The liquid particles of the liquid electrolytic capacitor are very active at high temperature, which generates pressure on the inside of the capacitor, and its boiling point is not high, so it may explode. The swelling or activity is lower than that of the liquid electrolyte, and it is almost impossible to have the possibility of bursting. Therefore, the boiling point of the solid electrolyte is also very low. In theory, it is almost impossible for solid capacitors to explode. Compared with traditional electrolytic capacitors, plug-in solid-state capacitors are more superior in terms of equivalent series impedance, and through testing, it is found that the equivalent series resistance is extremely small in high-frequency operation, and its conductivity frequency is particularly good, with The characteristics of reduced resistance and lower thermal output are most pronounced between 100 KHz and 10 MHz. Moreover, traditional electrolytic capacitors are more susceptible to the influence of ambient temperature and humidity, and are ac motor Capacitor slightly less stable at high and low temperatures. The impedance value of solid capacitors (equivalent series resistance) can be reduced to 0.004~0.005 ohms between minus 55-105 degrees, but due to different temperatures, electrolytic capacitors will also change. As for the capacitance value, the liquid capacitor will be lower than its rated capacitance value below 20°C. The capacitance decreases by 13% at -20°C, and increases by 37% at -55°C. For ordinary users, this is nothing, but for those who use liquid nitrogen as an overclock, plug-in solid capacitors can guarantee that the capacitor capacity will not be affected when the temperature drops, resulting in stable overclocking, because the solid capacitors are in the At -55°C, only 5% of the capacitance value is reduced. While plug-in solid-state capacitors do have many advantages, it doesn't always work. The low-frequency response of solid capacitors is lower than that of electrolytic capacitors, and if used in sound effects, the effect is poor. That said, it's not necessarily a good idea to use all-solid capacitors on a motherboard! Whether solid capacitors or electrolytic capacitors, their main function is to filter clutter, so as long as the capacity of the capacitor meets a certain value requirement, as long as the quality of the components is qualified, the stable operation of the motherboard can also be guaranteed. And this, electrolytic capacitors can also do it! At 105°C, the service life of plug-in solid-state capacitors is the same as that of electrolytic capacitors, up to 2000H, and when the temperature drops, their service life will be extended, but usually, plug-in solid-state capacitors have a service life of 70 degrees or lower, Plug-in solid-state capacitors may have a lifespan of 23 years, while electrolytic capacitors are more than 6 times longer! But...is your motherboard still working after 23 years? And these 23 years refer to 24 hours of electricity, even if the capacitor has such a long life, other components may not be able to last 23 years! Under the condition of the same volume and the same voltage, the electrolyte capacity of solid capacitors is significantly higher than that of electric capacitors. At present, the CPU power supply part of the computer motherboard mainly adopts solid capacitors. The capacity is much larger than plug-in solid state capacitors. During use, solid capacitors and electrolysis will cause capacity attenuation problems, and the circuit board using solid capacitors may cause the CPU to fail as long as it fluctuates slightly. Both plug-in solid capacitors and electrolysis will cause capacity attenuation problems during use. However, as long as the circuit board using plug-in solid capacitors fluctuates slightly, the power supply will ripple and cause the CPU to not work properly. Therefore, in theory, the lifespan of plug-in solid-state capacitors is very high, but the lifespan of the board is not necessarily high. Computer board maintenance using plug-in solid-state capacitors: Since the power supply part of the CPU is often connected in parallel with multiple capacitors, and the plug-in solid-state capacitors will not cause deformation, explosion, liquid leakage, etc., it is basically impossible to judge which one is faulty by visual inspection. In maintenance, a capacitor is often removed and replaced with a large-capacity capacitor. This method can generally solve the problem quickly. The plug-in solid-state capacitors have a long life in theory, but many failures have occurred in the actual use process. The editor also encountered capacitor failures many times during the maintenance process. Nowadays, it seems that many motherboards that use overclocking as a selling point will use solid capacitor plugs. Circuit design, BIOS research and development, the quality of the CPU itself, and heat dissipation measures can all determine the success or failure of an overclocking system. Therefore, there is no argument that replacing the ordinary electrolytic capacitors on the motherboard with all-solid capacitors can improve the overclocking performance of the motherboard. If the plug-in solid capacitor has an impact on overclocking, it is because it has a strong ability to withstand voltage and high temperature, so it has a certain guarantee for the stability of the system after overclocking.