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    I can’t bring myself to trust TLC with its 8 charge levels per cell. QLC with 16 levels sounds insane.

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      It makes me think about the sdcard hacker who gave that talk where he said something like “flash memory doesn’t actually store your data. It stores a probabilistic representation of your date.”

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      The key/value store disk drive sounds cute…. I can just see something like github using something like this to backend their entire collections of */.git/objects onto a {key=sha1,value=blob} should be much much faster / and use less space!

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        When I saw a presentation about the kinetic drive at ricon west a few years ago, the latency distribution was pretty lackluster. has this gotten better in recent drives like this?