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SanDisk 400GB Ultra microSDXC 120MB/s - $59.99

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I bought this a week ago for my switch as well, ran h2testw on it, seems to be a legit card (sold and shipped by amazon)

only thing is, I ran crystal disk and it showed 20 mb/s read+write which seems to be pretty low performance (it might be my MSI laptop port tho), for the switch, I don't see a difference and it works well

I would probably not use this in a high end DSLR since it might be too slow for big raw pictures
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Bit off topic, but does anyone know where to find good deals on XQD or CFexpress cards? Need them for my Nikon Z6
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spikeone wrote: I bought this a week ago for my switch as well, ran h2testw on it, seems to be a legit card (sold and shipped by amazon)

only thing is, I ran crystal disk and it showed 20 mb/s read+write which seems to be pretty low performance (it might be my MSI laptop port tho), for the switch, I don't see a difference and it works well

I would probably not use this in a high end DSLR since it might be too slow for big raw pictures
You should be getting up to 100MB/s read.
Sandisk rated this microSDXC as Speed Class 10, UHS Speed Class 1 and A1 so minimum sequential write speed is 10MB/s

Yes, Ultra is not good for DSLR's

SanDisk Data Sheet

Speed Class - SD Standard for Video Recording
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aquaman123 wrote: V10 and uhs1 are the same from what I just found out. https://www.sdcard.org/press/thoughtlea ... lications/
Be careful.

There are two UHS interfaces called: UHS-I, and UHS-II.

But there are two UHS Speed classes: designed with symbols that look like "U1" and "U3". This corresponds to V10 and V30

You can have a UHS-I card with V10/U1 or a UHS-I card with V30/U3 speeds.

All devices are compatible with UHS-I, so mostly a person should just look at whether there is a U1 or U3, or V10, V30, V60 to identify the speed. UHS-II cards are much higher speed and you may find high end cameras that support UHS-II.

picture of UHS-I, vs UHS-II
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