Crystalsidkinfo just reads the SMART info off the drive, its just repeating what drive is telling it.
If drive says that, it should be right. Its always possible someone reprogrammed the controller chip but I don't know odds of that happening with Samsung drives. You probably fine.
if its not been on, its possibly the least risky 2nd hand drive.
I seen Crucial drives fail, so I lean towards Samsung. Shame you can't run their ssd software on that drive.
I thought I replied to the install question. It might. But only if cause is a driver.
In storage, a pagefile is a reserved portion of a hard disk that is used as an extension of random access memory (RAM) for data in RAM that hasn't been used recently.
So when gaming, anything that's not stay-resident and isn't being used by the game as such can be written to pagefile. That includes any stuff for Antivirus, Adobe, or half a hundred programs you may have in startup which get put on hold when gaming. But many of those programs don't follow the 'I'm gaming, put it on hold' rules and try and run checks anyway.
Run a CMD with Admin, sfc /scannow to rule out any corruption of system files, that includes pagefile.sys and himem.sys