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why the erase block of nand and nor flash differ, which lead to drastic change in the erase cycle along with write speed?
A block is the smallest unit of storage that can be written or erased. This impacts write performance.why the erase block of nand and nor flash differ, which lead to drastic change in the erase cycle along with write speed?
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