Putting SSD to sleep Tags: SSD Storage Power Last response: November 29, 2013 10:16 PM in Storage Share eagleneb November 29, 2013 8:35:08 PM I have an SSD and was wondering if it's okay to put it to sleep? Someone told me this was bad for the drive but I can't find a straight answer anywhere else about it. I know SSD's don't NEED to be put to sleep since they use less power, but will still doing so damage it? More about : putting ssd sleep Dereck47 a c 529 G Storage November 29, 2013 10:16:52 PM Earlier generation SSDs (couple of years back) had problems waking up from sleep. Most of those issues have been resolved with firmware updates. If your motherboard's BIOS is on its latest version and your SSD is on its latest firmware version then you shouldn't have any problems with sleep mode. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedPutting laptop to sleep while it's hot Forum Is putting your PC to sleep often safe? Forum SolvedPutting computer in sleep mode when oc'd? Forum SolvedPC making a sound after putting to sleep? Forum SolvedCorrupted Bios after putting to sleep Forum SolvedBest time setting for putting a hard drive to sleep. Forum Alt key putting my pc to sleep. Forum I just built a new PC and I'm having trouble with putting it to sleep. It will go to sleep and start back up in 3 seconds ever Forum Hearing audio in speakers after putting computer to sleep Forum SolvedHow do I stop games from putting saves directly to my Boot Drive (SSD)? Forum putting laptop to sleep wakes up server Forum Help! PC is randomly freezing and putting the monitor to sleep! Forum SolvedWill putting my operating system on an SSD make my PC quieter? Forum Putting specific drive in Sleep mode? Forum SolvedPutting windows on ssd Forum SolvedWill I benefit from putting OS and Apps on separate SSD? Forum SolvedIs an SSD worth it for just putting an OS on it? Forum SolvedPutting my OS on an SSD without disk? Forum CPU clock resetting when putting PC to sleep Forum SolvedWeird things when PC is put to sleep. Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !