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Lara89 Jan 13, 2013 @ 1:47pm
Alan Wake run on Radeon HD 7450?
Hello everyone! who can tell me if alan wake can run on a PC with the following requirements?
i3 2.20 ghz ati radeon hd 7450m. I tried to play and it seems little fluid as if it were jerky and type on the right side there are brown spots. Sorry for enghish but i'm italian :) Thanks!!!
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Ritke Jan 13, 2013 @ 3:27pm 
That's not a very good gaming graphics card, but apparently someone has overclocked so that it runs even Battlefield 3 well. Have you checked Alan Wake's Options -> Graphics -> Advanced, and put Ultra Low settings?
Lara89 Jan 15, 2013 @ 5:23am 
Yes i did, but the situation is still the same...
Thrane20 Jan 19, 2013 @ 3:25am 
I run Alan Wake on a Radeon 6500 series - and it runs quite well. I'm sure the gfx are on low - but it still runs fast and is very playable. I don't think there's anything wrong with a 7450!
Lara89 Jan 21, 2013 @ 5:57am 
understand ... try again to lower levels
Lara89 Jan 27, 2013 @ 6:30am 
now I'm having a doubt ... my laptop has two video cards: a intel hd and a radeon hd 7450. installing another game I noticed that it uses that poor and can not be changed, so I thought that maybe alan wake malfunctioned because it does not use the radeon. how can I decide which card to use him?
RoMaK ︻スデ══一 Jan 31, 2013 @ 10:28am 
Hello Lara,
I have an Intel HD 4000 Graphic Card and an AMD Radeon HD 7670M Video Card on my Windows 8, but the problem was, that every programm and game started with the Intel Card (Alan Wake, too. The game had no textures). So after some tries with the settings of my computer, I found out that you can change the graphic option of programms and games by klicking the right mouse button on your Desktop and then going to the option "Switch Graphic Conficurations" or something like that ( I don't know, because I have everything written in German). Now there must be a window, called "Catalyst Control Center" and under this something like "Programms opened last". There must be the "Alan Wake".exe and next to it an option where you can switch between something like "Energy-Saving" and "High-Performance". Then you must be able to change from energy-saving to high-performance. If you do that, Alan Wake must run correct and without problems.
I hope I could help you. If not I wish you good luck.
PS: Sorry for my English mistakes.
Lara89 Mar 6, 2013 @ 11:21am 
Hy! Don't worry, I'm not English, but Italian and help me with the google translator hahaha! :)
I respond very late because I uninstalled the game. Unfortunately, I tried as you say but not with Alan wake but with another game and not the most! It is not a game that requires graphics performance .. Thanks anyway for the advice ... I know that I will play on the pc of my boyfriend :)
[-SoL-]YuriBrazilU2 Apr 3, 2013 @ 5:05pm 
you can do it but in 720p with AA, FXAA, SSAO=OFF, AF=16X, Godray=low, Backdrop=middle.
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