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How do AIOs work and why don't they require much/any service to work? 

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Because they're all-in-one part...

I guess you could say that they're less likely to fail because of less parts to go bad. In a custom water cooling loop with tons of brackets, there is a greater potential for something to go wrong, but in something like an AIO, there are fewer parts and therefore a lesser chance of having something go wrong. 

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They work like a normal open loop works, except they're compacted. The pump is integrated into the CPU block assembly, etc. I figure they're maintenance-light because the components and materials in the loop are paired together for maximum endurance as opposed to pure performance.

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5 minutes ago, PerfectPlasma said:

How do AIOs work and why don't they require much/any service to work? 

it's a sealed system. it's designed to stay that way. i don't think you open your AC unit to do anything to it or all your water system in your house. it's essentially the same thing

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