SP SSD Toolbox

October 8th, 2023 - Free - 100% Safe
(6 votes, average: 2.83 out of 5)
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To maximize the performance of your Silicon Power SSD, you can take advantage of this application. SP SSD Toolbox has an easy-to-use interface that targets beginners and advanced users.

Maximizing SSD Performance

With this interface, you can easily get started and perform all the necessary functions to maintain optimal SSD performance.

This application provides many features. These include the availability of device information, count of the wear out, SMART Status, and information about the block. Moreover, the diagnostic scan, performance test, and secure erase are other features of the SP SSD Toolbox.

Comprehensive SSD Management and Optimization

This application can also find the latest firmware for the storage devices attached to the system, leading to better performance optimization. Once you install the required software, you must restart your system to implement the changes in the latest version.

SP SSD Toolbox provides SP SSD users with all the information they need about the device. Additionally, the application’s various features help optimize the SSD drive.


In conclusion, the SP SSD Toolbox is invaluable for novice and experienced users seeking to maximize their Silicon Power SSD’s performance.

Its user-friendly interface simplifies maintenance tasks while offering a comprehensive range of features, including device information, wear-out monitoring, SMART status, and diagnostic scans.

Furthermore, it facilitates firmware updates, ensuring your SSD operates at its best. Using this application, you can harness the full potential of your SP SSD while staying well-informed about its performance and health.

Technical details

Latest version:
4.0.8 D1
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File size:
32.77 MB
Supported OS
Windows 11 / Windows 10 / Windows 8 / Windows 7

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Tai Baca
Tai Baca
4 years ago

I have something like 8 drives in and attached to my system. This software sees every one except the Silicon Power drive, the one it was designed for!! Unbelievable.

Granted it’s attached via USB, but so are many of the others. And the Crucial software had no problem tuning it’s USB-attached drive.

4 years ago
Reply to  Tai Baca

Same here. NVMe M.2 drive. Totally worthless but v3.0.6.0 seems to work.