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How long can I expect AIO cooling loops last

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   I have seen lot post on different Tech  forums about AIO cool loops. I have more then couple of system that use it. Never had single issue after with them after 2000 hours operation.  The system that run that have the most time on it is ESXI box that built back 8/9/2013. That machine has been in operation for about 41,000 in short it has basically run all the time since it was built.  Tech specs of the machine are not the greatest AMD fx 8120 running a Gigabyte board ga-970a-ud3, 32 GB ddr 3 1600, and runs a corsair 650 watt power supply.  Also that machine has always ran on ups. That machine for AIO loop uses Corsair h80

            The other machine that I have that always run AIO loop is i5 2500k that for longest time was my gaming computer it was built back in 2011 and has run Corsair h90 for all life. That machine only has 15,000 hours of use on it.  Now days that computer runs 24x7. Handles DVR, holds acronis backups from the other machines, it aslo run all network monitoring have for my  network, and also run my plex server.  The system is overclocked to 4.4 ghz for it entire life. The system has never had issue with the overclock. Will  run at 100% cpu load for weeks on end(Video encoding project).  

         I was wonder what other people have had experience with AIO loops? My theory about AIO loops as long as I don't get temp alert in my email, The system is fine.

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In general, I think 3-5 years is a reasonable expectation. Not uncommon for it to be longer, or shorter. 

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41 minutes ago, William M said:

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Most times it's the pump that goes on those units but at the very least they should last the manufacture's warranty period which is pretty good these days usually around 5-7 years. 

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