Minecraft is a game with virtually unlimited crafting capabilities. Users have created a 1:1 scale representation of the entire country of Denmark, a recreation of King’s Landing from the Game of Thrones television show, and even a mini-game version of Minecraft within the game itself.

Minecraft is also one of the best-selling games of all time. Heavily inspired by Zach Barth's Infiniminer and developed by Mojang, the alpha of Minecraft was released back in 2009, with the full release arriving in late 2011. The game was acquired by Microsoft in 2014.

This article will take an in-depth look at Minecraft’s graphical settings, as well as the impacts that they have on the game. We'll also give you a good idea of the kind of PC hardware you'll need to run Minecraft to your own personal satisfaction. If you just want to know what to buy without all the in-depth analysis, you can skip to the recommendations sections.

Minecraft is a very easy game to run. Almost any system is able to run it at the bare minimum, and most can run it at maximum settings.

Let's take a look at what Logical Increments tier you should build to play Minecraft.

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