SSD-Z is an information tool for Solid State Drives and other disk devices. Using a database, it will show information about your SSD, such as the controller, processing tech, NAND type etc. Other useful information related to disk devices are also shown, such as S.M.A.R.T. status and partition layout.
– Details of the controller and processing tech of NAND chips (for known devices).
– Verify that TRIM is enabled for your system and SSDs.
– S.M.A.R.T. status and full list of all the device’s available attributes.
– List of all partitions. Including hidden, unmapped and boot partitions.
– Benchmark IOPS, transfer speed and random access time (work in progress)
– View the raw device identify data words.
Device Color Coding
Green for SSD
Orange for HDD and other devices
Pink for Removable
Teal for Optical Drives
SSD-Z Changes | 2015 Mar 15
– The current user locale is now used to determine if Celcius or Fahrenheit should be used to display the temperature. If you wish to switch, click on the temperature panel on the device tab.
– The program is now DPI aware, meaning that using a DPI other than 100%, will scale the interface accordingly. This may require a little more tweaking.
– Many more devices have been added.
– Better SMART attribute interpretation based on the SSD controller.
– The minor ATA version is now reported in the ATA Standard tooltip.
– The actual model name is now shown in the program title. For most drives, this is different than the model name reported by the device itself. If an SSD is not in the internal database, no name will not appear in the program title.
– Fixed Kingston devices from being detected properly.
– Fixed an issue where “Samsung 840 PRO” would be detected as “Samsung 840”.
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