Today's memory devices have a lot of logic embedded before data is actually written onto the NAND pages. An example could be wear levelling algorithm , FTL functionalities etc.
The typical life of a NAND cell would be around 100000 cycles of operation.
My question is:
Can the storage devices performance be maxed out if all of the internal logic were removed? (Assuming I dont care what happens after 100000 cycles. I just need speed for 100000 cycles and then, before the end, I would backup and use another storage.)
Are there any such devices out there that allow me to disable such logic?
How practical are such devices in terms of speed improvement (if they exist?)