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hello guys i have a q for people that still use ssd from 2011 thil now...

i know ssd wear up at certain point but how can i know when to change ssd?

i did ssd bench and from benches ssd is still giving resaults just like in past...
 

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Wear-wise your SSD can possibly last for years or even decades with typical client/light workflow. It support SMART data monitoring and is driven by well known SandForce controller > most likely you can check its health with a tool like CrystalDiskInfo
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Your SSD will be long obsolete or dead before it wears out. Endurance is a non issue with client workloads. With a 120GB drive, you can easily write half a petabyte before it starts to show sings of critical wear. And since your drive is sandforce based, its even better, since it compresses all data, before writing (hence every sandforce drive can hit 550/500MB/s in benchmarks).
 
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