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2 years ago#1
Do the SSD hard drives break as easily as the older disk based hard drives where you lose all your data? Thanks.
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2 years ago#2
They can have issues like anything, but most new hard drives under 2TB are decent enough.
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2 years ago#3
They probably have a much smaller failure rate than a HDD, just don't defrag one.
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2 years ago#4
Loshadt posted...
They probably have a much smaller failure rate than a HDD, just don't defrag one.


Why not? I got my first one and defrag at first then I saw people say this and stopped doing it. Did I f*** up my SSD? I mean it's still working.
2 years ago#5
Gojak_v3 posted...
Loshadt posted...
They probably have a much smaller failure rate than a HDD, just don't defrag one.


Why not? I got my first one and defrag at first then I saw people say this and stopped doing it. Did I f*** up my SSD? I mean it's still working.


To my knowledge it's just a matter of avoiding unnecessary writes to the SSD, it shouldn't brick it or anything too awful.
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2 years ago#6
Pyrotechnixxx posted...
Gojak_v3 posted...
Loshadt posted...
They probably have a much smaller failure rate than a HDD, just don't defrag one.


Why not? I got my first one and defrag at first then I saw people say this and stopped doing it. Did I f*** up my SSD? I mean it's still working.


To my knowledge it's just a matter of avoiding unnecessary writes to the SSD, it shouldn't brick it or anything too awful.


Okay, I only did it a handful of times and haven't in a long time now. I think I'm okay.
2 years ago#7
Actually, the opposite is true. You really have to try to damage an SSD.
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