QUOTE(horns @ Feb 11 2018, 05:04 PM)
yeah by the time its nand flash is depleted, you already have a much higher capacity ssd available to grab.
in general tlc ssd consumes more host writes than mlc ssd, but for tlc nand that use 3d-nand/v-nand technology, it's really not an issue. for instance, my 960 evo 1tb (a 48-layer v-nand ssd) has consumed 1.9tbw in nearly a year of usage as os drive. sounds like a lot (compared to my mlc drives), but if i assumed it consume 4tbw a year, and i divide that number with its expected endurance rating of 400tbw, i need 100 years to deplete its expected tbw.
Mine is 850 Evo, I think it's using v nand too.
And my pc is not daily use. So I don't think I need to worry about its life expectancy.
QUOTE(tenchi0205 @ Feb 11 2018, 06:12 PM)
Any other ways to check what had fark up?
Possibility that the gc hardware got something wrong?
You got any unused HDD? If got then can try use it to replace your c HDD temporarily and do fresh install to see if the problem still persist.