Why from time to time freezes the computer?

After installing the SSD many months ago from time to time the computer tightly hangs for 20 seconds and in Linux and in Windows under any load and even when switching between folders in Windows Explorer or console.
And it's getting worse. I sin on not a very good SSD, but never got around to do it.

Now here launched WhySoSlow and LatencyMon and got the following result:

Could this be the reason for such a long and dead hangs? That could mean this error and what causes it? Dies if anything on the mother? Why is the BIOS, which worked fine suddenly requires updates and what to do if update won't help? Could this be due to the new SSD or is it just a coincidence?
April 3rd 20 at 17:23
1 answer
April 3rd 20 at 17:25
The problem is clearly with the SSD / HDD. At some point the system accesses the disk, but the answer is no, the system is waiting, the answer comes.
Disconnect the other drives, leave only the SSD and it will be great if the issue persists, you can eliminate the other drives from the list of suspects.

What the software refers to the BIOS/UEFI, only indicates that the problem is low-level, ie, from Windows/Linux not connected.

0. If the system is in overclocking, unplug the whole. Seen as an increase in voltage in the system for the "stability" of acceleration, leads to a failure that is SSD. Turn it on after, when everything will be OK.

1. Update the BIOS/UEFI. Can't hurt, and may solve the problem if the update is some bug fixes or instructions for new equipment.
2. Update the SSD firmware using official utility. I always do this first thing after buying any SSD.

If not SSD M2 format, then:

3. Change SATA cable, at least in places where the contact is bad, the latch broke.
4. Change the SATA port to connect the SSD connector is damaged suddenly.
5. Try connecting the SSD to another SATA controller if their mother some.

Still can temporarily move the system to any other drive for a couple of days, removing the SSD from the system to make sure that the reason in it (or in it).

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