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Archive for the ‘SSD’ Category

Intel SSD 600p Series NVMe SSD Temperatures: ensure you cool it properly even for moderate use

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/04/30

A short while ago, I installed a pair of 1TB Intel 600p NVMe SSD devices.

Performing a straight rsync backup of some 100 gigabyte of data managed to shutdown both of them: the throttling was so much that VMware ESXi lost the volumes on it and showed “Permanently inaccessible device”.

I was quite surprised as the initial reviews did not mention any temperature problems, but apparently there are.

Since then I’ve put a 120mm fan near to it which made the problems go away, but it still every now and then jumped to over 60 degrees Celsius.

Later I “fixed” it in a better way for cooling getting the idle temperature around 30 degrees Celsius and heavy duty temperatures around 40 degrees Celsius:

I did not have to mount any M.2 heatsinks on them yet; they probably won’t fit under the fan anyway

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–jeroen

Posted in Hardware, NVMe, Power User, SSD | Leave a Comment »

If you never updated your Intel 320 SSD firmware, you should

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/04/23

Somehow I missed this:

So I made a file and an image backup, then updated the firmware.

–jeroen

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Solid state drives in Linux: Enabling TRIM for SSDs – fstrim command and mount option discard | Opensource.com

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/04/06

When using SSD drives on Linux, mind the discard option in mnt and the fstrim command: [WayBackSolid state drives in Linux: Enabling TRIM for SSDs | Opensource.com

–jeroen

Posted in *nix, *nix-tools, Hardware, Power User, SSD, Trim | Leave a Comment »

Best SSDs: Holiday 2017

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/01/15

Not just a great overview for the season, but also a good overview on what the state of the art in various SSD products is: [WayBackBest SSDs: Holiday 2017.

Recommended reading when you are looking for SSDs

–jeroen

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SSD TRIM check tool | CyberShadow’s blog

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/08/17

SSD TRIM check tool | CyberShadow’s blog [WayBack] has source code on github:

trimcheck – SSD TRIM check tool for Windows

Source: CyberShadow/trimcheck: SSD TRIM check tool for Windows

It’s written in D using rdmd as compiler.

–jeroen

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Posted in D, Development, Hardware, Power User, Software Development, SSD, Trim, Windows | 1 Comment »

 
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