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S4510 consumption and temperature

WShih8
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How to read S4510 M.2 SATA mode SSD consumption and temperature in Linux system?

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JosafathB_Intel
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Hello WShih8,

 

Thank you for contacting Intel® Memory and Storage support.

 

As we understand, you are requesting information related to your Intel® SSD D3-S4510. If we inferred correctly, we would appreciate it if you can review the following information:

 

1- Based on https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/134922/intel-ssd-d3-s4510-series-240gb-m-2-80mm... in the Performance Specifications and Reliability sections, it states the following:

 

-Power - Active

2.2W

 

-Power - Idle

0.8W

 

- Operating Temperature Range

0°C to 70°C

 

-Operating Temperature (Maximum)

70 °C

 

-Operating Temperature (Minimum)

0 °C

 

2- Please follow the instructions in the article Video on Intel® SSD Firmware Update and Health Monitoring Using Intel® Memory and Storage Tool (Intel® MAS):

 

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000057393.html

 

The Video demonstration of Intel® SSD firmware update and health monitoring using Intel® Memory and Storage Tool (https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/30059/Intel-Memory-and-Storage-Tool-CLI-Command-Line-Inter...) includes the necessary steps on how to check your SSD health and how to extract the SMART logs from your drive to check the SSD current state.

 

We are going to follow up with you again next Friday, the 11th of December 2020, if we do not receive an answer from you. Please let me know if you would like to schedule a different date for the follow-up.

 

We will be looking forward to your reply in case you need further assistance.

 

Best regards,

 

Josh B.

Intel® Customer Support Technician

WShih8
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Hi

If we get the temperature from SMART information and the high temperature value is over to 73C.

it's meaning the value is over spec, right?

Will this temperature affect the life cycle or damage the SSD, or does S4510 firmware have any SSD high temperature protections to protect it?

otherwise, if the temperature from SSD controller information over 70C, will controller speed slow down the transmit/receive thru-put or not?

JosafathB_Intel
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Hello WShih8,

 

Thank you for your reply.

 

To answer your questions:

 

-If we get the temperature from SMART information and the high-temperature value is over to 73C. It's meaning the value is over spec, right?

R/ Yes, it means that your SSD is in an environment that the temperature is over the specs.

 

-Will this temperature affect the life cycle or damage the SSD, or does S4510 firmware have any SSD high-temperature protections to protect it? otherwise, if the temperature from SSD controller information over 70C, will controller speed slow down the transmit/receive thru-put or not?

R/ Yes, when the SSD is exposed to temperatures over the specs for a prolonged period, it can damage the SSD. The SSD will try to reduce the SSD speed (performance) to compensate for the higher temperature. As you mentioned, you will feel that the SSD transmit/receive will be slower.

 

We are going to follow up with you again next Tuesday, the 15th of December 2020, if we do not receive an answer from you. Please let me know if you would like to schedule a different date for the follow-up.

 

We will be looking forward to your reply.

 

Best regards,

Josh B.
Intel® Customer Support Technician

WShih8
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Hi

speed:

due to temperature issue, SSD down-speed to protect self, how to read current transmit / receive thru-put rate?

 

temperature:

does the temperature from SMART that it's only controller status or included NAND flash ic

 

Wisely 

JosafathB_Intel
Moderator
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Hello WShih8,

 

Thank you for your reply.

 

To answer your questions:

 

-How to read current transmit/receive thru-put rate?

 

R/ Please follow the steps in the following articles:

 

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000034535.html

 

https://itpeernetwork.intel.com/how-to-benchmark-ssds-with-fio-visualizer/

 

These articles include information on how to benchmark SSDs with FIO Visualizer.

 

The only difference will be to use the Intel® Memory and Storage Tool CLI (Command-Line Interface) https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/30059?v=t instead of the Intel DCT.

 

Please follow the steps and the commands available in the User Guide (https://downloadmirror.intel.com/30059/eng/Intel_Memory_And_Storage_Tool_CLI_User%20Guide-Public-342...) section 3.2.5 to prepare the SSD:

 

delete [-help|-h] [-force|-f] [-output|-o (text|nvmxml|json)] –intelssd

(Index|SerialNumber)

- does the temperature from SMART that it's only controller status or included NAND flash ic

 

R/ Based on the article Intel® SSD Data Center Family SMART Attributes (https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000023512/memory-and-storage/data-center-ss...)

 

In the Intel® Solid State Drive Data Center for SATA SMART Attributes (PDF) https://www.intel.com/content/dam/support/us/en/documents/solid-state-drives/Intel_SSD_Smart_Attrib_..., you can find the following description of the BEh and the C2h SMART values:

 

*BEh Case Temperature

 

Reports the SSD case temperature. Same values as reported in the

attribute C2h.

 

Raw value suggests 100 - case temperature in C degrees.

 

*C2h Temperature

 

The Device Internal Temperature: Reports the internal temperature of the SSD. The temperature reading is the value directly from the printed circuit board (PCB) sensor without offset.

 

We are going to follow up with you again next Tuesday, the 15th of December 2020, if we do not receive an answer from you. Please let me know if you would like to schedule a different date for the follow-up.

 

We will be looking forward to your reply in case you need further assistance.

 

Best regards,

 

Jos B.

Intel Customer Support

JosafathB_Intel
Moderator
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Hello WShih8,

 

Greetings from; Intel® Memory and Storage support.

 

We were reviewing your community thread, which is related to your Intel® SSD D3-S4510. We would like to know if you were able to check our previous post.

 

We are going to follow up with you again next Thursday, the 17th of December 2020, if we do not receive an answer from you. Please let me know if you would like to schedule a different date for the follow-up.

 

We will be looking forward to your reply in case you need further assistance.

 

Best regards,

 

Josh B.

Intel® Customer Support Technician

WShih8
Novice
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Hi Josh,

how to download detail spec?

because our thermal team need more detail for each component temperature limit (T-junction) and we need to check every component is pass or over de-rating requirement.

The critical part be included below:

1. ASIC (Controller) / NAND

2. DRAM chipset

3. PMIC/Inductors/Regulators

 

 

Wisely

JosafathB_Intel
Moderator
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Hello WShih8,

 

Thank you for your reply.

 

The documentation you are requesting is not available for the public.

 

We will follow up with you again next Tuesday, the 22nd of December 2020, if we do not receive an answer from you. Please let me know if you would like to schedule a different date for the follow-up.

 

We will be looking forward to your reply in case you need further assistance.

 

Best regards,

 

Josh B.

Intel® Customer Support Technician

WShih8
Novice
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Hi Josh,

Are there no document descriptors for that information?

how to guarantee the testing is ok for this SSD (S4510)?

Did we read from the SSD controller temperature below 70°C, and then all components passed the requirements?

JosafathB_Intel
Moderator
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Hello WShih8,

 

Thank you for your reply.

 

The best way to check the SSD status is by extracting the SMART logs from your SSD and checking the BEh and the C2h SMART values by using the Intel® Memory and Storage Tool (Intel® MAS).

 

We advise you to contact your original equipment manufacturer (OEM), and to confirm that your system has a backplane or in-board temperature control feature active. If it does, another option is to compare your Server/PC internal temperature with the SMART log values.

 

In case you are looking for information on how to create or modify the SSDs thermal solution, this is not recommended or supported by Intel® and could void your product’s warranty.

 

We can not refer to internal components, readings, or any other design documentation related to our products. Since this is not available to the public.

 

As mentioned in our previous post, the Operating Temperature Range is from 0°C to 70°C. In case that the drive SMART values indicate a temperature under 70°C, for example, 65°C, it means that it is working on the optimal temperature range.

 

 We will follow up with you again next Tuesday, the 22nd of December 2020, if we do not receive an answer from you. Please let me know if you would like to schedule a different date for the follow-up.

 

Best regards,

 

Josh B.

Intel® Customer Support Technician

JosafathB_Intel
Moderator
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Hello WShih8,

 

Greetings from; Intel® Memory and Storage support.

 

We were reviewing your community thread, which is related to your Intel® SSD D3-S4510. We would like to know if you were able to check our previous post.

 

We will follow up with you again next Thursday, the 24th of December 2020, if we do not receive an answer from you. Please let me know if you would like to schedule a different date for the follow-up.

 

Best regards,

 

Josh B.

Intel® Customer Support Technician

JosafathB_Intel
Moderator
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Hello WShih8,

 

Greetings from; Intel® Memory and Storage support.

 

We were reviewing your community thread, which is related to your Intel® SSD D3-S4510. Since we have not heard from you in a while, we are going to close this community thread.

 

If you need further assistance related to an Intel® product, please do not hesitate to contact us back by opening a new thread.

 

Best regards,

 

Josh

Intel Customer Support

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