The RAW value of Total NAND Writes shown by Intel® SSD Toolbox indicates the amount of GB written to the NAND chips. As you suggested, for your drive it is around 10 TB; this results in a write amplication factor of 10 to 1 for your SSD.
The Write Amplication depends mainly on the type of workload. However, we are currently researching about this matter on the Intel® SSD 530 and 535 Series, once we have more information, it will be posted in the main thread related to this topic:
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Could you do me a favor?
I don't want to use LPM (HIPM/DIPM/Devslp) , may I have Intel's support to get the FW which not supports LPM?