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"How can I prevent high temperatures when using Topaz Video AI during hot weather?"

Topaz Video AI can increase CPU and GPU temperatures, reaching up to 90°C and 90-98°C, respectively.

High temperatures may lead to thermal throttling, reducing performance.

Optimal hardware includes a DirectX12 compatible GPU and an Intel CPU from 2015 or AMD CPU from 2016.

Macs require macOS 10.15 or newer for Topaz Video AI to function properly.

Topaz Video AI can consume significant processing power, potentially causing overheating and crashes.

Adequate hardware is essential to prevent overheating, especially during long video rendering sessions.

Topaz Video AI recommends maximized fan speeds for cooling during operation.

High temperatures might indicate a risk of hardware damage due to heat exposure.

The application turning processor speed up and down may contribute to overheating issues.

Limiting Topaz Video AI and FFmpeg CPU usage can help prevent overheating and crashes.

Video Enhance AI, the technology behind Topaz Video AI, uses machine learning to enlarge videos up to 8k resolution.

Continuous high temperatures may negatively impact a device's long-term performance and lifespan.

While rendering videos, maintaining a clean and well-ventilated workspace can help lower temperatures.

Regularly monitoring and maintaining cooling systems, such as fans and heat sinks, ensures efficient cooling during video rendering.

Topaz Video AI is designed for deinterlacing, upscaling, removing motion blur, and creating slow-motion video.

Parallel task handling in Topaz Video AI can be adjusted to reduce heat generation during processing.

Overheating issues may worsen on laptops due to limited cooling capabilities compared to desktop computers.

Topaz Video AI has been redesigned and engineered from the ground up for better performance in version 2.0 and later.

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