Flood göndermek, insanların floodlarını okumak ve diğer insanlarla bağlantı kurmak için sosyal Floodlar ve Flood Yanıtları Motorumuza kaydolun.

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Flood göndermek, insanların floodlarını okumak ve diğer insanlarla bağlantı kurmak için sosyal Floodlar ve Flood Yanıtları Motorumuza giriş yapın.

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How ssds work

How ssds work

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  1. The packaging is WAY smaller in real life. Open up any Samsung SSD these days an you’ll find it’s a single board that only takes up about half of the 2.5” enclosure. The ICs have gotten smaller as a result of the push towards M2 form factors.

  2. This appears to be a MLC drive. Depending on the chip, [flash stores between 1 and 4 bits per cell](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multi-level_cell).

    > SLC memory has the advantage of higher write speeds, lower power consumption and higher cell endurance. However, because SLC memory stores less data per cell than MLC memory, it costs more per megabyte of storage to manufacture. Due to higher transfer speeds and expected longer life, SLC flash technology is used in high-performance memory cards. In February 2016, a study was published that showed little difference in practice between the reliability of SLC and MLC

  3. They forgot the part where TRIM commands fuck with the file system’s Master File Table and makes disk forensics a bitch lol

  4. Based first glances at the thumbnail, I thought this was the “Unix System” UI from Jurassic Park

  5. I don’t know much about SDDs but a little bit about communications technology. They also map bits to analogue and try to figure out the bits again from voltages and do pretty sophisticated things. It wouldn’t surprize me if SSDs actually used similar sophisticated modulation techniques (like [TCQ](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trellis_modulation)) and/or error correction codes.

    For example, using TCQ you could theoretically map 3N bits to 4N+epsilon bits and use 16-level voltages for each 4bit group. This does not increase information density. It’s still effectively 3 bits of information (excluding redundancy) per charge trap. But it will reduce the chance of errors, believe it or not.

    It’s possible to dig up scientific papers by authors who experiment with or simulate different modulation techniques for NAND memory. Though, I don’t know what the current state of the art is.

  6. Magic.

    How do you recover data from a failing or failed SSD?

    Do I employ a guild certified Mage or will a hedge Wizard be able to do it?

    I could google it, but this seems like a good place to ask. Seriously though, are the failed components replaced?

    Seems like it would be a lot of work and cost way more than mechanical drive data recovery, which isn’t cheap either.

  7. does that look like an expansion slot (the white connector area)?

  8. Is it bad that I thought this would be some kind of high performance gaming shitpost?

    Sweet gif otherwise