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Flash Destroyer passes 2 million writes

Friday, May 28th, 2010

Some time in the last few hours the Flash Destroyer passed 2 million write-verify cycles. jnd points to Microchip application notes 01019A [PDF!] and 00537 [PDF!] that explain the EEPROM endurance characterization process. The higher the temperature, the worse the endurance will be. Generally, and approximately, a device which fails...

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