Written by Michael Larabel in Storage on 20 November 2007. Page 3 of 4. Add A Comment


Similar to the Corsair Flash Survivor GT, we had dropped the OCZ ATV Turbo into a pool and let it rest there about two meters deep for three hours. With it being late November, the weather here in Michigan isn't as nice as during our Flash Survivor GT water tests, so the water this time around was much colder.

After removing the OCZ ATV Turbo from the pool, everything appeared to be in great condition. However, once removing the cap there was some water droplets around the USB connector. After drying off the USB connector with a paper towel, we plugged the ATV Turbo in and it was running great. We imagine that the water got in when tossing the ATV Turbo into the pool, the cap may have loosened just enough that some water was able to get inside.

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