It sounds like you are having an overheating issue. This may be isolated to the SSD drive or is an indication of a systemic issue (i.e. insufficient cooling (insufficient air movement) around the drive).
If you have Intel Desktop Utilities installed (make sure you have latest version), you can monitor system temperatures - including those of the HDDs and SSDs attached - and watch for this issue occurring.
Temperature is about 30 to 32 Celsius.
I think that the ssd have the issue am I right?
I have tried the disk info tool for the ssd and it says that lifetime for the ssd is 100 100 10
Alas, S.M.A.R.T. attributes are not necessarily a good indicator of drive health; there are many kinds of problems that could occur without the S.M.A.R.T. attributes providing any sort of advanced warning or ever indicating that anything is wrong.
While I cannot rule out the motherboard having an issue, it sure looks to me as if the problem is within the SSD. The fact that the amount of time that passes before the problem occurs lengthens when testing on a slower interface points specifically to the SSD being the culprit. Do you have another PC that you could test the SSD in to see if the problem occurs there?