Pepto - concur with neon neophyte assesement - have 13 SSD by a host of diff manuf - NOT a single failure, Not even exteme slow downs.
Just Sata III SSDs - 3 Crucial M42, 3 Samsung 830's, 1 Smasung 840 Pro, even two (UGH) 120 gig agility IIIs.
Alexbd88, don't take this the wrong way, BUT this is way starting with windows 7, Usoft now includes an EXCELLENT back up utility to create a system image of your sstem (Your case SSD). Hade you done this most likely you could have recovered in about 15 Minutes to a state EXACTLY as the SSD was when you created the Image.
NOTE: Windows 8 buried this great utility, Why is a great mystry).
Just used this the other day to transfer My 128 gig Samsung 830 Windows 8 to a Samsung 256 gig 840 Pro. As I indicated Time to create image about 10 Minutes, It will prompt you to crete a repair disK, Swap old SS out install New SR 5 Min. Boot to repair disk and re install image to New SSD about 15 Min. Reboot and I system was exactly as it was, only with a larger SSD.
What I would do in your case is connect the SSD to a 2nd system and run Samsungs Magician. Do a secure erease. Reload windows 8 - THEN CREATE the image that I mentioned.