Does turning off your PC drives SSD?

Want to understand a legend or really should leave your PC switched on... Disk OCZ Agility 3, if that.
October 8th 19 at 03:13
7 answers
October 8th 19 at 03:15
"preserving" your PC will keep all its components in working condition for many years.
For this I recommend to wrap it in airtight packaging, while very desirable in vacuum packs to remove excess moisture. Place it in protected from sunlight a cool place. During storage do not expose to concussion and shock.
October 8th 19 at 03:17
Where are the legs? :)
Not harm.
October 8th 19 at 03:19
If you think logically, that included the computer, even when idle will periodically write something to disk (how much and how often depends on your settings). To reset the magazines, etc.
On the other hand when you shut down the OS will still drop on the screw is not recorded logs and other information (again, depends on how you have configured the OS).

On my laptop SSD. He works 3-8 hours a day. I prefer to turn it off, because even if it is more harmful to the SSD (which I strongly doubt), the damage from dust which is sucked cooling system for 16-21 hours of potential downtime a lot more.
Mounted in RO and no one still does not record over it. - Jacinto_Oberbrunn commented on October 8th 19 at 03:22
October 8th 19 at 03:21
I think this legend gave rise to the SSD on the SandForce controllers that have problems with sleep mode. After waking up, the disk fails to be detected, with all the consequences (BSOD, lockups, warranty return).
Some owners prefer these discs to keep the computer is turned on — for the sake of your own peace of mind.
October 8th 19 at 03:23
Depends on the type and settings of the OS. And in any case, during the idle comp wound 4500r much sooner than will die of the screw when switched off.
October 8th 19 at 03:25
SSD has no mechanics. If it hurt — so glitches. Glitch, better to know sooner than later. Backups from wear and tear and glitches no one has canceled.
October 8th 19 at 03:27
When shutdown occurs, the write to the disk? Therefore injurious.

Another question, do I need to worry.

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