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Has anyone tried the sandisk extreme plus or sandisk pixtor sd cards..thoughts?

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I use SanDisk extreme 32gb and pretty satisfied.

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Pixtor = SanDisk Ultra


They're pretty much the same in terms of quality. The Extreme Plus cards are just faster (if you're using a USB 3.0 card reader)
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Not having any problem with the 64GB SanDisk Ultra.
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I have been using

SanDisk Extreme Plus microSDHC Card Class 10 UHS-I 80MB/S 64GB

For a couple if months without problems, as others have said it's the fastest currently available, although in the Note 3 it doesn't reach its potential due to lack of UHS-1 interface.

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I have been using

SanDisk Extreme Plus microSDHC Card Class 10 UHS-I 80MB/S 64GB

For a couple if months without problems, as others have said it's the fastest currently available, although in the Note 3 it doesn't reach its potential due to lack of UHS-1 interface.

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Don't buy SanDisk Ultra microSDXC UHS-I 64gb. I'm using this and it just spoilt. Tomorrow on Monday I'm going to their office for replacement. If u count tomorrow or would be my third replacement card within 1 year. Purchased in April 2013.. first replacement Sept 2013.. second replacement jan 2014.. now this replacement may 2014. And I'm using original because I replace them at the sole distributor office.

First replacement is because the card totally unable to read/write from phone and pc.

Second replacement unable to hold data. Meaning suddenly all data missing. When write or save things to card.. when restart phone is missing again. Tried on pc.. write files to the card. within few minutes is missing again.

This time is unable to write to card again. This time I tried chkdsk /f /r /x it says volume bitmap unable to read.

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Don't buy SanDisk Ultra microSDXC UHS-I 64gb. I'm using this and it just spoilt. Tomorrow on Monday I'm going to their office for replacement. If u count tomorrow or would be my third replacement card within 1 year. Purchased in April 2013.. first replacement Sept 2013.. second replacement jan 2014.. now this replacement may 2014. And I'm using original because I replace them at the sole distributor office.

First replacement is because the card totally unable to read/write from phone and pc.

Second replacement unable to hold data. Meaning suddenly all data missing. When write or save things to card.. when restart phone is missing again. Tried on pc.. write files to the card. within few minutes is missing again.

This time is unable to write to card again. This time I tried chkdsk /f /r /x it says volume bitmap unable to read.

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I've seen people complaining about those issues too.
 
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yep, read about a lot of complaints on the sandisk ultra ones. People seem to be having good results with the extreme though.
 
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I have been using

SanDisk Extreme Plus microSDHC Card Class 10 UHS-I 80MB/S 64GB

For a couple if months without problems, as others have said it's the fastest currently available, although in the Note 3 it doesn't reach its potential due to lack of UHS-1 interface.

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I think that this is just enough to be using. Enough speed, good quality & almost fully speed supported by Note 3!
 
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I know alot of people are complaining about sandisk sd cards but I guess im lucky I've been using them in my phones without any problems...the new extremes are really impressive...I currently have a 32gb ultra, 32 extreme plus, 32 pixtor and 64 gb ultra

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