Alone in the Dark: Illumination System Requirements

12th August 2021 - Specs reviewed

Minimum Requirements

  • OS: Windows 7 32-bit
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad Q8200 2.33GHz / AMD Phenom 9600 Quad-Core
  • Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 6850 or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460
  • RAM: 4 GB
  • HDD: 15 GB
  • DirectX 11 Compatible Graphics Card
 

Recommended Requirements

  • OS: Windows 7 64-bit
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad Q8300 2.5GHz / AMD Phenom II X4 805
  • Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 6970 or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580
  • RAM: 8 GB
  • HDD: 15 GB
  • DirectX 11 Compatible Graphics Card
PC System Analysis For Alone in the Dark: Illumination Requirements
Alone in the Dark: Illumination requires at least a Radeon HD 6970 or GeForce GTX 580 to meet recommended requirements running on high graphics setting, with 1080p resolution. This hardware should achieve 60FPS. To summarise, Alone in the Dark: Illumination needs around a 11 year old PC to play at recommended settings.
FPS System Benchmark
146 FPS
High
Graphics Card
8
How well optimised is Alone in the Dark: Illumination for PC? 10
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Genres: Adventure , Stealth
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Alone in the Dark: Illumination System Requirements

Minimum
Recommended
Processor
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VRAM
RAM
4 GB
8 GB
OS
Windows 7 32-bit
Windows 7 64-bit
DirectX
11
11
HDD Space
15 GB
15 GB

Alone in the Dark: Illumination PC Release Date:

2015

Alternative Game Tags: alone in the dark 7, alone in the dark, alone in the dark illumination, alone in the dark reboot, alone in the dark requirements, illumination, aitd,

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20:46 Jul-11-2015

Can I run it at 4k?

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10:27 Aug-15-2015

yes :D

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00:54 Jun-12-2015

Any chance?

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00:59 Jun-12-2015

It'll run good with windowed mode and view distance set to lower than EPIC and VSync turned off.

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01:03 Jun-12-2015

Can i play with my res. full and settings low with fullscreen?? Sry for bad english :)

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01:06 Jun-12-2015

There are three types of screens in settings: fullscreen, windowed and borderless. Setting it to fullscreen|borderless will net you about 30-40 fps. (even with low settings)

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01:07 Jun-12-2015

Ok thanks mate for reply :)

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00:52 Jun-12-2015

Got it... let's say that I'm disappointed now. We've got another L4D clone that works on my NVidia GT 640M with 30-40 FPS (excluding the throttling problem), i3 processor and roughly 4 GB of free RAM.

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21:45 Oct-30-2014

what settings for me?

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10:58 Oct-31-2014

at your res you can run it at medium / tweaked-high settings :)

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18:00 Oct-30-2014

Golden tick on CPU and RAM but a big red cross of disappointment on GPU. Time to upgrade.

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10:58 Oct-31-2014

your res is too high for your gpu :) at 720p you can run it at medium-high settings! i know 'cause i have had an Asus GTX 650. this card is nice at 720p! :) and you have a good cpu that can handle all the games out there! :)

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14:39 Oct-30-2014

Settings for me and possible FPS?

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15:06 Oct-30-2014

at your res max settings! 60 fps! ;)

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16:44 Oct-30-2014

Thanks! I'm going to upgrade to 1980x1080 monitor soon. Is that going to affect my FPS a lot? And will the game look better and a higher resolution, or just fit the bigger screen?

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11:11 Oct-31-2014

at fullHD(1080p) there are more pixel so your games look better! and your gpu will elaborate more pixel and there will be more gpu-usage, more stress for the gpu (higher temps, just a bit), so the gpu cannot keep the same framerate of the 720p resolution. for example: if you play a game at 720p,with 60fps --> at fullHD (SAME SETTINGS) you will get about 15-20 FPS less! your gpu is great for 1080p!

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13:29 Oct-31-2014

Thank you!!! I really needed someone who knows these things to explain them to me :)

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14:07 Oct-31-2014

Trust me, 1080p monitor will be awesome. I was amazed when changed my old 1367x768 monitor to a 1080p one.

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13:46 Oct-31-2014

i suggest to upgrade your monitor soon! you will notice huge improvements in terms of quality and details. :) but i suggest to upgrade your cpu too! ;)

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09:07 Nov-01-2014

Yeah, I know my CPU is not made for gaming. I'm going to upgrade it soon to a i5 atleast, but for now I can say it gets the job done for most of the games, even though its a dual-core.

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