make the texture simpler and easier to load.

Easy Blocks

The graphics of this pack is much crisper and pixels are much better separated - this results in blockier and more cartoonish visuals. Textures for all types of blocks were changed including diamonds, cobblestone, granite, stone, dirt, different types of ores, lapis, etc.

3. Tiny Pixels

Tiny Pixels is a pack with vibrant colors and smooth textures that keeps within the feel of vanilla while still straying quite far stylistically. Instead of the usually detailed surface, it has a much more stylized look, appearing more similar to Legos blocks. Most of the textures are solid colors, with shading applied at the edges of blocks to help separate them. This makes the blocks look good at large distances and prevent them from blending into each other too much.

Tiny Pixels

Higher-resolution resource packs do not always translate into more fun - Tiny Pixels actually downscale the resolution from the default 16x to 8x. This saves processing power greatly.

4. Paper Cut Out

Paper Cut Out is a classic cartoon-style texture pack with the theme of folded paper and paper cut. Its simple style aims to make your Minecraft graphics look like flat, paper cut-outs of the original.

Paper Cut Out

What this pack lacks in high-quality graphics, it makes up for in simplicity. The textures are small in size, which lowers loading time.

5. F8thful

F8thful is a vanilla friendly resource pack where every texture has been recreated in 8x8! By using a resolution that is half the standard in the vanilla version of Minecraft, the pack creates a whole new visual experience without altering gameplay. F8thful can easily turn the usual Minecraft graphics into an old 8bit game.


Because F8thful texture pack uses a lower resolution, players can get a considerable boost in FPS.

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