How Much RAM Do You Need for A Minecraft Server

June 29, 2020



In this video, we go over exactly how much RAM you need for a Minecraft server. From modded servers to Bukkit servers to Paper servers, we cover it all in this video. Thus, no matter what kind of Minecraft server you want to run, you will now know how much RAM you need to add for a Minecraft server. We even talk about Forge and Sponge servers, and we even go over how much RAM you need per player on a Minecraft server!

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About this video: This video is our complete guide on how much RAM you need for a Minecraft server. We cover everything from how much RAM you need for a modded Minecraft server to how much RAM a Bukkit/Spigot server needs. It is all covered in-depth in this video. Thus, let’s go ahead and jump into how much RAM to add to a Minecraft server!

Now, how much RAM your server needs is very dependant on the type of server you are running. Specifically, whether you are running a server with plugins or mods. Plugin based servers use significantly less #RAM than modded servers, and they run more efficiently overall. Modded servers are less efficient, and vanilla servers are somewhere in the middle. Yes, servers with plugins can use less RAM as they are more optimized.

Starting off, let’s look at vanilla Minecraft servers. Each player on a vanilla Minecraft server with no mods or plugins will use about 100MB of RAM. Some payers will use less server RAM, and others will use more. This amount, however, will make sure you are safe no matter what. With this, for every 10 players on your server, you need about 1GB of RAM when you are running a vanilla Minecraft server.

When adding in plugins and mods, however, this can change drastically. Some plugins will use more RAM than others, but overall, for every 20 plugins you add to your server, you will need to add an additional 1GB of RAM. Using the same amount of RAM for 10 players as mentioned above, a server with 10 players running 20 plugins would need 2GB of RAM. 1GB for players and 1GB for plugins.

What about a modded server though? Well, this is where things can get a bit more complicated. Most mods are not designed to be running on a Minecraft server. Because of this, they can eat RAM for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. For a modded server, RAM per player goes up to 150MB per player. You then need to assume about 30MB of RAM per mod also. Thus, a modded Minecraft server running 10 players and 100 mods needs around 4.5GB of RAM. As you can see, modded servers end up needing a lot more RAM than plugin-based servers simply because you will have a lot more mods than plugins.

For example, our SkyBlock server has 58 plugins. If it were mod based, it would have over 200. This is why our network server and all others are based on Bukkit/Spigot and thus run plugins, not mods.

Overall, a general rule of thumb is that for plugin and vanilla Minecraft servers, you need
1GB of RAM for every 10 players and 1GB of RAM for every 20 plugins. When it comes to modded Minecraft servers, you need 1.5GB of RAM for every 10 players and 3GB of RAM for every 100 mods added. If you use these general guidelines, you should never run out of RAM on your Minecraft servers!

And there you have it! That is exactly how much RAM you need for a Minecraft server. From modded Forge servers to Bukkit servers running plugins, you now know the amount of a RAM you need for it! If you have any questions about RAM on a Minecraft server, please let us know in the comment section down below, and if we did help you decide how much RAM your server needs, give this video a thumbs up and subscribe to the channel if you haven’t already. It really helps us out, and it means a ton to me!

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    The Breakdown June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • you are the biggest virgin I've ever seen

    Ahah No June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • Single player for me takes 1.5GB so how could it only use 250mb on a server?

    Louis2003 June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • how much for a 7 player rlcraft server?

    Austin Andrews June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • Server: check
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    Friends: oof

    MDJ Music June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • Rule of thumb: 1.14 or above? Add +1 GB
    Have intense redstone users? Calculate 250 mb per player

    remco moerland June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • Apex is not a good mc server hoster you could honestly just buy your own computer and host a server on there or there are cheaper servers that are as good as apex.

    AncientPickle June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • For a server of 3-4 people and around 300 mods (MCEternal) they recommend MIN 5,5 and 8 MAX on solo.. wouldn’t be overkill to give 7-8 RAM for the server? Just asking really those equations don’t really add up i think about “x mods = fix number of Go” what should I go fir the specs of this server?

    Jérémy June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • You are a very fast speaker

    T Rex June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • wait so you are telling me my 500$ server pc (64gb of ram, ryzen 3 1200 and a some random gpu for a display output) is more then enough for 5 players in total on the server with 0 plugins

    PvPLab June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • So I gave 10gb of ram to my server since It's running on my laptop which has 16gb. I don't touch my laptop much anymore so now it's my server. lol

    FinnishArmy June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • Superkai where u at

    EDDIETIME June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • Intel i3 9100f Is good cpu for a minecraft server whit 40 mods and 15 players ?.

    Carlos Xd June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • Thank you so much for the tips! I'm currently looking to get a Minecraft server for my discord community and this came right on time!

    NORCLA June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • For the people trying out owning a server for the first time i recommend 3gb of ram. This way you can have 10 – 20 people on the server and experience no lag. There are also a lot of ways to optimize your server like switching from a vanilla server to a paper or spigot server, set your server view distance to no more than 10 chunks, you can set a world border and so on just look some stuf up and maybe find reddit threads.

    Cursed June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • Thanks for the help, setting up a school-wide server at the moment and was wondering what was too overkill (the giant computer I'm using has 512 GB of RAM and would really dent my own power bill).

    Bacon2387 June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • Wow man take a break and breath

    Adam Kirchner-Jacobsen June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • Someone, please reply, so for a 1.15.2 Server with 10 Players 1GB is fine?

    SuperMatyi123 June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • Fun fact: you need to worry about CPU more than Ram when it comes to Minecraft Server

    HongyiMC June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • 10k player's server how much ram used

    Nikolas Gregor14 June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • But i just bought a 1gb nitrado server in vanilla and it lags all the time with me and a friend on it+ console spamms server cant keep up even if we dont do nothing

    SNAGGY June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • Can I host non-premium servers? I mean to host a server that is for both premium and non-premium

    Terr June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • TIP!!! If you are not using forge or fabric and you are running just a Vanilla server then use paper as it is extremely server friendly and sooo lag free, it just feels like you are running a client side game.

    bhop calmcat June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • how much would i need for 4 people/50ish forge mod server
    im planning on running it just for some friends but no lists seem to talk about anything lower than 10 player and i wanna know if it makes a difference

    jp bomer June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • This is bs, i get 50 players on 1gb of ram spigot server with 10 plugins.

    Redstoneguy129 June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • 100mb def doesnt feel like enough anymore, even on vanilla!

    Sean Thomas June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • Thanks!

    Fury June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • Uh wuts the wecommended amount of d-deditated wam i should have to server

    Turd Man Jones June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • Ty so much for this video!

    Igor Boson June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • I am playing on a local sever (regular save game) and java uses 14GB OF RAM WHEN I AM USING SHADERS WTF??

    Memetrain2509 June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • i believe he is talking about dedicated servers running on console based Linux/BSD distributions because my papermc alone with no plugins and players, running on win7, takes up about 900 megs alone

    StupidJoke June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • How much ram do I need for a 1.15.2 Paper Server with 50 plugins and 50 slots

    Edit: I currently have 6gb ram allocated to that server.

    Retarody June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • bro i got 5 people and 8g of ram and im still lagging

    Nicolas d'Avout June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • Can i get 2gb or 3gb 24/7 srv free? Is there anyone?

    Pro Gamer June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • How much for 1.12 skyblock server with 10 players

    Pro Gamer June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • How do you create a server via the "hard way"? (Non – dedicated Minecraft hosting provider, just a regular domain and some HTML and Java knowledge)

    Slavko Bogdanic June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • i was trying to host a server off my pc with 20 gigs of ram and it said it couldnt keep up the ram was dedicated to the server correctly

    TRAKR 64 June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • Does the same thing applies to bedrock?

    Dom playz June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • Do Datapacks use the same amount of RAM as plugins, or more/less?

    NeNeppie June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply
  • I have a server that i will run with 2 to 4 people and i give it 4gb and It still lags. I will get server cant keep up when someone is out exploring. Is this just somthing that cant be fixed?

    Joel Ferguson June 29, 2020 6:14 pm Reply

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