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Old 03-13-2018, 01:38 AM
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Default Average life of SSD Read/Write limit

Hi Guys,

I was wondering what could be average life of the ssd. i know its hard to guess as not all ssd's are equal,.


I am wondering somewhere between 100-110tb i read in forums

if true is my ssd is good for another round of 30-40tb of read and write.
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Hey there mondenath!

It's really hard to say as just like with all devices; the rate at which your specific device will fail isn't truly measurable. Monitoring the SMART data with the SSD Toolbox is your best way of ensuring drive integrity.
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Old 03-19-2018, 02:42 AM
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It depends on the SSD types and write cycles but here is a formula to forecast life span of an SSD: https://www.definition.net/define/ssd
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