As stubass mentioned, the smart data seems to be pretty healthy, however..
Originally Posted by patriotaki
... making a clicking (tik tik ) fast noise like its hitting somewhere ...
.. could you describe the sound a bit more specifically? Is it just like its hitting something with a reasonable slow speed, like trying to get to a certain position fast but gently enough (similar to the sound a HDD makes when reading a lot of fragmented data), or does it sound like its trying to destroy itself? eg. sound like the reading head of the hard drive is trying to hit it's way out of the casing of the hard disk?
If its the first, it could be just something really odd fragmentation on a frequently accessed file, or something else related to the actual data, sometimes doing a full format of the drive helps with this, if its too annoying. If its the latter, it could be a calibration error on the seeking head and the head is trying to access a position that's not physically possible to access, and thus "hitting a wall" at a rather fast speed. I had once a drive that did this, the SMART data were all good till the end, neither was there any data corruptions, but one day the drive just went dead.
So if you backed up everything already, I would try to fully format the drive (not a 'quick format') and then restore at least some of the backups to see if the problem persists. Obviously don't destroy the backups yet even if the drive behaves well for a few days, this problem could come back even after a week or so.