Hi, first than all, congratulations by HD Sentinel, amazing tool and solid confident forum.
I have a WD Black 1TB which report a Power On Time of 2567 days and Estimated remaining Life Time: more than 100 days. That's about 62 thousand hours, which seem to places the risk indicator very high according to standards on life spam.
However catches my attention the health of the disk and its flawless performance during near of 7 years, both 100% Performance and Health.
Shouldn't the hard drive be dead already with such old age?
The disk has survived 5 PC renewals instances / upgrades in 7 years, sharing loads with another 1TB WD black which is a bit newer, about 4 years and 83% Health, 100% performance.
I regularly backup it, so not risk on data lost, but I don't know whether to keep it in use or to get rid of it for fear some random data corruption may inadvertently occur.
BTW, do you know of similar rating? Or is this an unusual case?