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Nice read, thanks for sharing! biggrin.gif
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so this is a test of performance degration over time and not failure rate over time right?
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so this is a test of performance degration over time and not failure rate over time right?

As explained here:
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Here's the short version: we have six SSDs from Corsair, Intel, Kingston, and Samsung, and we're hammering them with writes until they expire.

This is a write endurance test that will last until all 6 SSD fails, they are just taking performance benchmarks during the test to get the performance degradation picture as well.
Edited by sherlock - 10/28/13 at 3:16pm
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If this doesn't quell those who still think SSDs aren't good enough for long term (10 years+) of regular to even moderately heavy use by a consumer user, then I don't think they will ever be quelled.
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The Force 3 in my laptop has 3TB read and 3.2TB written in about a year, it'll also apparently last until 2022 and has been powered on for 5 months, 20 days and 19 hours. I think I'm more than safe with that, should check my 840 when I get home for the hell of it.

Edit: 840 is at excellent health, estimated to live for 8 years nad 7 months. 1849.3GB total data written.
Edited by Brutuz - 11/3/13 at 5:27am
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My Crucial M4 64GB has 9307 power on hours (387 days) and 3348 power ons and I don't have any reallocated sectors. The Crucial firmware doesn't report the amount written, but I abuse the drive. I've had issues with it not being recognized during boot, but other than that it's running like a champ. This just goes to show that any reputable SSD will last for a long time, the thing causing issues is the Firmware, not the endurance.

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