Originally Posted by DiaSin
I was always told to only buy coolants labeled as non-conductive. For example this
It's a marketing claim. FluidXP contains primarily de-ionized water. There's no magic in it, just corrosion protectors, biocides and a surfectant. While the coolant starts off having low conductivity, as you run the coolant through your system, free ions from the metals will ionise the water. This happens slowly, and the corrosion protectors will inhibit the effect. But it's there and so the conductivity increases.
Primochill ICE doesn't list ingredients but I'd imagine based on the "NON-TOXIC biodegradable" it's probably mainly DI water and propylene glycol mix just like FluidXP, EKoolant, and plenty of others.
Originally Posted by darkelixa
So if the AIO cooler leaks it wont do any damage is that what you are saying?
Getting a leak on your graphics card or motherboard doesn't mean it will immediately cause a short circuit. But it can and does happen, and there's no coolant manufacturer
who will actually back up their claim and replace your dead GPU. AIO vendor like Corsair might replace your hardware, but only because it's a sealed product and the tubes are not supposed to come loose or burst. They wouldn't claim their fluid is non-conductive.