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By kakahara, Junior Member on 3rd April 2010, 03:33 PM
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27th November 2010, 03:48 PM |#41  
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I have a Transcend 32GB micro SDHC card, and works quite well.

before i had the normal 8gb (class 2) Card which was included.

But when i Uploaded(from Phone to PC via USB) my Music collection Win7 said its 6MB/s reading speed. And when i downloaded it to the new Card it said 5MB/s.

Well, works quite well @ 720p videos, an Navigon.

btw Payd 80CHF.


P.S Is there any SD Card Benchmark Tool ?
Edit: Yes there is! "J Disk Benchmark"


Test Options chosen:
Test media: SD Card
Data size: 10.0(MB)
Buffer size: 2.0(KB)

Test Result
Write Performance: 2.08(MB/sec)
Read Performance: 2.48(MB/sec)

Well, looks like windoof was wrong.


Edit2:

Tried out my Phone's NAND Memory....

Test Options chosen:
Test media: Internal NAND
Data size: 10.0(MB)
Buffer size: 2.0(KB)

Test Result
Write Performance: 0.47(MB/sec)
Read Performance: 1.68(MB/sec)

That cant be right ? even wors than SD card?
1st December 2010, 01:03 AM |#42  
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Originally Posted by Haldi4803

I have a Transcend 32GB micro SDHC card, and works quite well.

before i had the normal 8gb (class 2) Card which was included.

But when i Uploaded(from Phone to PC via USB) my Music collection Win7 said its 6MB/s reading speed. And when i downloaded it to the new Card it said 5MB/s.

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That cant be right ? even wors than SD card?

You have too many "middlemen" between your card and PC. Even if you connect an USB device by cable, the Windows can recognize it wrong and switch to USB 1.0 with slower speed. If you have cardreader in your PC - try it, maybe you'll get higher speed.
1st December 2010, 07:29 PM |#43  
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Originally Posted by deconfrost

mine was just under £60, arranged for replacement card so hopefully the next 1 be ok, it was doing funny things after playing with it for a while on the laptop.

thanks for reply

please people it has been confirmed by many 32gb works on x10

did the replacement class 4 32gb kingston micro sdhc work?
2nd December 2010, 01:46 AM |#44  
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i bought a 32gb micro sd and when i tried transferring all my music 5000+ songs every 50 songs it d/c and it said micro sd corrupted n on the phone when playing back it turns off randomly tried with 5 different microsd's it reads a 32 but it says only to use up to 16 gb
2nd December 2010, 02:31 AM |#45  
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Those of you who are interested (like me) in the performance trade-off involved in going from a fast 16GB card to a slow 32GB card might find this review quite enlightening:

Sandisk 32GB (Class 2) vs Lexar 16GB (Class 6)
2nd December 2010, 03:34 AM |#46  
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Originally Posted by guney

I'm not looking to start an argument for the sake of argument but, have you looked at the product image of that card at all? It clearly shows the "Class 2" logo.

Am I missing something?

I found that odd too so I went looking for class information on their site, but couldn't find any. It's not even in the microsd card data sheet they have. It could just be a stock photo though. I found on another site selling a sandisk 8gb microsd card stating it was a class 4 card, but shows the picture with the 2 on it.
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