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Silicon Power 1TB microSDXC UHS-I Micro SD Card with Adapter, C10 U3 V30 A2 $101.14 Delivered @ Silicon Power via Amazon AU

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This one is different from their Gaming one A1 which is around $106 and this one is A2 & Superior.

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Meets the UHS Speed Class 3 (U3) and the Video Speed Class 30 (V30) standards for 4K Ultra HD video recording.
Specifically designed for high-speed capture of high-quality images and extended lengths of Full-HD and 4K Ultra HD video with high-speed continuous shooting.
Meets the new A2 standards for app performance, delivering minimum random read of 4,000 IOPS and random write of 2,000 IOPS, as well as sustained sequential speeds of at least 30MB/s.
Read and write speeds up to 100 and 80 MB/s respectively.
Fit for apps, photos, videos, music, and games to meet all the needs of digital life on your smartphone, tablet, digital camera, video recorder, and more.
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  • +1

    Looks good for steam deck

    • +1

      at 100/80 Mb/s it's a bit slow. For about $40 more you can get the Sandisk Extreme which is 190/130 Mb/s. It would probably be fine for small games and the Nintendo Switch.

      Having said that, the Steam Deck sd slot apparently tops out at 104mb/s so it may be perfectly fine.

      • isn't the draw of this card that it is A2, so better for small random writes rather than other cards which might be A1 but have much higher sustained write speeds?

        • A2 is better, but Sandisk Extreme is A2 also. On the Steam Deck the limitations of the SD slot probably won't make any difference between the two. If you transfer stuff to the card on the PC it might.

  • Is to good enough for GoPro ?

  • good for a Nintendo switch?

  • Is A1 better than A2?

    • A2 is better - rated as faster transfer speed with all else being equal

    • No. it's about 1/4 of the throughput.

  • +1

    I bought one of these and returned it. Used it in my gaming laptop and it benched well in CDM but it seemed to run out of cache quickly when copying files or installing apps and write speeds slowed to a crawl. Made it difficult to do simple things like download or update games on steam. Basically avoided using it for anything over 5GB but not sure what the official spec is on when it slows down.

    I changed to the Samsung pro instead from a recent deal.

    • last time i saw this same comment was for their Gaming one, didn’t know that this thing has same issue.

      • Maybe they build/design their cards to do well in CDM benchmarks but struggle in real world use cases… it was incredibly frustrating installing even retro games from 20 years ago because of the write speed limitations. I tried to download/install on my SSD and then move them over to the SD but hit the same barrier and the Copy window would just stall showing no movement.

        I also checked my receipt from Amazon from a couple of months ago and surprise surprise it was exactly $101.14 as well!

  • Harsh price but Deep price.

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