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Crucial MX300 SMART fields

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I recently picked up an MX300 and a number of smart fields are listed as <Vendor - specific>.

These fields don't seem much unchanged from the mx200,

From the MX200

ID    Attribute Description    Threshold    Value    Worst    Data    Status
01    Raw Read Error Rate    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
05    Reallocated Sector Count    10    100    100    0    OK: Value is normal
09    Power-On Hours Count    0    100    100    15047    OK: Always passes
0C    Power Cycle Count    0    100    100    83    OK: Always passes
AB    Program Fail Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
AC    Erase Fail Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
AD    Wear Leveling Count    0    95    95    177    OK: Always passes
AE    Unexpected Power Loss Count    0    100    100    75    OK: Always passes
B4    Unused Reserve (Spare) NAND Blocks    0    0    0    2586    OK: Always passes
B7    SATA Interface Downshift    0    100    100    15    OK: Always passes
B8    Error Correction Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
BB    Reported Uncorrectable Errors    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
C2    Enclosure Temperature    0    62    49    51, 24, 38    OK: Always passes
C4    Re-allocation Event Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
C5    Current Pending Sector Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
C6    SMART Off-line Scan Uncorrectable Error Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
C7    Ultra DMA CRC Error Rate    0    100    100    4695    OK: Always passes
CA    Percentage Of The Rated Lifetime Used    1    95    95    5    OK: Value is normal
CE    Write Error Rate    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
D2    Successful RAIN Recovery Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
F6    Total Host Sector Writes    0    100    100    22.77 TB    OK: Always passes
F7    Host Program Page Count    0    100    100    1528632514    OK: Always passes
F8    FTL Program Page Count    0    100    100    281716231    OK: Always passes

From the MX300

ID    Attribute Description    Threshold    Value    Worst    Data    Status
01    Raw Read Error Rate    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
05    Reallocated Sector Count    10    100    100    0    OK: Value is normal
09    Power-On Time Count    0    100    100    1    OK: Always passes
0C    Power Cycle Count    0    100    100    8    OK: Always passes
AB    <vendor-specific>    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
AC    <vendor-specific>    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
AD    <vendor-specific>    0    100    100    1    OK: Always passes
AE    <vendor-specific>    0    100    100    5    OK: Always passes
B4    Host Program Page Count    0    100    100    1528632514    OK: Always passes
B7    <vendor-specific>    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
B8    End-to-End Error    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
BB    Reported Uncorrectable Errors    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
C2    Temperature    0    60    60    40, 27, 40    OK: Always passes
C4    Reallocation Event Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
C5    Current Pending Sector Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
C6    Offline Uncorrectable Sector Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
C7    Ultra ATA CRC Error Rate    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
CA    Data Address Mark Errors    1    100    100    0    OK: Value is normal
CE    Flying Height    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes   < this field is named wrong for some reason, its the same as the writer error rate field on the mx200.
D2    FTL Program Page Count    0    100    100    281716279    OK: Always passes
F6    <vendor-specific>    0    100    100    8116072    OK: Always passes
F7    <vendor-specific>    0    0    0    1936    OK: Always passes
F8    Ramp Load Value    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes

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Please right-click on the bottom status bar of AIDA64 main window --> Disk Debug --> SMART Dump. Copy-paste the full results into this topic, or attach the results as a TXT file to your post. You may need to enable status bar in AIDA64 / main menu / View first.


Thanks,
Fiery

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Thank you. We'll implement advanced support for MX300 SSDs in the next AIDA64 beta update due next week ;)

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I see you have added the mx300 in the new beta :)

I am seeing some odd GUI behaviour though when switching between the two ssd's though involving the smart fields

 

If i select a HDD and then the MX200 or MX300 i see this

mx200

ID    Attribute Description    Threshold    Value    Worst    Data    Status
01    Raw Read Error Rate    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
05    Reallocated Sector Count    10    100    100    0    OK: Value is normal
09    Power-On Hours Count    0    100    100    15201    OK: Always passes
0C    Power Cycle Count    0    100    100    84    OK: Always passes
AB    Program Fail Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
AC    Erase Fail Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
AD    Wear Leveling Count    0    95    95    178    OK: Always passes
AE    Unexpected Power Loss Count    0    100    100    76    OK: Always passes
B4    Unused Reserve (Spare) NAND Blocks    0    0    0    2586    OK: Always passes
B7    SATA Interface Downshift    0    100    100    15    OK: Always passes
B8    Error Correction Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
BB    Reported Uncorrectable Errors    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
C2    Enclosure Temperature    0    63    49    51, 24, 37    OK: Always passes
C4    Re-allocation Event Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
C5    Current Pending Sector Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
C6    SMART Off-line Scan Uncorrectable Error Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
C7    Ultra DMA CRC Error Rate    0    100    100    4695    OK: Always passes
CA    Percentage Of The Rated Lifetime Used    1    95    95    5    OK: Value is normal
CE    Write Error Rate    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
D2    Successful RAIN Recovery Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
F6    Total Host Sector Writes    0    100    100    22.84 TB    OK: Always passes
F7    Host Program Page Count    0    100    100    1533394129    OK: Always passes
F8    FTL Program Page Count    0    100    100    282356913    OK: Always passes

mx300

ID    Attribute Description    Threshold    Value    Worst    Data    Status
01    Raw Read Error Rate    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
05    Reallocated Sector Count    10    100    100    0    OK: Value is normal
09    Power-On Hours Count    0    100    100    154    OK: Always passes
0C    Power Cycle Count    0    100    100    8    OK: Always passes
AB    Program Fail Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
AC    Erase Fail Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
AD    Wear Leveling Count    0    100    100    3    OK: Always passes
AE    Unexpected Power Loss Count    0    100    100    5    OK: Always passes
B4    Unused Reserve (Spare) NAND Blocks    0    0    0    1936    OK: Always passes
B7    SATA Interface Downshift    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
B8    Error Correction Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
BB    Reported Uncorrectable Errors    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
C2    Enclosure Temperature    0    67    51    49, 27, 33    OK: Always passes
C4    Re-allocation Event Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
C5    Current Pending Sector Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
C6    SMART Off-line Scan Uncorrectable Error Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
C7    Ultra DMA CRC Error Rate    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
CA    Percentage Of The Rated Lifetime Used    1    100    100    0    OK: Value is normal
CE    Write Error Rate    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
D2    Successful RAIN Recovery Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
F6    Total Host Sector Writes    0    100    100    860.07 GB    OK: Always passes
F7    Host Program Page Count    0    100    100    56394814    OK: Always passes
F8    FTL Program Page Count    0    100    100    16334715    OK: Always passes

 

However, if i switch from SSD to SSD, it will do this

mx200

ID    Attribute Description    Threshold    Value    Worst    Data    Status
01    Raw Read Error Rate    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
05    Reallocated Sector Count    10    100    100    0    OK: Value is normal
09    Power-On Hours Count    0    100    100    15201    OK: Always passes
0C    Power Cycle Count    0    100    100    84    OK: Always passes
AB    Program Fail Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
AC    Erase Fail Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
AD    Wear Leveling Count    0    95    95    178    OK: Always passes
AE    Unexpected Power Loss Count    0    100    100    76    OK: Always passes
B4    Host Program Page Count    0    100    100    1533394129    OK: Always passes
B7    SATA Interface Downshift    0    100    100    15    OK: Always passes
B8    Error Correction Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
BB    Reported Uncorrectable Errors    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
C2    Enclosure Temperature    0    63    49    51, 24, 37    OK: Always passes
C4    Re-allocation Event Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
C5    Current Pending Sector Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
C6    SMART Off-line Scan Uncorrectable Error Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
C7    Ultra DMA CRC Error Rate    0    100    100    4695    OK: Always passes
CA    Percentage Of The Rated Lifetime Used    1    95    95    5    OK: Value is normal
CE    Host Program Page Count    0    100    100    56394814    OK: Always passes
D2    FTL Program Page Count    0    100    100    282357425    OK: Always passes
F6    Total Host Sector Writes    0    100    100    22.84 TB    OK: Always passes
F7    Host Program Page Count    0    100    100    1533394129    OK: Always passes
F8    FTL Program Page Count    0    100    100    282357425    OK: Always passes

 

mx300

ID    Attribute Description    Threshold    Value    Worst    Data    Status
01    Raw Read Error Rate    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
05    Reallocated Sector Count    10    100    100    0    OK: Value is normal
09    Power-On Hours Count    0    100    100    154    OK: Always passes
0C    Power Cycle Count    0    100    100    8    OK: Always passes
AB    Program Fail Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
AC    Erase Fail Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
AD    Wear Leveling Count    0    100    100    3    OK: Always passes
AE    Unexpected Power Loss Count    0    100    100    5    OK: Always passes
B4    Host Program Page Count    0    100    100    1533394129    OK: Always passes
B7    SATA Interface Downshift    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
B8    Error Correction Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
BB    Reported Uncorrectable Errors    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
C2    Enclosure Temperature    0    67    51    49, 27, 33    OK: Always passes
C4    Re-allocation Event Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
C5    Current Pending Sector Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
C6    SMART Off-line Scan Uncorrectable Error Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
C7    Ultra DMA CRC Error Rate    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
CA    Percentage Of The Rated Lifetime Used    1    100    100    0    OK: Value is normal
CE    Write Error Rate    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes
D2    FTL Program Page Count    0    100    100    282357489    OK: Always passes
F6    Host Program Page Count    0    100    100    56394814    OK: Always passes
F7    Unused Reserve (Spare) NAND Blocks    0    0    0    1936    OK: Always passes
F8    Successful RAIN Recovery Count    0    100    100    0    OK: Always passes

 

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Thank you for the feedback. Which drive of yours is the first one in the list of drives on the Storage / SMART page of AIDA64?

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19 hours ago, Squall Leonhart said:

it hasn't, im guessing it might be the controller doing it

Thank you. Quite puzzling, since we've used SMART device emulation to verify the whole thing, but it works properly on our -- albeit emulated -- system. Would it be possible to record a video of the issue and upload it to Youtube or send us directly, so we could see what exactly are you clicking through (how exactly you navigate on the AIDA64 user interface), and what exactly is shown? In our efforts of trying to replicate the issue, maybe we're not doing what you're doing...

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All im doing is selecting the MX300 after the MX200 and vice versa and the smart fields come back wrong, some of them duplicated or missing.

This could just be a Jmicron glitch, or one that only occurs when used with MSAHCI drivers, jmicron drivers are slower and buggy, and don't work with SSD tools well at all.

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7 hours ago, Squall Leonhart said:

JMB363, 1 esata, 1 internal sata, and a pata port for 2 devices.

Thank you. Does it mean you've got only one of those SSDs connected to the JMB363 controller, and you've got the other one connected to the internal SATA controller of your chipset?

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5 hours ago, Squall Leonhart said:

both are connected to the JMB chip presently, one connected to the rear esata port, and another connected on the case esata port.

 

both of these will be going internal when my new build is ready.

Thank you. Please let us know when your new build is ready. Let's hope it will solve this issue. If not, we'll keep hunting for the bug ;)

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