Repair AIO water cooling PCGH

Radiators are heat exchangers utilized for cooling internal combustion engines, mainly in automobiles yet likewise in piston-engined aircraft, train locomotives, motorcycles, fixed generating plant or any comparable usage of such an engine.
Inner combustion engines are commonly cooled by flowing a liquid called engine coolant with the engine block, where it is heated up, then via a radiator where it sheds warmth to the ambience, and also then went back to the engine. Engine coolant is usually water-based, however may likewise be oil. It is common to use a water pump to force the engine coolant to circulate, and likewise for an axial follower to compel air via the radiator.

Often a faulty cooling is noticeable by an overheated CPU in a simultaneous cold radiator. If then the pump is resting, it will be time to analyze the inner life more accurately. As a result, something can occur, which should not be in a water cooling cycle. Deposits, clogged passages and dirty cooling fluid. The problems that can arise in an AIO seem varied.

Many of the problems are due to the use of two different materials in a water cycle: copper and aluminum. A combination caused by the unetheless aluminum and the noble copper for corrosion of aluminum. Although the manufacturers want to prevent this with water additives, all kinds of deposits arise in the system. However, before a defective AIO is thrown away or exchanged, nothing speaks to open the locked cycle and waiting for the system. The disassembly, cleaning, rinsing and refilling are often easier than expected. Anyone who makes work with a bit of patience can significantly extend the lifetime of his cooling or even breathe new life of his broken water cooling.

If you want to know more about the topic, you can watch in this video, as our editor Jan expanses and cleans an all-in-one water cooling.

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