Help, what type of NAND is this?
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11 minutes ago, kale3000 said:
and most importantly, whats the total TBW of it
You can't get TBW from the memory itself, only from the whole device since what makes everything is how the controller handles wear leveling (MLC/TLC etc is alos a function of the controller). So you'd have to look at the specs of the drive itself.
Also TBW numbers are extremely rough estimations that don't really matter. Know some people who have exceeded the rated TBW by 10 times on some drives and they still work fine.
Every storage device should be treated as potentially failing at any time, so have them properly backed up and use them until they throw serious self-test warnings, fail, or become impractically slow.
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