05-02-2016 02:30 PM - edited 05-02-2016 02:31 PM
I wouldn't worry about this. Typically, on each new SSD, I run a benchmark (to confirm if the speeds are within accepted range), HD Tune error scan (just an old habit from HDDs old times), and drive long self-test (take a look here).
05-02-2016 02:34 PM
The first one is actively a good thing - the more the better. That's basically your reserve
The second one is normal for all SSD's
For the third one, you'll find much in google explaining what ECC is. But if you;re not interested in the technicalities - then suffice to say it's not a problem
05-02-2016 02:41 PM
Why do you think it qualifies for RMA? You are checking SMART data of the drive, what Crucial Storage Executive says about drive's health? You can check and confirm SMART status with other tools like CrystalDiskInfo
05-02-2016 02:45 PM - edited 05-02-2016 02:47 PM
Crucial Executive said drive is 100% healthly , but said this:
Valid Spare Blocks Current Value 71 Spare Blocks
Initial Invalid Blocks Current Value 20 Bad Blocks
Hardware ECC Recovered Current Value 184 Corrected ECC
Also other user with Bx100 said the same here:
05-02-2016 02:57 PM
I believe targetbsp gave you best possible and simple explanation in #12.
The other user said he can see a value recorded for SMART attribute no 195. But did he have any problem with the drive?
Honestly I think these are normal values for BX100 model. I would not RMA this drive because I see no reason for this. Moreover, I don't have BX100 but I would like to have it, some users reported it can be even better that MX200 model. Really, it is up to you, it seems you don't even started to use the drive... Do you have any return time window with the seller you bought the drive from?
05-02-2016 03:02 PM - edited 05-02-2016 03:04 PM
I bought sdd 2 weeks ago. But today i check smart somehow. So rma ?
However this person have similiar readings like me:
Maybe it is for Bx100 normal? What you think?
05-02-2016 03:03 PM
No ofence, but for what reason?
05-02-2016 03:10 PM
Who said so? I am sorry, but I feel you would like to RMA the drive anyway, for some other reason. You don't like it somehow, or you would like to have different model... It is really up to you. I would not RMA this drive because I see no reason for this.