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  1. Thanks! Someone has also pointed out to me that the consumer standard is for 8 hours/day activity while the enterprise standard is for 24 hours/day.
  2. You mean that for example consumer SSD would be SLC while enterprise SSD would use QLC? I don't know if this is the case since usually enterprise SSDs have much higher P/E cycles (~100k) which requires it to have lower bit density (SLC have higher P/E cycles than QLC).
  3. The below image comparison (from ~2010) shows that during the end of its life an enterprise SSD would have much worse data retention duration than a retail/consumer one. This is counterintuitive to what I'd expect since enterprise SSDs are expected to be more robust.. Explanation? original image: http://www.extremetech.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/NAND-Data-Retention-640x392.jpg
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