they assemble but do not design the whole thing. That is my point. Only a few companies actually make their own SSDs. Micron, Intel, Samsung, Sandisk, and a couple others. Lite-on onlt assembles with premade parts. they didn't design any of the partsI'm not sure what you're getting at, they do assemble their own SSDs.
i said make since the beginning and assembling other people parts isn't exactly making an SSD. I do not consider SSD of microSD cards making or designing an SSD or taking everyone else's parts and putting it into a completed product.You need to define design, there's quite a difference between designing a product (ground up) and having all components in-house.
if you use CUDA you can see 10-20MBps but yea it is slow.As noted, HandBrake barely touches storage devices when it comes to the encoding process, at the absolute max you're looking at a few megabytes per second reads and writes - that's megabytes per second which is nothing these days. Even if you were encoding several Blu-rays at the same time you'd be looking at less than 50MB/s (yes, again, megabytes per second) for reads and writes. It's just not a storage intensive process for any reason at all.
Modern SSDs made in the past 2-3 years are designed to have extremely long lifespans by comparison to devices 4-6 years ago. Recent testing on many tech review websites has proven that even the consumer level "budget" minded SSDs can typically handle vastly more terabytes of write cycles than their manufacturers rate them for (they're giving out the "safe" estimates but the hardware has proven to be capable of much much more in spite of the lower expectation statistics).
I'd say it's not even a concern at all. Use software like SSD Life to keep track of writes (since reads don't really damage an SSD at all, it's the write cycles that kill 'em over time) or the manufacturer's "toolbox" or whatever they make for them to keep an eye on things but I personally wouldn't worry about such usage at all. You'd have to be encoding like a terabyte a day or more before I'd even take note of things and even then you'd still be looking at a few years of such usage before any problems would potentially crop up.