Why does anyone here not call "BS" on the original poster? The Samsung SSDs have an uncorrectable bit rate error of 1 in 1e17
"Bits affecting other bits" is pure unadulterated crap
Also a NAND Flash expert
If you really are a NAND flash expert, you should know that there will still be residual electrical noise in a storage device after noise abatement for data integrity has been accomplished. In other words,
you can have electrical noise in a data storage device that has audible effects, yet have bit perfect data transmission.
Also, your reading comprehension skills appear to be lacking. I never said "bits affect other bits". I specifically said:
"Cramming more memory cells into the same space means the memory cells are proportionally smaller...and more affected by the electrical noise
in adjacent cells."
To reiterate, a storage device can have an astronomically low bit rate error, but still sound like crap in a high resolution stereo system due to the noise characteristics of the storage device.