We are aware of your situation regarding the temperature of your Intel® SSD 600p Series.
In order to better understand your problem, please provide the following information:
-Could you please let us know what do you mean with the pc drops the NVMe partition?
-Could you please let us know the Firmware version of the SSD?
-What is the operating system you are using?
- https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/25293/Intel-System-Support-Utility-for-Windows- Download Intel® System Support Utility, run the tool and use it to create and save a report with all sections, then add your reply to this thread and use the Advanced editor options to attach the resulting file to your post.
-Make sure that where the SSD is connected has the proper airflow.
-Could you please let us know if there are other components like video cards close to the M.2 port that the SSD is connected?
-Coul you please let us know the workload that this SSD has?
We look forward to hearing back from you.
Hi Junior M.
My server is running on a vsphere esxi 6.5 ,there are 2 VMs (A&B) with virtual 10 Gigabit and server 2012 r2 installed each.
Nvme partition drop 8 out of 10 when i was copying large data (around 5GB-10GB) from VM A to VM B or vice versa,
which means the Nvme drive just disappeared.
It just fine after the server is rebooted.
I have one 4 ports intel network card and nvidia g210 installed on pci-e.
i think the workload is mentioned as what intel say.
Read ~1xxxMB/s read and 400MB/s write during the data copying.
i dont know the firmware version,i never upgrade since i bought it last month.
However, i can provide some information on the packing:
Please keep in mind that the Intel® SSD 600p Series is a consumer drive. For server environment, we recommend our data center models, such as the http://ark.intel.com/compare/94926,96928,96932 Intel® SSD DC P4501 Series.
It seems that the SSD may be having a Thermo Throttling situation, this is a safeguard feature to prevent damage to the drive, to avoid this we recommend you to install the SSD in a well-ventilated case.