How does the AIO cooling system work
This type of heatsink has a closed cycle with all custom cooling elements but he does not need maintenance and that the user is doing anything installed. As a general rule, the CPU block is where the pump draws the coolant from the tubes to the radiator, where the fluid flows through a series of channels while the fans cool down and then back to the other tube back up the CPU block, when the pump pushes it back to the radiator and so on.
The fluid within these systems is usually contained high thermal transmission but low electrical transmission
What are the dangers of using an AIO refrigerator?
The risk of this type of heatsinks being technically implanted is twofold, and first and foremost we are at risk of leakage. If a leak occurs, the fluid will come out of the closed circuit and you can be replaced by other PC components, the ability to produce a real disaster and that would destroy all our possessions.
This is a very low risk, but they are programs that are leaked. However, there is always the risk that let's hurt some part or a liquid cooling tube during installation (by overheating the tube or hitting the radiator, for example), and even though they have a very long life, the tubes do not cease to have plastic symptoms that can ruin the time and heat, curl and allow the liquid to pierce them.
There is also a tendency for galvanic corrosion, which becomes an equivalent to the above and, eventually, will cause the fluid to disappear. Yet we emphasize the fact that this is difficult to do, and if it does, it will be so if we do abusing the phone, if we've hit it, or it has been working for a long time. Most manufacturers offer a 5-year warranty, so It is not something we should be worried about in the short term
The second danger of using the AIO refrigerator is that the pipe is broken. Unlike air immersion, which even the fans keep cool, the AIO fluid cooling kit requires that the pump actually presses the fluid by region, and at any time stop doing it the processor temperature will increase rapidly being able to make it reach its limit and the equipment will shut down due to overheating, being able to reach the end of the processor cracks.
So, you've seen it. Use liquid cooling rather than its hazards, which is not that they are overly sensitive, but of course compared to the air heatsink, it is very dangerous.