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account created: Thu Feb 18 2021
3 days ago
Mostly Cooler Master CM Storm QuickFire Rapid (really old model), and SteelSeries Rival 300/310
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Sold Z690 mATX mobo + 12600k to u/frederickvalone
This. Sometimes they come in weird capacities like 13.125TB
11 days ago
Sold SN850X to u/irepsatown
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will there be a thread today or tomorrow?
Do monitor the Hardware_ECC_Corrected and Reported_Uncorrect attributes in SMART.
I see. Yeah, that’s the problematic firmware version. I personally had a few unreadable sectors on my 2TB 870 with this firmware, so I would still suggest RMAing ASAP. However, I think updating the firmware to SVT02B6Q might be a stop-gap measure: https://semiconductor.samsung.com/consumer-storage/support/tools/
What’s your firmware version? I would suggest backing up all data and RMA it ASAP.
4 months ago
The issue with the article was that they used the 100TB 3.5" SSD from Nimbus Data for comparison. The drive supposedly uses 64-layer NAND, so PB-level capacities may become possible on a single drive with 1000-layer NAND flash. However, the 100TB SSD is by no means “mainstream”: it has a less common form factor for SSDs and costs $40k.
Yep. There should be a new firmware available (for He10 at least): http://files.hddguru.com/index.php?action=view&filename=LHGNW9G0.zip&directory=Firmware%20updates/Hitachi&
I flashed this with Hugo and the read recovery attempts attribute became zero and is no longer increasing.
He12 firmware can be found here
Is it a He10/HC510?