Integral 128GB Ultima PRO Micro SD Card (SDXC) UHS-I U1 + Adapter - 90MB/s  £23.74 Mymemory with code
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Integral 128GB Ultima PRO Micro SD Card (SDXC) UHS-I U1 + Adapter - 90MB/s £23.74 Mymemory with code

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Found 7th MarEdited by:"pavel76"
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sukhrajchhokar14 h, 26 m ago

Why can't you use a class 1 card on a dashcam?


You can use U1s in a dashcam but not the type of memory used in these cards (although the Lexar 633x appears to be working well in dashcams). These cheaper cards use TLC memory. This memory has a lifespan of around 400 - 450 write cycles. Cards which use MLC memory have write cycles of at least 1000 write cycles (also known as high endurance cards).

So they will be unreliable and some companies, samsung and sandisk specifically exclude their cards which use TLC memory from dashcam and IP camera use from the warranty. There are many forums where people that their cards fail quickly in dashcams. This is the reason why.
Edited by: "fiqqer" 8th Mar
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muckspreader148 m ago

Totally agree and sandisk.Never buy any other make unless you want to lose …Totally agree and sandisk.Never buy any other make unless you want to lose your data.


Ha, ha ! Thats pretty funny... with so many Sandisk Ultra cards failed
trustlondon3 h, 46 m ago

Guys be careful with these unbranded ones.. brought them eBay and they …Guys be careful with these unbranded ones.. brought them eBay and they never worked for camera and dashcam


Hint Never ever buy memory cards from ebay
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Any good for action cameras?
buy samsung
bagga21210 m ago

buy samsung


I would be all over this if it was Samsung won't be long..
Will this do 4k? I have a misphere 360 4k camera
Edited by: "Sylvester88" 7th Mar
5 year warranty apparantly
Sylvester8822 m ago

Will this do 4k? I have a misphere 360 4k camera


Go for a U3 rated card
Decent enough for a retropie image. Flash image, flip on eBay for fifty.
A steal at this price for 128gb micro sd card.

It will be fine most peoples's use - mobile phones and standard cameras (with SD adaptor).

Not suitable for high definition 4k use or dashcams.

It has fast read speeds but dont expect amazing write speeds. At this price there are no complaints from me.
Any good with switch?
Amazon on this price
Guys be careful with these unbranded ones.. brought them eBay and they never worked for camera and dashcam
Any good for Nintendo Switch?
bagga2123 h, 53 m ago

buy samsung


Overrated - integral and Kingston have been fine in my experience and are cheaper
trustlondon6 m ago

Guys be careful with these unbranded ones.. brought them eBay and they …Guys be careful with these unbranded ones.. brought them eBay and they never worked for camera and dashcam



Integral are a massive memory manufacturer, I've used loads of their USB over the years, and had zero problems, although I haven't used this particular product.
Won't work on dashcams
Why can't you use a class 1 card on a dashcam?
sukhrajchhokar14 h, 26 m ago

Why can't you use a class 1 card on a dashcam?


You can use U1s in a dashcam but not the type of memory used in these cards (although the Lexar 633x appears to be working well in dashcams). These cheaper cards use TLC memory. This memory has a lifespan of around 400 - 450 write cycles. Cards which use MLC memory have write cycles of at least 1000 write cycles (also known as high endurance cards).

So they will be unreliable and some companies, samsung and sandisk specifically exclude their cards which use TLC memory from dashcam and IP camera use from the warranty. There are many forums where people that their cards fail quickly in dashcams. This is the reason why.
Edited by: "fiqqer" 8th Mar
tanvir901 h, 47 m ago

Any good for Nintendo Switch?



The Samsung Evo plus (U3) is recommended by the Nintendo magazine for the Switch. There is another thread on this the Samsung Evo.
Edited by: "fiqqer" 7th Mar
bagga2124 h, 33 m ago

buy samsung


Totally agree and sandisk.Never buy any other make unless you want to lose your data.
Would this or a 128GB USB 3.0 Memory Stick be better for additional storage on a laptop?

This would be neater, but the memory stick may be more reliable/faster perhaps? It's for an HP Envy 13 if that makes any difference.

Thanks.
been after another cheap one for my pmp. prices been going up since brexit, when i'd have normally expected them to go down
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muckspreader148 m ago

Totally agree and sandisk.Never buy any other make unless you want to lose …Totally agree and sandisk.Never buy any other make unless you want to lose your data.


Ha, ha ! Thats pretty funny... with so many Sandisk Ultra cards failed
Will this be useful for a switch to play eshop games off?
Great price, great brand
trustlondon3 h, 46 m ago

Guys be careful with these unbranded ones.. brought them eBay and they …Guys be careful with these unbranded ones.. brought them eBay and they never worked for camera and dashcam


Hint Never ever buy memory cards from ebay
Great price
Ts189913 h, 14 m ago

Amazon on this price


Unfortunately £42 at Amazon
Like @taffyjock1 has stated, I don’t know why anyone in their right mind would buy memory off eBay or amazon marketplace. It’s almost guaranteed to be fake.

I suppose you need to get burned a few times before you learn. We’ve all been there.
Edited by: "1nsomniac" 8th Mar
Write speed unspecified? Any ideas what the likely write speed is on this?
sukhrajchhokar13 h, 32 m ago

Why can't you use a class 1 card on a dashcam?


Class 1? I've literally never seen a class 1 microsd, the slowest I have seen is a class 2, and those are uncommon.
Broadsands13 h, 57 m ago

Would this or a 128GB USB 3.0 Memory Stick be better for additional …Would this or a 128GB USB 3.0 Memory Stick be better for additional storage on a laptop?This would be neater, but the memory stick may be more reliable/faster perhaps? It's for an HP Envy 13 if that makes any difference.Thanks.


These are the 2nd best way ((after an external nvme|pcie)) drives to have on laptops, never get hot, on 24/7, brilliant write|read speeds and can be moved to any other device, eg: 4K TV, Car Audio, etc etc etc

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There are sandisk / other brands that are cheaper, but the samsung is the best of the bunch!

Worth buying one of these Integral 128's at this price as well anyway, they are solid microSD cards and for the money you get a lot of space VS purchase price
fiqqer14 h, 17 m ago

You can use U1s in a dashcam but not the type of memory used in these …You can use U1s in a dashcam but not the type of memory used in these cards (although the Lexar 633x appears to be working well in dashcams). These cheaper cards use TLC memory. This memory has a lifespan of around 400 - 450 write cycles. Cards which use MLC memory have write cycles of at least 1000 write cycles (also known as high endurance cards). So they will be unreliable and some companies, samsung and sandisk specifically exclude their cards which use TLC memory from dashcam and IP camera use. There are many forums where people that their cards fail quickly in dashcams. This is the reason why.


I don't follow your logic there.

If the lifespan is only 400-450 write cycles as you claim, then that's going to be good enough for at least 4,800 hours of full HD dashcam recording at 30fps.

So if you drove 2 hours a day, every day, it'll last at least 6 years. I think these kind of cards are going to be fine for normal people to use in dashcams.
Hearnia_2K56 m ago

Class 1? I've literally never seen a class 1 microsd, the slowest I have …Class 1? I've literally never seen a class 1 microsd, the slowest I have seen is a class 2, and those are uncommon.



I'm sure person meant U1.
paul_merton8th Mar

I don't follow your logic there.If the lifespan is only 400-450 write …I don't follow your logic there.If the lifespan is only 400-450 write cycles as you claim, then that's going to be good enough for at least 4,800 hours of full HD dashcam recording at 30fps.So if you drove 2 hours a day, every day, it'll last at least 6 years. I think these kind of cards are going to be fine for normal people to use in dashcams.


Logic does not necessarily apply here. Go to enough forums and read the same complaints and then you will realise why Sandisk and Samsung exclude dashcam use from the warranty. These cards are not designed for the type of use in Dashcams - constant writing over a long period of time.

There are people who have had no problems but it depends on how they were made and the make and model of thedashcam.

Like I said there are less problems with some brands than others. For some reason the Lexar 633x seems to be as effective as the high endurance ones and does not cost much more than standard microsd cards. There may be other effective brands but you can either risk it or purchase high endurance ones which are specifically design for dashcam use.
Edited by: "fiqqer" 13th Mar
I think my logic is sound in the use case I described. It's only when you're recording 24/7 like on an IP camera where you'd only expect it to last half a year. I've been using TLC cards on all of my dashcams for the past 4 years (a variety of brands - whatever's cheapest at the time) and predictably not one has gone wrong so far.
Expired its 24.99 and the Discount code is not Valid ...( MyMemory Chat confirmed code is expired for a while )
Edited by: "ikomu" 8th Mar
The code doesn't work.
ikomu40 m ago

Expired its 24.99 and the Discount code is not Valid ...( MyMemory Chat …Expired its 24.99 and the Discount code is not Valid ...( MyMemory Chat confirmed code is expired for a while )


use vc5 code for same price
Yes, thanks for listing, code vc5 still working.
Reliability on this brand is terrible.

COLD.
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