SFLP Shaders for Minecraft 1.12.2/1.11.2

SFLP Shaders for Minecraft 1.12.2/1.11.2

Are you envious of those wonderful Minecraft screenshots and videos that use Shader packs and wish that you could use one of your own? Then luck is on your side as this shader pack is designed specifically for low-end potato PCs!

SFLP Shaders Mod 1.12.2/1.11.2 is a shader pack created by username Davaxyr. This pack is created for low-end PCs and is compatible for all kinds of graphics cards including the common Intel HD Graphics. This shader pack is especially optimized for PCs with low specs.

What the SFLP Shaders is About

SFLP Shaders Mod for Minecraft 1.12.2 is all about keeping performance and FPS high while providing the basic shader effects and making vanilla Minecraft more visually appealing.

Minimal system requirements

The shader pack’s requirement is very minimal, but don’t expect that it won’t affect your FPS. SFLP requires at least 1.5GB of RAM and a Dual-Core 1GHZ processor. To get Minecraft playable, you should at least have that requirement to start with.

Graphics Card Compatibility

The shader pack supports all kinds of graphics cards like AMD, Nvidia, and Intel. The pack is compatible with all kinds of graphics cards as long as they support at least GLSL 1.2 and OpenGL 2.0. In addition, the graphics cards you use should be anything from 2012 and above. Any cards below 2010 will not work due to outdated and unsupported functions.

Keep in mind that you should keep your graphics card drivers up to date to avoid errors and performance loss.

3 versions; Lite, Low, and Standard

The shader pack is separated into three different versions: Lite, Low, and Standard. The Lite version requires the minimum system requirements but provides the least graphical enhancements and visual effects. If you’re using a Potato PC but still want to install a shader pack, then the Lite version is what you want. The Standard version provides decent visual effects and enhancements but might eat up some of your FPS. If you have low-mid end PC, want to play with a Shader, and don’t mind a bite or two on the FPS, then this is the one for you. Low version is somewhere between the lines of lite and standard.

Beautiful Sepia-like effect

All of the three versions of the SFLP Shaders features a sepia-like filter – making the game a bit classical and giving it a nostalgic feel.

Should You Use It?

If you don’t mind the sepia-like filter that makes the game look a bit older that it should, then we recommend this Shader pack to enjoy the graphical enhancements that shader packs bring like waving grass, waving tree leaves, sun rays, waving waters, and more. The Lite version of the pack only eats a few FPS, if it eats any at all, and even low-end PCs can use the pack. However, if you have a beast PC, then you might want a better looking Shader pack instead.

How to install SFLP Shaders?

To install this Shader pack you must first download and install Optifine or Shaders mod. Afterwards, you may follow the steps below:

  1. Download the SFLP Shader from below buttons.
  2. Launch Minecraft with the mod Optifine installed.
  3. Go to Minecraft home screen > Options > Video Setting> Shaders
  4. Press “Open Shaderpack folder” to open a separate window.
  5. Copy and paste the SFLP shader pack inside the folder.
  6. Use the shader pack inside Minecraft and have fun!
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bruh the dropbox link doesn’t works


Need Re-upload


wow :O


I love the shaders but I’ve got a bit of an issue, the water has a bunch of red lines around where the reflections should be. I have played with all the settings and do not know what is causing this


it’s too red and the water looks like a wubble slime I don’t like it

im not a 13 year old fan boy

the link is broken


I noticed that the stars are gone when it becomes night, if you could fix it that would be nice, but any ways, love the pack and will be using it from now on.


Hey dude, Can you fix the nether? Nether has white sky, so the parts not loaded in look bright and nether doesnt feel like nether and Lava is transparent, if you are in it. I would like to know how u did this and make it slightly transparent, so i can see while im in it, just like water.


This shader boosted my FPS by ~100 :D
I had 80 or so FPS, but with this shader i have 160-200 FPS on average. And it looks nice too! Thx!