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DonFerrari said:

The thing with using NAND as a high-traffic swap cache is the idea of one write, many reads.
Which is why Readyboost cache was a thing, which is why the Corsair Accelerator existed and why the Sandisk Radycache was rather popular for awhile.
Add onto the mechanical drives with a chunk of NAND like the Seagate Firecuda SSHD.... And it's actually a common idea.

Optane is NAND which is optimized for it's task, rather than using commodity chips.

I'm surprised that you deleted the comment that I responded to, which was treating SSD "like Optane"...

Opatane is NOT NAND; It's 3D Xpoint.

Not only is Optane faster, when used as a HDD cache, it contains vastly different caching methods compared to SSHDs to make use of the magnitudes greater TBW compared to NAND. That is why Optane can achieve speeds much greater than SSHDs. Caching via SSD is NOT done "like Optane".

Please do your research before arguing your point.



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fordy said:
DonFerrari said:

The thing with using NAND as a high-traffic swap cache is the idea of one write, many reads.
Which is why Readyboost cache was a thing, which is why the Corsair Accelerator existed and why the Sandisk Radycache was rather popular for awhile.
Add onto the mechanical drives with a chunk of NAND like the Seagate Firecuda SSHD.... And it's actually a common idea.

Optane is NAND which is optimized for it's task, rather than using commodity chips.

I'm surprised that you deleted the comment that I responded to, which was treating SSD "like Optane"...

Opatane is NOT NAND; It's 3D Xpoint.

Not only is Optane faster, when used as a HDD cache, it contains vastly different caching methods compared to SSHDs to make use of the magnitudes greater TBW compared to NAND. That is why Optane can achieve speeds much greater than SSHDs. Caching via SSD is NOT done "like Optane".

Please do your research before arguing your point.

I didn't delete anything. Perhaps you don't pay attention, but VGC autodelets trees due to people in the past forgetting to trim their quote trees.

None of what you replied to was written by me.



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DonFerrari said:
fordy said:

I'm surprised that you deleted the comment that I responded to, which was treating SSD "like Optane"...

Opatane is NOT NAND; It's 3D Xpoint.

Not only is Optane faster, when used as a HDD cache, it contains vastly different caching methods compared to SSHDs to make use of the magnitudes greater TBW compared to NAND. That is why Optane can achieve speeds much greater than SSHDs. Caching via SSD is NOT done "like Optane".

Please do your research before arguing your point.

I didn't delete anything. Perhaps you don't pay attention, but VGC autodelets trees due to people in the past forgetting to trim their quote trees.

None of what you replied to was written by me.

Uh huh..just like this post demonstrates that a post branch can contain more than one level.

Regardless, the point is that your post was irrelevant to the reply that was given to the poster that I was replying to.



We will harness the power of new technology to offer
completely transformative and immersive gaming experiences
We will leverage Backwards Compatibility to transition our
community to Next Gen faster and more seamlessly than
ever before
We provide stability of environment for content creators

https://www.sony.net/SonyInfo/IR/library/presen/irday/pdf/2019/GNS_E.pdf

Sure now?



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