Originally Posted by jtbnet
I went through 6 brands a while ago... Sandisk are most consistently faster than rated But I ended up buying a handful of KingMax 4GB Class-10 from buy.com as they were the Clear Winners for me... Last nite's making HCv4 I got 20MB/s Reads and 14+MB/s writes... this has been the only reason I've been able to get over 2000 Quadrant scores from both Froyo and HC running from these SDCards with recent versions...
I wonder whether this KingMax card may actually be faster than the internal eMMC "card".
Which is to say, I would love to know is there a limit in read/write speeds beyond which it won't make any sense to transfer "next" OS version to internal "card"?
A very valuable discovery, I'll put it in my collection of tips and tricks and problems of NC (fineoils.blogspot.com).
Again, I was asking those NC users who are successfully on v4, and among them those who feel increased sensitivity of their screens edges and corners, did it translate into hypersensitivity/"fantom" touches in more central parts of your screens?
Also, deeper-blue when stating he adjusted heap size might implied he actually needs some response on whether he's on the right HC optimization path. Namely, has anyone noticed the increase in free memory, less foreclosures in memory-demanding apps (like Pulse, Maps, G Earth, and great many others). There might be also a small (or not so small) increase in scroll speeds of very long Web pages, and other improvements I can't actually observe on my NC -- just run out of good SD cards.