Originally Posted by Rose321
At the rate you're going, drive should still be good for a few months. However, I'd suggest scouting deal sites for an SSD replacement.
Quite interesting to see SMART values on an old Indilinx Barefoot drive. Your SSD has a 10,000 P/E cycle count specification (50nm, I'm guessing) and average erase count is already at 8,398. It would certainly be interesting to see write amplification value. My guess (quick estimate):
(C7) 13,728,121,349 sectors * 512 bytes/sector = 7,028,798,130,688 bytes or 6,546 GiB
(D0) 8,398 cycles * 64 GiB/cycle = 537,472 GiB
537,472 / 6,546 = 82x