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  1. It took a month just compiling and testing Windows PE on a Samsung 860EVO … Dead at 3.8 TB Written… When they start to slow down the wear is exponential. replaced with a WD Raptor

  2. This video is amazing. It's so informative. I've had all these questions in mind for years and you've just answered them. I have a Kingston SSDNow V300 120GB. I bought it in 2016. I've written 12 TB on it. Ssd life says that it's at 95 %
    health. The official TWB is 65TB.

  3. But really 200TB written to a 32gb TLC probably reclaimed used nand and dramless ssd is actually very good really, as smaller ssds have less endurance then larger ssds as the nand is physically larger so 64gb ssds can take 2x the total writes a 32gb and so on for 120gb 250, 500gb

    Burning out a ssd is norm not a problem but as last post 400tb on smaller ssds is the spot where you might encounter actual data loss errors with TLC sdds

    Not sure how detailed your logs was for smart and if you was doing write fill and verification tests to see if it's able to verify the data wasn't been corrupted

  4. Once you get beyond 300-400TB written is where TLC based ssds start to maybe develop problems (generally irrespective of spec endurance) also dramless based have main problem with write amplification as they lack dram to handle the page table and wear leveling information in real time so drive needs to be idle for it to perform them tasks so 200TB written seems OK

    Other ssds may have better data redundancy and making sure that data stays intact

    I like crucial ssds in the mx line that has the RAIN feature to go beyond just ecc to rebuild data that it can't access, the mx300 was the odd ball as was the only crucial ssds on ebay that had lots of failing indecators in smart with rain been triggered and write and read errors been logged (so I just avoid mx300 second hand or even new due to how many used to be sold on ebay had some sort of problems on them) good to know the bx500 can last as long as a Samsung 840 Pro (admittedly going super slow towards halfway)

  5. This is a really interesting video for tech guys like myself and others. I am sorry if I missed it, what software do you use to check the use history of your drive. And will it work with a hard drive and flash drive?

  6. Using cheap Chinese ssd called zheino 256 gb for a year now only one time my OS crashed otherwise working normally but yeah speed now decreased but still working good but can be dead any time because hdd sentinel already gave me warning 6 months ago so beware and backup your important data somewhere

  7. Thanks for the data gathered, I admire your time and dedication. I'm around 40, near 50 TB, and I was worried that I was reaching that 75TB too fast but it's been 5 years with this 850 EVO, so alll good.

  8. Did you check the data integrity though? It might have become unreliable before it hit 210TB as well.
    Normal users can hit a few TBs every year just by downloading content and constantly deleting it.

  9. It almost feels like you were listening in to my antics, just yesterday I was wondering how much it'd take to kill a SSD and was getting skeptical over my drives having 10-20 TBW, thank you! 300+ days of testing, crazy effort.

  10. I've had my 1TB SX8200 PRO for what 6 months now, it's around 20TBW already and I haven't been writing to it that much, I've had a few games installed on it, a few premiere projects, some other stuff…

  11. I've got 4 Crucial SSD's in RAID 0 as a scratch disk, it's been about a year and i've written 40TB to them apparently, with a rated life remaining of 85%
    It's more likely that I'll swap them out for a m.2 array instead of any of them dying
    Very interesting results though with the amount of data you managed to write, and when they slowed down!

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