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ADATA Premier 64GB 5-Pack MicroSDHC/SDXC UHS-I Class10 V10 A1 Memory Card with Adapter - $34.99

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[Amazon.ca] ADATA Premier 64GB 5-Pack MicroSDHC/SDXC UHS-I Class10 V10 A1 Memory Card with Adapter - $34.99

  • Brand ADATA
  • Hardware interface MicroSDXC
  • Secure digital association speed class Class 10
  • Memory storage capacity 64 GB
  • Read speed 100 Megabytes Per Second
Last edited by immad01 on Jun 29th, 2022 11:48 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Its been this price since the beginning.

Also write speed is up to 25MB/s.
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That's a decent deal. These are V10 cards, which means they write very slowly. May be inadequate for 4K.

There's also this that works out to be almost the same price: 2x 64GB from Kingston for $14. $35 free shipping though. Also V10.

https://www.visions.ca/product-detail/6 ... 4GB-2P1ACR

Other sizes and form factors here:

visions-electronics-memoryexpress-kings ... #p36148296
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V10 is about as slow as they come (not counting sub class-10) in terms of sustainable write speed - notice they don't talk about it at all on the page?

V10 is 10MB/s. That's *slow*.

https://shuttermuse.com/understanding-s ... s-symbols/ great site to explain all the letters and numbers on these flash cards.

//Edit

Don't put it in something like a dashcam, or mobile phone for recording lots of data at once. I wouldn't even put it in a Switch. A camera (for point and shoot photography once in a while), or USB stick-style data with small files should be ok.
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KiraSensei wrote: Its been this price since the beginning.

Also write speed is up to 25MB/s.
Not terrible at 200Mbps... But not great.
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Great for raspberry pi, running pihole or AdGuard home
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definitely would go U3/V30/30MBps for any kind of 1080P+ recording.

But GOOD deal for anything like retro gaming consoles, raspberry pi, or other small non-speed dependent operations. Never had an issue with ADATA... yet!

I just used my last TeamGroup U3/V30/A1 on my Miyoo Mini- definitely could have survived with a slower card.

Oh and, inb4 the Amazon sells fake SD cards brigade Face With Tears Of Joy
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weedb0y wrote: Great for raspberry pi, running pihole or AdGuard home
Try using a pi on a SSD.
never realized how much of a IO bottleneck I had until I tried it for fun

Debian updates were crazy fast (though totally unnecessary for most pi use cases)
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Stay far far away

This is the only SD card I had problem . Search adata SD card issue, you will find I am not the only one
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PerformingAzura wrote: Try using a pi on a SSD.
never realized how much of a IO bottleneck I had until I tried it for fun

Debian updates were crazy fast (though totally unnecessary for most pi use cases)
I’m intrigued. Will Google and figure it out
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And that I had 2 failed SSD from adata. Price is pretty damn good though as long as you backup your information.
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weedb0y wrote: Great for raspberry pi, running pihole or AdGuard home
Use high endurance.
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Kintamanate wrote: V10 is 10MB/s. That's *slow*.
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Don't put it in something like a dashcam, or mobile phone for recording lots of data at once. [...]

10MB/s is 80Mbps. That's faster than most entire home Internet connections.

My dashcam writes 200MB/minute, or 10MB every 3 seconds. If this card could do it in 1 second then there's no issue there. For a cell phone, they have RAM to buffer data into while writing to storage. Should only be a problem for higher quality video recording.

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