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Kilobyte Kid
WolfsGoRawr
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Should I be worried? SSD (screen inside)

Hey, I wonder if I should be worried, my SSD is about 3 years old. 
Both programs show different numbers for the same thing (C7)
And (and I saw AD & CA go down)

 

http://imgur.com/oKTDJ9U

 

Explain it to me because I'm not sure if I should be worried mainly because I don't seem to understand some of it.

 

(I already checked and replaced the cable, didn't fix anything about C7, I believe that issue has come from the hour bug I didn't fix soon enough with a firmware update a 1.5 / 2 years ago)

 

- Wolf

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targetbsp
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Re: Should I be worried? SSD (screen inside)

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WolfsGoRawr wrote:

Both programs show different numbers for the same thing (C7)



Erm.. I don't understand. Both are showing 255?

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bogdan
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Re: Should I be worried? SSD (screen inside)

I can see they both show the same number for C7, that is 255. It seems that most common cause of Ultra DMA CRC Errors is related to cabling problem so you have probably done right thing replacing it. However replacing the cable for a good one will not clear C7 attribute value, it just should't go up if the issue was solved.

AD and CA are related to each other and they show percent lifetime used from the 3000 NAND program/erase cycles rated for this drive - you have used 120 cycles from rated 3000 that is 4%. 

 

Nothing to worry about and I would say that your drive shows healthy status of very regular use :smileyhappy:

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Re: Should I be worried? SSD (screen inside)

Thank you :smileyhappy: