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About how much life is left on this SSD?

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I got this SSD in a pile of junk (128GB mSATA SM841N) and while it works, it was at 88% when I got it - not ideal as a “production” drive, but I threw it in an enclosure and turned it into a music SSD. However, it has taken a sudden 7% lifetime hit at some point in the time I’ve used it as a music SSD.
 
[image|2304513]
 
How much life is this SSD likely have as a real world estimate, or am I better off dumping it now and moving onto a 256GB class SSD? As far as the security of my CD rips I do have a primary SSD with WAV and FLAC files on it, so if this does drop dead they exist elsewhere.
 
However it was at 100% 7 days ago so the performance hit is new.
 
[image|2304566]
 
I’m also wondering what the SM841N official TBW rating is - hopefully being a drive with 20.60TB of data isn’t a concern on it’s own.
 
== Update ==

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I replaced the enclosure due to the poor quality of the previous enclosure I tried and it did fix the performance hit (and TRIM message) but the 82% health wear. See the above image:

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I replaced the enclosure due to the poor quality of the previous enclosure I tried and it did fix the performance hit (and TRIM message) but the 82% health wear. See the above image:
 
[image|2306831]
 
I suspect this is a 75TBW drive but I can’t verify that for sure, since it’s hard to trace the retail version of the drive down to make sure.

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Solid State Drive

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Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

About how much life is left on this SSD?

Texto:

I got this SSD in a pile of junk (128GB mSATA SM841N) and while it works, it was at 88% when I got it - not ideal as a “production” drive, but I threw it in an enclosure and turned it into a music SSD. However, it has taken a sudden 7% lifetime hit at some point in the time I’ve used it as a music SSD.
 
[image|2304513]
 
How much life is this SSD likely have as a real world estimate, or am I better off dumping it now and moving onto a 256GB class SSD? As far as the security of my CD rips I do have a primary SSD with WAV and FLAC files on it, so if this does drop dead they exist elsewhere.
 
However it was at 100% 7 days ago so the performance hit is new.
 
[image|2304566]
 
I’m also wondering what the SM841N official TBW rating is - hopefully being a drive with 20.60TB of data isn’t a concern on it’s own.
 
== Update ==
 
I replaced the enclosure due to the poor quality of the previous enclosure I tried and it did fix the performance hit (and TRIM message) but the 82% health wear. See the above image:
 
[image|2306831]

dispositivo:

Solid State Drive

Status:

open

Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

About how much life is left on this SSD?

Texto:

I got this SSD in a pile of junk (128GB mSATA SM841N) and while it works, it was at 88% when I got it - not ideal as a “production” drive, but I threw it in an enclosure and turned it into a music SSD. However, it has taken a sudden 7% lifetime hit at some point in the time I’ve used it as a music SSD.
 
[image|2304513]
 
How much life is this SSD likely have as a real world estimate, or am I better off dumping it now and moving onto a 256GB class SSD? As far as the security of my CD rips I do have a primary SSD with WAV and FLAC files on it, so if this does drop dead they exist elsewhere.
 
However it was at 100% 7 days ago so the performance hit is new.
 
[image|2304566]
 
I’m also wondering what the SM841N official TBW rating is - hopefully being a drive with 20.60TB of data isn’t a concern on it’s own.

dispositivo:

Solid State Drive

Status:

open

Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

About how much life is left on this SSD?

Texto:

I got this SSD in a pile of junk (128GB mSATA SM841N) and while it works, it was at 88% when I got it - not ideal as a “production” drive, but I threw it in an enclosure and turned it into a music SSD. However, it has taken a sudden 7% lifetime hit at some point in the time I’ve used it as a music SSD.
 
[image|2304513]
 
How much life is this SSD likely have as a real world estimate, or am I better off dumping it now and moving onto a 256GB class SSD? As far as the security of my CD rips I do have a primary SSD with WAV and FLAC files on it, so if this does drop dead they exist elsewhere.
 
However it was at 100% 7 days ago so the performance hit is new.
 
[image|2304566]

dispositivo:

Solid State Drive

Status:

open

Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

About how much life is left on this SSD?

Texto:

I got this SSD in a pile of junk (12GB128GB mSATA SM841N) and while it works, it was at 88% when I got it - not ideal as a “production” drive, but I threw it in an enclosure and turned it into a music SSD. However, it has taken a sudden 7% lifetime hit at some point in the time I’ve used it as a music SSD.
I got this SSD in a pile of junk (12GB128GB mSATA SM841N) and while it works, it was at 88% when I got it - not ideal as a “production” drive, but I threw it in an enclosure and turned it into a music SSD. However, it has taken a sudden 7% lifetime hit at some point in the time I’ve used it as a music SSD.
 
[image|2304513]
 
How much life is this SSD likely have as a real world estimate, or am I better off dumping it now and moving onto a 256GB class SSD? As far as the security of my CD rips I do have a primary SSD with WAV and FLAC files on it, so if this does drop dead they exist elsewhere.

dispositivo:

Solid State Drive

Status:

open

Editado por: Nick ,

Título:

About how much life is left on this SSD?

Texto:

I got this SSD in a pile of junk (SM841N12GB mSATA SM841N) and while it works, it was at 88% when I got it - not ideal as a “production” drive, but I threw it in an enclosure and turned it into a music SSD. However, it has taken a sudden 7% lifetime hit at some point in the time I’ve used it as a music SSD.
I got this SSD in a pile of junk (SM841N12GB mSATA SM841N) and while it works, it was at 88% when I got it - not ideal as a “production” drive, but I threw it in an enclosure and turned it into a music SSD. However, it has taken a sudden 7% lifetime hit at some point in the time I’ve used it as a music SSD.
 
[image|2304513]
 
How much life is this SSD likely have as a real world estimate, or am I better off dumping it now and moving onto a 256GB class SSD? As far as the security of my CD rips I do have a primary SSD with WAV and FLAC files on it, so if this does drop dead they exist elsewhere.

dispositivo:

Solid State Drive

Status:

open

Mensagem original de: Nick ,

Título:

About how much life is left on this SSD?

Texto:

I got this SSD in a pile of junk (SM841N) and while it works, it was at 88% when I got it - not  ideal as a “production” drive, but I threw it in an enclosure and turned it into a music SSD. However, it has taken a sudden 7% lifetime hit at some point in the time I’ve used it as a music SSD.

[image|2304513]

How much life is this SSD likely have as a real world estimate, or am I better off dumping it now and moving onto a 256GB class SSD? As far as the security of my CD rips I do have a primary SSD with WAV and FLAC files on it, so if this does drop dead they exist elsewhere.

dispositivo:

Solid State Drive

Status:

open