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Discussion in 'Storage' started by fullinfusion, Jul 4, 2012.

  1. fullinfusion

    fullinfusion 1.21 Gigawatts

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    Free SSD life program... HERE

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    Here it is.

    Just some info for those who don't know or may want to know... the OCZ toolbox, Passmark Disk checkup, and other programs that show SMART data give the same info, sans the estimated lifetime date.

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    Nice Viper!
    My Vertex 1 ssd would drop the life span weekly lol...
    The Vertex 3 I had showed 9yrs + years after almost a year of use.

    Here it is...

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    Based on this thread, the avg. lifespan of a SSD is 8.83(3) years. Not bad.
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    Here is mine
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    Rehost/relink

    I don't see it. :confused:
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    tigger I'm the only one

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    Here's mine-

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    Lol is there anyone who isn't excellent and 100%?!
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    The thing is everytime you secure erase the drive it resets this information
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    But actual wear is still there, so you're fooling the drive?
    Don't SSDs usually have tools that kick-in once wear-related problems start to arise?
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    apparently SSDLife Free can only show one of my SSD's o_O

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    only my Intel not my Samsung.

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    No it doesn't... All My Vertex's showed the wear level even after a secure wipe...

    Even if the drive is 70% remaining and IF by chance after the wipe the drive shows 100%

    It wont for very long. Give it a day or 2 and let the program do its thing and it'll show the wear...
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    Rode hard, put away wet!

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    hahaha gen 1 FTW!!!
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    sandforce drives normally have durawrite
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    A shame it wont read SSDs in a raid, I'm curious now!
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    I'm at work so can't run the test but I ran it just the other day and my Intel SSD is still at 100% life. I've owned it for over a year now. Intel rock.
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    ino this ain't SSDLife but it still shows Health, Power On Count/Hours :laugh:

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