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Here's my Samsung SSD.



I love this thing. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by rui-no-onna View Post

At that usage, I think it should last for 400 years if you just base it off P/E cycles. tongue.gif
MWI exhausted at 828 TiB
828 TiB = 847,872 GiB
847,872 GiB / 5 GiB/day / 365 days/year = 464.6 years
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?271063-SSD-Write-Endurance-25nm-Vs-34nm Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Forgot to ask, what capacity? The bigger the SSD, the more you can write on it before you run out of P/E cycles. A conservative rough estimate of the writes you can do is SSD capacity * 3,000. For now, I haven't heard of MLC NAND with lower than 3,000 P/E cycle rating being used with SSDs.

Thanks for great replay , one question what is "MWI exhausted"?
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Thanks for great replay , one question what is "MWI exhausted"?

From Xtreme Systems: SSD S.M.A.R.T attributes:
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Media Wearout Indicator
This attribute reports the number of cycles the NAND media has experienced.
The normalized value declines linearly from 100 to 1 as the average erase cycle count increases from 0 to the maximum rated cycles.
Once the normalized value reaches 1, the number will not decrease, although it is likely that significant additional wear can be put on the device. Use the Normalized value for this attribute.

Intel already uses the MWI as basis for warranty replacement on some of their OEM SSDs: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Intel warrants to the purchaser of the Product specified above in its original sealed packaging (“Original Purchaser”) and to the
purchaser of a computer system built by an Original Purchaser containing the Product (“Original System Customer”) as follows:
if the Product is properly used and installed, it will be free from defects in material and workmanship, and will substantially
conform to Intel’s publicly available specifications for the “warranty period”, which is THE SHORTER OF: (A) A PERIOD OF FIVE
(5) YEARS BEGINNING ON THE DATE THE PRODUCT WAS PURCHASED IN ITS ORIGINAL SEALED PACKAGING IN THE CASE OF AN
ORIGINAL PURCHASER OR THE DATE OF ORIGINAL PURCHASE OF A COMPUTER SYSTEM CONTAINING THE PRODUCT IN THE
CASE OF AN ORIGINAL SYSTEM CUSTOMER; OR (B) THE PERIOD ENDING ON THE DATE WHEN THE USAGE OF THE DRIVE, AS
MEASURED BY INTEL’S IMPLEMENTATION OF THE “SMART” ATTRIBUTE (E9) “MEDIA WEAR-OUT INDICATOR”, REACHES A
“NORMALIZED VALUE” OF “1”, AS REPORTED BY THE INTEL® SSD TOOLBOX. The “Media Wear-out Indicator” (E9) is specified in
the Intel datasheet for the Product, and can be accessed using the Intel® Solid-State Drive Toolbox software available as a free
download from Intel. By using the Intel SSD Toolbox and clicking on the “Check SMART Attributes” button the user will find the
E9 or “Media Wear-out Indicator” value. A new, unused drive will show a Media Wear-out Indicator value of “100”, while a drive
that has reached its write endurance limit will show a Media Wear-out Indicator value of “1”.
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From Xtreme Systems: SSD S.M.A.R.T attributes:
Intel already uses the MWI as basis for warranty replacement on some of their OEM SSDs: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Wow ... so Cristal disk info shows me 99 and i am already used 1037 gb (as ssd life pro shows) so it means i have left to write 99 * 1037 = 102663gb?(102Tb?) thanks


Edited by nnnswordfish - 7/20/12 at 11:44am
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I've had the Samsung 830 128GB for just under a month now and still can't believe how fast everything is! I decided to run another benchmark on it today to see if anything had changed and the only thing that seems to have increased is the read access times. It's gone from 0.090ms to 0.150ms. Is this to be expected?
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Proud owner. First time SSD owner as well, how do my speeds compare?

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Does an SSD have so many writes before its no good or does it not matter.

 

 

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Does an SSD have so many writes before its no good or does it not matter.



Yes. Eventually a cell get's worn out when data is written to it. It takes a long time, but excessive amounts of writing will lower the life span of your ssd. That's why several ssd benchmarking applications suggest not doing it too often as they read and write large amounts of data to the drive in a short span.
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I wonder how the 830 drives fair against the new Corsair GS series. Numbers wise or on paper at least the Corsair drives have better specs..

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Productcompare.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=100011693%2050001459%20600038519%20600038500&IsNodeId=1&bop=And&CompareItemList=636|20-147-164^20-147-164-TS%2C20-233-312^20-233-312-TS
Edited by falcon26 - 7/21/12 at 9:02am
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