Rubidium Mod for Minecraft 1.20.2, 1.20.1, 1.19.4 and 1.18.2

Rubidium Mod for Minecraft 1.20.2, 1.20.1, 1.19.4 and 1.18.2, a fantastic performance and optimisation add-on based on Sodium, but in this case, for Forge. One of the most notable aspects is the use of a modern OpenGL rendering pipeline, improving the rendering of chunks.

This technology leverages multi-drawing techniques that generate an astonishing impact by significantly reducing CPU overhead. By using Rubidium, gamers can expect to see a staggering 90% reduction in workload, which can make a big difference on most computers.

It also addresses the resource efficiency of the GPU. Data becomes much more compact, resulting in an almost 40% reduction in video memory and bandwidth requirements. This not only saves resources, but also enables smoother performance on hardware-constrained systems.

Nearby block updates are another important area of improvement. Multi-threading is now exploited to drastically reduce delay spikes caused by the need to update chunks. This ensures a smoother gaming experience, even in graphically demanding situations.

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In addition, Rubidium is perfectly compatible with the vast majority of Forge mods, which is not at all the case with its closest rival, OptiFine. And not only that, as it is perfectly compatible with shaders, although it is necessary to install an add-on (Oculus) from the same creator.

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Creator of Rubidium