SSD S.M.A.R.T attribute

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  1. Dizziness

    Dizziness Junior Member

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    I just received a report from an assessment of my Lenovo X300 (extract below). The machine had started operating very poorly and overheating after it was dropped and broke the case and screen. They have told me the ssd is perfect based on the S.M.A.R.T. results below. Is anyone able to tell me if that is correct from the results below. It certainly didn't seem to be operating perfectly. Thanks

    Physical Disk Information - Disk: #0: SAMSUNG MCCOE64G8MPP-0VA
    Hard Disk Summary

    Hard Disk Number : 0
    Interface : S-ATA II
    Disk Controller : IDE Controller (ATA)
    Disk Location : Channel 1, Target 0, Lun 0, Device: 0
    Hard Disk Model ID : SAMSUNG MCCOE64G8MPP-0VA
    Firmware Revision : PS105L16
    Hard Disk Serial Number : SE845C4527
    SSD Controller : Samsung S3C29RBB01
    Total Size : 61055 MB
    Power State : Active
    Logical Drive(s) : C: [OS]
    Current Temperature : ?
    Power On Time : 418 days, 6 hours
    Estimated Remaining Lifetime : more than 1000 days

    Health :
    98 % (Excellent)
    Performance :
    100 % (Excellent)

    The status of the solid state disk is PERFECT. Problematic or weak sectors were not found. The health is determined by SSD specific S.M.A.R.T. attribute(s): #177 Wear Leveling CountNo actions needed.
    ATA Information

    Hard Disk Cylinders : 124053
    Hard Disk Heads : 16
    Hard Disk Sectors : 63
    ATA Revision : ATA/ATAPI-7 T13 1532D version 1
    Total Sectors : 125045424
    Bytes Per Sector : 512
    Multiple Sectors : 16
    Error Correction Bytes : 4
    Unformatted Capacity : 61057 MB
    Maximum PIO Mode : 4
    Maximum Multiword DMA Mode : 2
    Maximum UDMA Mode : 300 MB/s (5)
    Active UDMA Mode : 300 MB/s (5)
    Minimum Multiword DMA Transfer Time : 120 ns
    Recommended Multiword DMA Transfer Time : 120 ns
    Minimum PIO Transfer Time Without IORDY : 120 ns
    Minimum PIO Transfer Time With IORDY : 120 ns
    ATA Control Byte : Valid
    ATA Checksum Value : Valid
    Acoustic Management Configuration


    S.M.A.R.T.
    No. Attribute Threshold Value Worst Data Status Flags
    9 Power On Time Count 0 98 98 000000002736 OK (Always passing) Self Preserving, Event Count, Statistical
    12 Drive Power Cycle Count 0 92 92 000000001F8D OK (Always passing) Self Preserving, Event Count, Statistical
    175 Program Fail Count (Chip) 11 100 100 000000000000 OK Self Preserving, Event Count, Statistical
    176 Erase Fail Count (Chip) 11 100 100 000000000000 OK Self Preserving, Event Count, Statistical
    177 Wear Leveling Count 23 98 98 0000000008A8 OK Event Count, Statistical, Critical
    178 Used Reserved Block Count (Chip) 11 87 87 000000000014 OK Event Count, Statistical, Critical
    179 Used Reserved Block Count (Total) 10 94 94 00000000010A OK Event Count, Statistical, Critical
    180 Unused Reserved Block Count (Total) 10 94 94 000000001356 OK Event Count, Statistical, Critical
    181 Program Fail Count (Total) 10 100 100 000000000000 OK Self Preserving, Event Count, Statistical
    182 Erase Fail Count (Total) 10 100 100 000000000000 OK Self Preserving, Event Count, Statistical
    183 Runtime Bad Block (Total) 10 100 100 000000000000 OK Event Count, Statistical, Critical
    187 Uncorrectable Error Count 0 100 100 000000000000 OK (Always passing) Self Preserving, Event Count, Statistical, Critical
    195 ECC Rate 0 200 200 000000000000 OK (Always passing) Event Count, Error-Rate, Statistical
    198 Off-Line Uncorrectable Sector Count 0 100 100 000000000000 OK (Always passing) Self Preserving, Event Count
    199 Ultra ATA CRC Error Count 0 253 253 000000000000 OK (Always passing) Self Preserving, Event Count, Error-Rate, Performance, Statistical
    233 Media Wearout Indicator 0 199 199 0000000082D3 OK (Always passing) Self Preserving, Event Count, Error-Rate, Statistical
    234 Vendor-specific 0 100 100 000000000000 OK (Always passing) Event Count, Statistical
    235 POR Recovery Count 0 100 100 000000000000 OK (Always passing) Event Count, Statistical
    236 Vendor-specific 0 99 99 000000000A04 OK (Always passing) Event Count, Statistical
    237 Vendor-specific 0 99 99 000000000F64 OK (Always passing) Event Count, Statistical
    238 Vendor-specific 0 100 100 000000000000 OK (Always passing) Event Count, Statistical
     
  2. Wall Street

    Wall Street Senior member

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    If it is operating poorly and overheating, are you sure the heatsink wasn't dislodged from the drop? Thermal throttling would also cause poor performance.