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128 GB
- USB 3.0
- 1 Year Warranty
- For Mac and PC, No Driver Required
- No External Power Required
- Functions as Hard Drive
- Multiple Operation Systems supported: No driver needed in Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Mac 9.x or later, Linux Kernel 2.4 or later.
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#1
Very good price but doesn't say read, write on ad....We all know they can be very different but heated
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gr8h8me
Very good price but doesn't say read, write on ad....We all know they can be very different but heated

The 64Gb version on their website has the following r/w speeds.

Write Speed: 10MB/s
Read Speed: 80MB/s

I'm guessing as it's the same brand/colour that it will likely be the same for the 128Gb.
#3
what else would it do but read and write?
#4
A good tenner less than going rate for other 128GB USB 3.0 memory sticks. Same stick is showing at £35.99 on the MyMemory website so i guess they are selling them off using ebay. Potential Read/Write speeds seem a bit meh but no arguing with the bargain price. May nab one myself. HOT
#5
Functions as a storage device, not a hard drive. Unless you can boot Windows from it (which you can't)
#6
Would this be good as extra storage for the likes of an Xbox One or Wii u?
#7
yokerbloke
Would this be good as extra storage for the likes of an Xbox One or Wii u?

It will work, but at 10MB/s it will be insanely slow.
#8
bulletfoss
Functions as a storage device, not a hard drive. Unless you can boot Windows from it (which you can't)

Yes you can, although few would really want to.
#9
anyone know the time it would time to fill this drive using usb3 , roughly.. ta
#10
HOT! Amazing price for a 128GB memory stick. Had a 8GB memory stick with MyMemory branding few years ago, did the job, no fault.
#11
JonFo
anyone know the time it would time to fill this drive using usb3 , roughly.. ta

At maximum write speed, which you would never maintain all of the time, I estimate 3 hours, 38 minutes and 27 seconds.

Of course, formatted capacity will not be the full 128Gb but it gives you a general idea.


Edited By: reddit on Jul 11, 2014 19:12
#12
Yes it will take 3.5hrs to write to the whole drive. Its not often you'll be transferring that amount of data though. Its still only 1.5minutes to write a 1GB file. Still a shame its nowhere near USB 3.0 maximum speeds. Voted hot for the capacity and price

Edited By: FrugalFergal on Jul 11, 2014 19:49
#13
Will this work on my Samsung smart tv so I can record to it?
#14
o2_Refresh_Baybee
Will this work on my Samsung smart tv so I can record to it?


+1
#15
I'd say it would, all of my usb sticks work with mine.
#16
Blimey, sounds a great deal!
#17
As op says you can run Linux off it. I triedtje new mint xfce version straight off a usb2 flash and it was fast. This should be even faster.
#18
Looks like it is a rebranded "Integral".
#19
yokerbloke
Would this be good as extra storage for the likes of an Xbox One or Wii u?

I thought Wii U had a max of 32GB for USB flash drives?
#20
Talicus
yokerbloke
Would this be good as extra storage for the likes of an Xbox One or Wii u?

I thought Wii U had a max of 32GB for USB flash drives?

Any recommendation for expanding memory on the Wii U? I'm guessing a cheap usb 2 self-powered HDD would be fine, ie 1TB/500gb
#21
Talicus
yokerbloke
Would this be good as extra storage for the likes of an Xbox One or Wii u?

I thought Wii U had a max of 32GB for USB flash drives?

No, I don't think there is any limit on the Wii U, I have a PNY 64GB USB 3.0 pen drive and it works fine with that. Thing is I am actually filling it quickly (I am trying to keep most of my games digital this generation as I like the convenience) and only have about 9 or 10GB left on it. Thinking about upgrading to one of these but I'm a bit concerned it might not be fast enough for smoothly running Wii U games from? Not too bothered how long the initial installs and downloads take but has to be fast enough to run any Wii U game.
#22
I could back up my entire 120GB SSD C drive on this, cracking price for 128gb
#23
dsided
Talicus
yokerbloke
Would this be good as extra storage for the likes of an Xbox One or Wii u?

I thought Wii U had a max of 32GB for USB flash drives?

Any recommendation for expanding memory on the Wii U? I'm guessing a cheap usb 2 self-powered HDD would be fine, ie 1TB/500gb
You will need to power it either via mains or a 2 to 1 USB cable. I've used and old 160gb drive this way and its works just fine.
#24
Jefft
Looks like it is a rebranded "Integral".

I wondered that and thought that it could be the equivalent of the Noir, where the 64Gb has a write speed of up to 10MB/s but the 128Gb is shown as up to 35 MB/s.
#25
reddit
bulletfoss
Functions as a storage device, not a hard drive. Unless you can boot Windows from it (which you can't)

Yes you can, although few would really want to.

Windows will not install onto these devices, it will not detect it as a valid drive during the installation process.

Source: I have an MCITP, MCTS & MCSA in Windows 7.
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bulletfoss
reddit
bulletfoss
Functions as a storage device, not a hard drive. Unless you can boot Windows from it (which you can't)

Yes you can, although few would really want to.

Windows will not install onto these devices, it will not detect it as a valid drive during the installation process.

Source: I have an MCITP, MCTS & MCSA in Windows 7.

Yes it can because I've done it.

Google it and you will find a few guides.

The only restriction is that it will only run from the machine that you created it on.

With your qualifications, you should know.

I'll rely on my 30 years of IT experience and practical application of such.
#27
Will this work on my Asus RT-N66U router?

I want to stream music/videos from the router to my smart tv.
#28
reddit
bulletfoss
reddit
bulletfoss
Functions as a storage device, not a hard drive. Unless you can boot Windows from it (which you can't)

Yes you can, although few would really want to.

Windows will not install onto these devices, it will not detect it as a valid drive during the installation process.

Source: I have an MCITP, MCTS & MCSA in Windows 7.

Yes it can because I've done it.

Google it and you will find a few guides.

The only restriction is that it will only run from the machine that you created it on.

With your qualifications, you should know.

I'll rely on my 30 years of IT experience and practical application of such.

So how are page files addressed?
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bulletfoss
reddit
bulletfoss
Functions as a storage device, not a hard drive. Unless you can boot Windows from it (which you can't)

Yes you can, although few would really want to.

Windows will not install onto these devices, it will not detect it as a valid drive during the installation process.

Source: I have an MCITP, MCTS & MCSA in Windows 7.
You can for sure, even with XP, 7 and above are peice of cake. If pagefile is concern, google for diskmod and can be made nearly 100% universal.
These things you won't learn on qualification courses ;)
#30
Received mine today.

These are the test results from USB Flash Benchmark

Read/Write
#31
reddit
Received mine today.

These are the test results from USB Flash Benchmark

Read/Write
is this on a usb3 enabled port?
#32
ilko_t
reddit
Received mine today.

These are the test results from USB Flash Benchmark

Read/Write
is this on a usb3 enabled port?

read speed does seem suspiciously low
overall a good performer though for folk like me that dont have/need/use usb3
#33
ilko_t
reddit
Received mine today.

These are the test results from USB Flash Benchmark

Read/Write
is this on a usb3 enabled port?

Yes
#34
brilly
ilko_t
reddit
Received mine today.

These are the test results from USB Flash Benchmark

Read/Write
is this on a usb3 enabled port?
read speed does seem suspiciously low
overall a good performer though for folk like me that dont have/need/use usb3

I thought the same, bearing in mind what I would normally have expected in terms of the difference between the two.

I found one thing interesting and that it seems that USB 3 implementation of different machines can make a hell of a difference.

In my original test on my latest machine I got Read speed: 26.75 MB/s and Write speed: 22.04 MB/s

On an older machine that I had added a cheap as chips USB 3 card, the same test showed Read speed: 81.65 MB/s and Write speed: 55.35 MB/s, which was pretty much mirrored in some real world tests that I performed.
#35
HOT, just what i need for uni! Thanks! :)

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