On the first image, I do not really see the version used but generally yes, it is completely normal and expected that an older version (generally any software released before a new, recent SSD) may not support the SSD, may not able to interpret the attributes, their proper meaning, especially if the SSD is working differently than previous models.
Manufacturers sometimes exchange the internals and it is possible that older versions which may recognise older/different SSDs properly from the same manufacturer may not know immediately what to say about a new model.
So in general: For new SSDs, you'd need to use the latest Hard Disk Sentinel version.
This may be true for hard disks too, but usually hard disk S.M.A.R.T. does not change as frequently. SSDs may report status differently based on the different flash controller chip used and released so frequently. So you'd need to use the latest version which should properly support the latest SSDs (sometimes this is the latest beta version, so for very new system / devices, it may be even better to install the latest beta, just to be sure).
Yes, as you can see, the latest version can identify the attributes, their meaning and value. This caused the different (better) health display too: as we expect, the new device should have 100% health of course.
Yes, sometimes attributes may work slightly differently than we expect...
For example, new devices may not need to have 0 power on hours, 0 lifetime writes, 0 start/stop cycles, 0 erases.
This is normal - it does not indicate any problems, just shows the signs of the final testing by the manufacturer. No need to worry about it.
> Also please let me know if the values from No.164 Total Erase Count =869
> (which was 868 before formatting the drive) is ok....
Yes, of course, it is completely normal and expected. It is NOT a fixed number: this attribute counts the total block erases happened (not a _complete_ erase). So formatting, writing, erasing etc... will slowly and surely increase this value.
The Max Erase Count of Spec attribute IS the fixed number which shows how many times the complete surface (all sectors) could be erased.
> Also the data from lines NO. 12,148,149....changed after formatting and - are they ok for a new ssd ?
> shouldn't be close to zero? (power cycle count for ex? or no.148).
Yes, they are absolutely correct.
It is completely expected that they change with usage: by saving data on the device or erasing, yes, these values should change.
No, they no need to be zero, but these values are still close to zero.
> Why all the numbers are different for virgin SSD-s ?
Very good question. I'd be curious about the official answer from the manufacturer
> and please let me know if I shoud keep this this SSD based on this numbers registered by HDSentinel.
Generally as the health and the text description shows, the SSD is 100% healthy and no problems found with it.
Based on the values, the SSD is new, no need to worry about it.
However, personally I always recommend to perform some testing (even on a new disk drive), exactly to reveal any possible issues - or confirm that the disk drive is error-free and we can use it.
Please check: https://www.hdsentinel.com/faq.php#tests
(if you worry about write testing, then at least the first 3 suggested tests).
Also any time, you can use Report menu -> Send test report to developer option. Then I can check the complete status of the SSD, verify and advise.
If you send multiple times (eg. now and then after testing or even some weeks/months of use) then it is possible to compare and verify possible change, degradation too.