The SSD Edition: 2022 Drive Stats Review (Backblaze)

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The SSD Edition: 2022 Drive Stats Review (Backblaze)

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As of December 31, 2022, there were 2,906 SSDs being used as boot drives in our storage servers. There were 13 different models in use, most of which are considered consumer grade SSDs, and we’ll touch on why we use consumer grade SSDs a little later. In this report, we’ll show the Annualized Failure Rate (AFR) for these drive models over various periods of time, making observations and providing caveats to help interpret the data presented.

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Marginally useful data as SSD capacities are far less than HDD they are compared with, and the average age reported offers little long term assurance.
Just FYI.. the quoted text should be formatted as
Or "quoted", as I initially presumed this was SynoForum data.
 
These kind of data should only be shared with the confidence limits, the table is available on the backblaze site, so everyone can judge for themselves how useful the data is/how to interprete. And as always, I enjoy reading it, so thanks for sharing.
 

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