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Windows 7: SSD Life Pro is ok ?

23 Feb 2013   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
SSD Life Pro is ok ?

Hello guys.
I changed my SSD OCZ Vertex 2 with SSD Intel Series 330 60 GB. I installed Windows 7 Ultimate x64, AHCI was already in BIOS as enabled.
So far so good, i installed all the drivers, programs, etc. Everything runs smooth and nice.
The cache folder for Mozilla Firefox ( my default browser ) is on the D partition, which is an hard drive, same story for the swap.
I disabled the System Restore, Defragmentation, Superfetch as well...
I checked with the program SSD Life Pro just to see some details. After less than 2 hours i have already
those values ( read / write ) as in the attached images.
The print screens are made at a very short period of time between each other.
I only surfed the web with Mozilla Firefox.
Could you explain it to me, please, why is there already 55 / 59 GB ?
Is something wrong with the program SSD Life Pro ?
Can you give me some tips, please ?
Thank you.

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25 Feb 2013   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

After 2-3 days of normal use, the lifetime decreased from 8 years 8 months to 8 years and 5 months.
Thats not normal at all. This is not the first SSD i own :)
Any ideas, guys ?

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25 Feb 2013   #3

Windows 10x64 Build 1709

Well, you have to remember that thats "estimated" and not written in stone. And 8 years for ANY drive is pretty good. As far as "excess" wear,being fairly new to ssd's myself, I can't give you any hard facts from experience. I would monitor my usage for awhile (week or so at least) and if you see any MAJOR changes then maybe start being concerned. Of course you may hear something different from some of the more advanced users here. If so, listen to them because as I said my ssd is only a month or so old.

I really don't like posting links to other sites but read this:
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