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Stablebit finally finished...no life shown (Life maximum: -- Life minimum: --)

http://uk.crucial.com/gbr/en/storage-ssd-m500

72TB life expectancy is a bit more than ~30 redface.gif

edit: They couldn't be using that SMART data as warranty expectancy could they? (yes I'm a cynical bar attendant tongue.gif)
Edited by Spacedinvader - 5/9/17 at 12:26pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Spacedinvader View Post

Stablebit finally finished...no life shown (Life maximum: -- Life minimum: --)

http://uk.crucial.com/gbr/en/storage-ssd-m500

72TB life expectancy is a bit more than ~30 redface.gif

edit: They couldn't be using that SMART data as warranty expectancy could they? (yes I'm a cynical bar attendant tongue.gif)

Maybe 72TB life expectancy is calculated only for 480GB or 960GB drives? But for marketing purpose it was used for all of them.
post #13 of 42
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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post

hmm then 33% means what he thought. I don't know how that's "good".

Edit: nevermind, it means that 33% of the life has been used. http://crystalmark.info/software/CrystalDiskInfo/manual-en/HealthStatus.html

This is a Micron drive.
wait.. if thats how much life has been used how does my ssd that i only started using 2 months ago already have 98% used. LMAO
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wait.. if thats how much life has been used how does my ssd that i only started using 2 months ago already have 98% used. LMAO

 

If you're referring to your 120 GB Kingston HyperX Fury, then you're referring to a SandForce drive. According to that Health Status page, percentages shown for SandForce drives refers to "SSD Life Left".

 

Like I said, we were talking about a Micron drive, and they say right on that page that when their software shows a percentage for Micron drives, it's referring to "Percentage Of The Rated Lifetime Used".

 

So according to that Health Status page, the percentage shown doesn't mean that same thing for absolutely every single drive. He has a Micron drive, the percentage shows "Percentage Of The Rated Lifetime Used", so that's why it's saying that 33% is "Good".


Edited by TwoCables - 5/9/17 at 1:16pm
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yeah I was making a joke. I rarely actually use my boot drive except for booting, opening programs, and installing programs.
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yeah I was making a joke. I rarely actually use my boot drive except for booting, opening programs, and installing programs.

 

I wouldn't call that "rarely". It's your C: drive.

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Compared to my Windows Storage Pool. It's rare. I use that like there's no tommorow.
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Compared to my Windows Storage Pool. It's rare. I use that like there's no tommorow.

 

If you're talking about writing, then yeah I don't use my C: drive that much either. Well, *I* don't. Maybe Windows and Firefox does... That's only because I'm running out of space and I can't afford to buy a new drive.

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That SSD is in good health. Zero reallocated NAND blocks, 1990 (7C6) unused reserved NAND blocks, zero error correction count, zero reported uncorrectable errors, zero reallocation event count, etc.

The "33% lifetime used" may be based on power on hours count, so if ~16500 hours are 33% it should last until ~50000 hours at least.
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Yeah, you'd really have to beat the living hell out of a solid state drive before it even begins to have a chance of dying.
Not true, a SSD can fail at any time.
Heck, any storage device can fail at any time, with no warning at all.

OP, just do backups, and keep using the drive.
It WILL die at some point, but, nobody can tell you when.
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