Why do data destruction? Sounds like a way to incur a little more wear. I'd just format like you do with HDDs.
I'm using the latest Samsung 970 pro M2's for booting and love them. Samsung's magician OS transfer software made it so easy for me.
Prices have finally dropped to the point that I now have 3 Samsung 2tb 850 pros in my system. I'm using them exclusively for temp storage of project files / videos / pictures. No boot. Software and programs live on a separate Intel 750 PCIe NVMe SSD. Since data on these 3 is temp I want to clean them off for the next project weekly / monthly / whenever. What's the best procedure to have a empty SSD?
With spinning HD's I normally just quick format them losing all data and ending up with a empty drive.
I see Samsung's Magician offers a data destruction option when disposing of your SSD, is this what I want. I forgot to mention TRIM is on and magician is set to optimize.
So what's the procedure?...……………..Raymond