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Título:

Is this SSD wear concerning?

Texto:

I picked up this SSD on eBay (SanDisk X400) in June to eventually replace a 8 year old laptop due to age and battery wear issues. However, I have since setup the laptop and I did a wear check, especially on a used SSD… Potentially not good.
Disk reinitialization (done due to prior red flags noticed early in testing):
[image|2464441]
[image|2464440]
Write (post reinitialize):
[image|2464437]
[image|2464436]
Read (post reinitialize):
[image|2464439]
[image|2464438]
This SSD is a 75TBW drive, and it went from 90>88% due to the checks I did on it. Yes, the wear wasn’t 100% necessary but due to the severe amount of wear I noticed doing the initial write check, I wanted to go over it closely. Should I be concerned? PS: The laptop doesn’t require SATA II - it supports SATA III.
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+SMART data:
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Dispositivo:

Solid State Drive

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

Is this SSD wear concerning?

Texto:

-I picked up this SSD on eBay (SanDisk X400) in June to eventually replace a 8 year old laptop due to age and battery wear issues. However, I have since setup the laptop and I did a pre-flight wear check… Potentially not good.
+I picked up this SSD on eBay (SanDisk X400) in June to eventually replace a 8 year old laptop due to age and battery wear issues. However, I have since setup the laptop and I did a wear check, especially on a used SSD… Potentially not good.
-Disk reinitialization (done due to prior pre-flight check concerns noticed early in testing):
+Disk reinitialization (done due to prior red flags noticed early in testing):
[image|2464441]
[image|2464440]
Write (post reinitialize):
[image|2464437]
[image|2464436]
Read (post reinitialize):
[image|2464439]
[image|2464438]
This SSD is a 75TBW drive, and it went from 90>88% due to the checks I did on it. Yes, the wear wasn’t 100% necessary but due to the severe amount of wear I noticed doing the initial write check, I wanted to go over it closely. Should I be concerned? PS: The laptop doesn’t require SATA II - it supports SATA III.

Dispositivo:

Solid State Drive

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

Is this SSD wear concerning?

Texto:

I picked up this SSD on eBay (SanDisk X400) in June to eventually replace a 8 year old laptop due to age and battery wear issues. However, I have since setup the laptop and I did a pre-flight wear check… Potentially not good.
Disk reinitialization (done due to prior pre-flight check concerns noticed early in testing):
[image|2464441]
[image|2464440]
Write (post reinitialize):
[image|2464437]
[image|2464436]
Read (post reinitialize):
[image|2464439]
[image|2464438]
-This SSD is a 75TBW drive, and it went from 90>88% due to the checks I did on it. Yes, the wear wasn’t 100% necessary but due to the severe amount of wear I noticed doing the initial write check, I wanted to go over it closely. Should I be concerned?
+This SSD is a 75TBW drive, and it went from 90>88% due to the checks I did on it. Yes, the wear wasn’t 100% necessary but due to the severe amount of wear I noticed doing the initial write check, I wanted to go over it closely. Should I be concerned? PS: The laptop doesn’t require SATA II - it supports SATA III.

Dispositivo:

Solid State Drive

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

Is this SSD wear concerning?

Texto:

I picked up this SSD on eBay (SanDisk X400) in June to eventually replace a 8 year old laptop due to age and battery wear issues. However, I have since setup the laptop and I did a pre-flight wear check… Potentially not good.
-Disk reinitialization (done due to prior pre-flight check concerns):
+Disk reinitialization (done due to prior pre-flight check concerns noticed early in testing):
[image|2464441]
[image|2464440]
Write (post reinitialize):
[image|2464437]
[image|2464436]
Read (post reinitialize):
[image|2464439]
[image|2464438]
This SSD is a 75TBW drive, and it went from 90>88% due to the checks I did on it. Yes, the wear wasn’t 100% necessary but due to the severe amount of wear I noticed doing the initial write check, I wanted to go over it closely. Should I be concerned?

Dispositivo:

Solid State Drive

Estatus:

open

Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

Is this SSD wear concerning?

Texto:

I picked up this SSD on eBay (SanDisk X400) in June to eventually replace a 8 year old laptop due to age and battery wear issues. However, I have since setup the laptop and I did a pre-flight wear check… Potentially not good.
Disk reinitialization (done due to prior pre-flight check concerns):
[image|2464441]
[image|2464440]
-Write:
+Write (post reinitialize):
[image|2464437]
[image|2464436]
-Read:
+Read (post reinitialize):
[image|2464439]
[image|2464438]
This SSD is a 75TBW drive, and it went from 90>88% due to the checks I did on it. Yes, the wear wasn’t 100% necessary but due to the severe amount of wear I noticed doing the initial write check, I wanted to go over it closely. Should I be concerned?

Dispositivo:

Solid State Drive

Estatus:

open

Aporte original por: Nick ,

Título:

Is this SSD wear concerning?

Texto:

I picked up this SSD on eBay (SanDisk X400) in June to eventually replace a 8 year old laptop due to age and battery wear issues. However, I have since setup the laptop and I did a pre-flight wear check… Potentially not good.

Disk reinitialization (done due to prior pre-flight check concerns):

[image|2464441]

[image|2464440]

Write:

[image|2464437]

[image|2464436]

Read:

[image|2464439]

[image|2464438]

This SSD is a 75TBW drive, and it went from 90>88% due to the checks I did on it. Yes, the wear wasn’t 100% necessary but due to the severe amount of wear I noticed doing the initial write check, I wanted to go over it closely. Should I be concerned?

Dispositivo:

Solid State Drive

Estatus:

open