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SanDisk MicroSD 128GB Extreme Pro 170MB/s Class10 V30 UHS-I $37.32 Delivered @ Flashforwardtech eBay

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SanDisk MicroSD 128GB Extreme Pro 170MB/s Class10 V30 UHS-I
Speeds up to 170MB/s read speed, 90MB/s write speed

Samsung MicroSD 512GB Evo Plus 100MB/s Class10 $108.76 only 7 left.

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    Is this good value? I need one for my S10+ and I don't have a great deal of knowledge about them. Any help would be appreciated!

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    I'm about to get the new Go Pro 8 Black, is this still the fastest writing micro SD card you can get?

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      Make sure to check if its eligible to work with Gopro or not. They have their compatibility list, check in that!

  • +5 votes

    Perfect card for bunnings drones.

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    Anyone know if these are fine in Blackvue dashcams?

    • +1 vote

      Do you honestly believe your dashcam will write to the card at more than 90 megabytes per second? Broadcast quality doesn't even come close that :)

      • +1 vote

        Speed isn't the issue, it's more about the amount or writes, heat, durability. I've had other brand micro SDs work for 6 months without issue only to fail later. The last failed one became 128gb storage extention for my phone, I don't need another one.

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    I'd love to get one but it sounds too good to be true. The seller's got 'only' 2275 ratings though, guess I'll take the gamble.

  • +5 votes

    The read speed is almost a lie.
    This card has a UHS-I bus, which has a maximum transfer speed of 104MBytes/second. This is the maximum speed you'll get on any standard devices.

    To achieve 170MBytes/second, that only works with a particular Sandisk card reader, which clocks the bus faster than UHS-I does, and there is a proprietary protocol so that card reader doesn't try that speed with "normal" UHS-I cards. Other devices and card readers, and most Sandisk card readers, can't do faster than 104MBytes/second.

    Also, the write speed is fishy. V30 means the card has a sequential write speed of 30 to 59 MBytes/second, if it can achieve higher it should be rated V60 or V90.

    Wikipedia has all the definitions of the speed ratings, see the "Speed" section:
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/SD_card

  • +2 votes

    Just for anyone that's interested in purchasing this to use in a camera; below is that cards stats when used in the Panasonic G9:

    SD Memory Cards USB 3.0 Read USB 3.0 Write Panasonic G9

    Sandisk Extreme Pro U3 98.6 MB/s 90.8 MB/s 38.03 MB/s

    This is apparently the third best UHS-I card (for the Panasonic G9), before jumping up to UHS-II. I'm not ready to shell out the big bucks for UHS-II, so I'll be picking up two of these. Like someone else said, the Samsung Evo Plus is better value, but I wouldn't buy from Shopping Square