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Query for SSD life span ?

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it decreases, but SSDs last for so long anyway. 

 

Your 950 is rated for more than 150 years of sequential use. 

 

4 minutes ago, TanmayHembram said:

http://www.anandtech.com/show/9248/the-truth-about-ssd-data-retention

 

what is this website telling can you short it for me

It's saying that SSDs losing power after a couple days if left unpowered is false. Don't worry.

hello guys i read at many places that life span given by company is supposed to reduced if sdd is not used under given temp and for longer time per day.

 

My question is i have samsung 950 pro nvme ssd with a life span .

 

will it will decrease if i use it for 15 - 18 hours per day without maintaining their maintenace schedule of temp given by company ?

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3 minutes ago, TanmayHembram said:

hello guys i read at many places that life span given by company is supposed to reduced if sdd is not used under given temp and for longer time per day.

 

My question is i have samsung 950 pro nvme ssd with a life span .

 

will it will decrease if i use it for 15 - 18 hours per day without maintaining their maintenace schedule of temp given by company ?

dw about that crap, as long as its not overheating or doing excessive write operations, you are fine.

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it decreases, but SSDs last for so long anyway. 

 

Your 950 is rated for more than 150 years of sequential use. 

 

4 minutes ago, TanmayHembram said:

http://www.anandtech.com/show/9248/the-truth-about-ssd-data-retention

 

what is this website telling can you short it for me

It's saying that SSDs losing power after a couple days if left unpowered is false. Don't worry.

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3 minutes ago, Droidbot said:

it decreases, but SSDs last for so long anyway. 

 

Your 950 is rated for more than 150 years of sequential use. 

 

It's saying that SSDs losing power after a couple days if left unpowered is false. Don't worry.

thank you very much for relieving my tension.

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