SSD-Z is in development!


SSD-Z is in development!

SSD-Z is in development!


The Danish developer Anders Jakobsen has is developing SSD-Z. A free tool like CPU-Z and GPU-Z that provides you with information about the SSD(s) used in a system, from the controller, NAND type (including process tech), let's you know if TRIM is enabled and even benchmark your drives.


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Program Description

SSD-Z is an information tool for Solid State Drives and other disk devices. Using a database, it will show information about your SSD, such as the controller, processing tech, NAND type etc. Other useful information related to disk devices are also shown, such as S.M.A.R.T. status and partition layout.


- Details of the controller and processing tech of NAND chips (for known devices). - Verify that TRIM is enabled for your system and SSDs. - S.M.A.R.T. status and full list of all the device's available attributes. - List of all partitions. Including hidden, unmapped and boot partitions. - Benchmark IOPS, transfer speed and random access time (work in progress) - View the raw device identify data words.

Device Color Coding

Green for SSD Orange for HDD and other devices Pink for Removable Teal for Optical Drives


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Currently you can download the beta version of this software for the official site here. Let's hope that this software will prove as useful as it's counterparts CPU and GPU counterparts, CPU-Z and GPU-Z.
You can join the discussion on SSD-Z on the OC3D Forums.
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Most Recent Comments

19-03-2015, 13:31:07

Thats pretty cool. This will be popular. I know i'll be gettin it once beta ends. Beats having to download specific software from a company *cough* Samsung *cough* in order to get all the infoQuote

19-03-2015, 16:01:32

sounds like a great piece of software, will definitely grab it when it comes out :3Quote

19-03-2015, 21:44:36

This little program will come in very handyQuote

20-03-2015, 17:41:01

Originally Posted by Pr3d4t0r View Post
sounds like a great piece of software, will definitely grab it when it comes out :3
I thought I'd Google it, Google says this is the website for it:


Definitely going to give this a whirl Quote

20-03-2015, 17:51:48

HDSentinel does pretty much the same thing. I'll definitely give this a try though.Quote

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