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The_Geek

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    Secure Wipe SSD/NVMe Drives?

    The issue I am having is finding such Manufacturer utility for the drives that I bought. I bought Inland Premium NVMe drives. $95/1TB NVMe, They are fast, almost same or better speeds than Samsung, 3100/1900 MB R/W speeds, but I cant seem to find their site or utilities. I even wrote to their tech support but no reply.
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    Secure Wipe SSD/NVMe Drives?

    That's too much work to erase a SSD. I would rather just take a hammer and finish the job that way. What I am trying to find out is that if there is a Logical Industry approved way to dispose off SSD's. The Platter HD's have many applications that would guaranty a secure wipe, but in my research I have not found an Industry standard for this kind of storage. With SSD's becoming cheaper and Enterprise moving to SSD's there has to be a way to make sure the drives can be wiped clean....
  3. So, Need to know what is the best procedure to Secure wipe SSD/NVMe Drives so that the data is not recoverable, other then the "Take a Hammer" to the drive method. The wipe needs to be fast, secure and easily doable on a personal machine and at work. HD secure wiping is assumed NOT to be the same for SSD/NVMe drives.
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