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Crystal Disk Interpretation

Postby Executioner » Wed Feb 27, 2019 3:37 pm

What are your thoughts on this SSD using Crystal Disk? Any concerns?

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Re: Crystal Disk Interpretation

Postby FlyingPenguin » Wed Feb 27, 2019 4:49 pm

You can't tell anything from that. All the SSD is reporting is number of hours. This is not unusual - most SSDs don't report much of anything in SMART. Since it's only been running 253 hours, it's practically new.

SSDs tend to work until they die nowadays. I have seen some develop intermittent cell failure and Spinrite is your friend there. Do a Level 2 on it (never a level 4) and if you get any bad sectors I wouldn't trust it. Spinrite may also force SMART to reveal a little more, but most SSDs really report very little to SMART.
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