As I understand this, the optimal performance (MLL) will be achieved by minimizing the energy being put into each cell to a point just above misfires. As the cells age, they'll begin requiring more energy to avoid misfire, and we'll have to tweak the settings again. Do I have that right?
Assuming I do have that right, here's my question. By running on the ragged edge here, we're surely putting our displays in a position where misfires will be more frequent. Samsung apparently set these things from the factory to NEVER misfire. If we set it and NEVER misfire, then we aren't on the edge and we haven't turned things as far as we could have. So now that we've increased the likelihood of occasional (or at least eventual) misfires, does this have any side effects? Do misfires cause any damage or prematurely age the cell?
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