Electronics generally work 100% or zero percent. Mechanical devices such as hard drives do have indicators of impending failure as per SMART reporting which you already know about.
Fans have impending failure indicators but that is based on your hearing and listening for indicators such as oscillating speeds, squealing bearings, etc.
Another potential indicator of a degrading fan is CPU heat level. On a laptop means fan exhaust vents are clogged or RPM is too low. It could also mean CPU / motherboard needs a dust cleaning with compressed air (don't use your breath which contains moisture). It could also mean your CPU heat sink needs to be reseated with new thermal paste.
If your machine locks up and display a bad memory error you can test your RAM following these instructions: How to check for errors in RAM via linux?.
If the RAM checker finds a bad memory block you can blacklist it using these instructions: Is there a way of limiting the Kernel's memory manager to use only 75% of memory?
NVMe PCIe M.2 Gen 3.0 x 4 (or 2) SSD
If you have an SSD they're life span is measured in trillions of writes. Your SMART utility already measures SSD life but not for NVMe SSDs. For that you need
nvme-cli. To install it use:
sudo apt install nvme-cli
Next gather information available from SSD:
$ sudo nvme smart-log /dev/nvme0
Smart Log for NVME device:nvme0 namespace-id:ffffffff
critical_warning : 0
temperature : 40 C
available_spare : 100%
available_spare_threshold : 10%
percentage_used : 0%
data_units_read : 12,539,332
data_units_written : 10,623,582
host_read_commands : 281,194,884
host_write_commands : 96,528,713
controller_busy_time : 672
power_cycles : 1,677
power_on_hours : 687
unsafe_shutdowns : 105
media_errors : 0
num_err_log_entries : 279
Warning Temperature Time : 0
Critical Composite Temperature Time : 0
Temperature Sensor 1 : 40 C
Temperature Sensor 2 : 51 C
Temperature Sensor 3 : 0 C
Temperature Sensor 4 : 0 C
Temperature Sensor 5 : 0 C
Temperature Sensor 6 : 0 C
Temperature Sensor 7 : 0 C
Temperature Sensor 8 : 0 C
The most important field is
Percentage used which shows as 0%. This isn't disk usage percent but life used percent. I've had this drive since October 2017 and now it's December 2018. As soon as
Percentage used hits 1% I can multiply the number of months I've owned it by 100 to find out when it will die. At the current rate I can say the drive will live 100+ years. Of course it will be obsolete in ten years anyway.
System Monitor on desktop with
Many people like to show their system status (and health) on a portion of their desktop. I like to keep my Conky running on the right 20% of my primary monitor:
Note: The 97% CPU usage on single CPU is caused by screen recorder itself.
To learn more about
conky and CPU usage see: How do I stress test CPU and RAM (at the same time)?