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[Q] Does Desire support class 10 SD cards?

8th April 2012, 09:46 AM   |  #41  
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Generally a class 6 card will be enough. I dun find any performance difference when i switch to a class 10
8th April 2012, 04:35 PM   |  #42  
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I have micro SD card from my nokia 5800 xm, 8 gb class 4. Are these the normal speed of my sd-card ?

In SD Card Tester;
File size is 300 mb,
Write speed: 3.22 MB/s ,
Reading speed: 9.18 MB/s.

And in SD Tools;
Write speed: 10.9 MB/s
Reading speed: 17.6 MB/s
24th April 2012, 08:01 PM   |  #43  
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Originally Posted by _snIP3r_

i am using a 16gb class10 microsd card but cannot profit from write performace cause using card with usb from inside phone show no god write speed... so i think class 6 would be enough.

Totally agree...
26th April 2012, 08:58 AM   |  #44  
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I use a class sandisk 6 16GB with a2sd AND d2sd and it works very smooth just like this, though I'm curios about how it'll be on a class 10.

Anyway the manufacturer also matter: sandisk is the only one that never gave me a problem, and is very fast.
Last year I bought an A-Data class 8 on an offer on amazon and it wasn't even half the speed of the class 6 I talked above.
A friend of mine yesterday said that there are very good benchmark on the class 10 ridata microsdhc.
18th May 2012, 11:09 AM   |  #46  
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For a2sd most class 6 cards will be better then class 10 cards.
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3rd June 2012, 03:12 PM   |  #47  
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For a2sd most class 6 cards will be better then class 6 cards.

I take it you mean class 6 cards are better than class 10??

I did read somewhere the desire only supports up to class 6, and that using a faster card is still limited to class 6 performance? I use 16gb class 10, had a 4gb class 6 before, no speed difference at all, quadrant and antutu results did not change.
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i have a class4 card, with apps2sd enabled.
Moving to a class6 will i see any performance improvement?
23rd July 2012, 12:15 PM   |  #49  
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Class2 vs 10 comparison
in German, but maybe interesting for some of you (even google translate):
brutzelstube.de posted some comparison of class 2 vs. class 10: search for sd-karte-class-2-oder-class-10-ist-geschwindigkeit-alles
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Originally Posted by Robi959

I have micro SD card from my nokia 5800 xm, 8 gb class 4. Are these the normal speed of my sd-card ?

In SD Card Tester;
File size is 300 mb,
Write speed: 3.22 MB/s ,
Reading speed: 9.18 MB/s.

And in SD Tools;
Write speed: 10.9 MB/s
Reading speed: 17.6 MB/s


I know it's an old thread, but I'm posting here to eliminate the confusion between SD card classes and GUARANTEED read/write speed.
Almost normal. According to wikipedia url en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secure_Digital

Class Minimum performance
Class 2 2 MB/sec
Class 4 4 MB/sec
Class 6 6 MB/sec
Class 10 10 MB/sec

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