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"What is the best laptop to use for Topaz Video Enhance AI?"

Topaz Video Enhance AI uses machine learning and artificial intelligence to improve the quality of videos, including upscaling, denoising, de-interlacing, and resolution enhancement.

The software recommends using a laptop with a dedicated graphics card, at least 8 GB of RAM, and a multi-core processor for optimal performance.

NVIDIA graphics cards, such as those found in the Dell XPS 15, HP Envy x360, or Lenovo Yoga C940, are well-suited for running Topaz Video Enhance AI.

Laptops with AMD Ryzen processors, like the Asus ROG Zephyrus or MSI Alpha 15, can also handle the software's demands.

The specific system requirements may vary depending on the complexity of the video enhancements and the user's desired output quality.

For example, a system with an Intel 12900K processor, 64 GB of RAM, and dual EVGA RTX3090 graphics cards can upscale a 1-hour video in roughly 3 hours.

A MacBook Pro with any Mx chip variant can also run the software smoothly, with higher-end models performing up to three times faster than base models.

An M1 Max or M2 Max Mac would be the ideal choice for Apple users, offering significant speed improvements over lower-end models.

Topaz Video AI supports both Intel and AMD CPUs with AVX2 instructions, and requires at least 16 GB of system memory (RAM), with 32 GB or more recommended.

A graphics card with at least 6 GB of VRAM, such as the NVIDIA GTX 900 series or higher or AMD Radeon 500 series or higher, is essential for optimal performance.

For earlier versions of the software, Windows 7 and 8 are supported, while Windows 10 is recommended for best results.

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