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Who has the most writes to their SSD?

Discussion in 'Storage' started by Geofrancis, Mar 9, 2013.

  1. Geofrancis

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    currently my 80Gb intel x18M G2 running in my laptop has clocked up almost 2Tb of Writes. so i am at 24.8X capacity. has anyone got more than that ?

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  2. cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    I would love to be able to tell you how much my pair of 32GB's has on them, but seeing how they are in raid and have been so since 2010/2011 I doubt very many people will top them...
     
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    i got my Samsung last year for a good price, and i have running my pc almost 24-7, but there r reboots, updates and so on and case change in the time too, think u can't do with the pc on xD

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    i run all my games from a WD Green 500gb hdd instead of my SSD maybe that's why the write is so low :roll:
     
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  4. AlienIsGOD

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    here's my HyperX Blue after 7 months, god i love free stuff :p

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    And yes that is a recipe for various types of jello shooters to the left :p
     
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  5. silkstone

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    My Desktop drive does't record the info :/
     
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    My intel SSD's have always been in raid too but being on a intel chipset don't stop it from reporting smart data.


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    my express card SSD doesnt show any info either.
     
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    Aquinus Resident Wat-man

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    Here are my Force GTs in RAID-0.

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    I don't see any need, it runs great. What benefits are there?

    It says this right on their site:
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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  13. james888

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    Mine does record that info. It just wasn't in the app I used.
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    Hmm... My hdd apparently has uncontrollable sector count... Not sure what that means yet but I am glad I downloaded this.
     
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    Corsair force 3 240GB - 2TB writes, only had it a couple of months though it's still showing 100% in SSDLife with those writes
     
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    Same for my laptop drive (vertex 4) :-\

    Edit: oh well, my version of Crystal Disk looks rly old... updated version show the write counter

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    5 months old... The main reason it's high is my siblings insist on saving their files (downloads and all their sh!t) on the desktop even though I've always reminded them to save it to d:... :banghead:
     
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    I don't have a screenshot but I did just under 10TB reads AND writes on my Corsair Force 3 120GB in a year before it died. My Mushkin Chronos 240GB from November 2012 has 2.8TB reads and 1.76TB writes.
     
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    The cool thing is got these for $60 each with a rebate. I could get more for them now
     
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  19. Aquinus

    Aquinus Resident Wat-man

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    How full was the drive on average? The more full the drive is the more likely certain sectors will get worn out.
     
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    >80% full most of the time. The drive eventually failed when I upgraded to my 3770K/Z77 platform and power cycled the computer a lot of times when overclocking. It would work for maybe a minute or two and then become inaccessible and/or disappear.
     
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    I always say don't fill it more than 80%. If it has the extra room to spread the writes to other parts of the drive, it will last longer.
     
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    477GB, practically an infant.
     
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    jeez i dont know how so much

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    How come mine doesn't have it?

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    my magician say 1.9TB
    some months old Samsung SSD 840 PRO 256GB
     

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