"More than 18 months ago, I vowed to push all six drives to their bitter ends. I didn't do so in the name of god or country or even self-defense, either. I did it just to watch them die.
Technically, I'm also a torturer—or at least an enhanced interrogator. Instead of offering a quick and painless death, I slowly squeezed out every last drop of life with a relentless stream of writes far more demanding than anything the SSDs would face in a typical PC. To make matters worse, I exploited their suffering by chronicling the entire process online.
Today, that story draws to a close with the final chapter in the SSD Endurance Experiment. The last two survivors met their doom on the road to 2.5PB, joining four fallen comrades who expired earlier. It's time to honor the dead and reflect on what we've learned from all the carnage
This experiment sought to find out by writing a near-constant stream of data to Corsair's Neutron GTX 240GB, Intel's 335 Series 240GB, Kingston's HyperX 3K 240GB, Samsung's 840 Series 250GB, and Samsung's 840 Pro 256GB." - TechReport
Find out the results: http://techreport.com/review/27909/the-ssd-endurance-experiment-theyre-all-dead/3