Even if it could boot, it's still no use to consumers.
Its designed for ultra high endurance, ultra low latency, and ultra intensive workloads where thousands of I/O's are requested each and every second.
Compare this to a consumer workload where perhaps a few I/O's are requested each second.
For a consumer, it wouldn't feel any faster than a good M.2 NVMe consumer SSD. It could even feel slower because its performance profile isn't tuned for consumer workloads.