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Is this normal for Adata SX8200 ssd's?

Lifetime writes reaching 5TB while remaining drive lifetime drops to 98%. Should i be worried? Been using it for over a year now.

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This is normal for any SSD, it's in active use after all

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It's a SX8200 Pro, not SX8200. You didn't mention the capacity but that's well within normal TBW (percentage-wise) for the 256GB SKU at least. It has no bearing on actual lifespan/endurance - it's just for warranty, and you will be well over five years before that would hit 0%.

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I had an 8 year old 128GB SATA drive with 29TB of writes. It was still performing flawlessly when I sold it.

5TB is nothing.

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