INTEGRAL UltimaPro Class 10, Up To 80MB/s SDXC Memory Card, 64GB £13.99 Reserve & Collect Or Free Delivery @ Currys
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INTEGRAL UltimaPro Class 10, Up To 80MB/s SDXC Memory Card, 64GB £13.99 Reserve & Collect Or Free Delivery @ Currys

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Found 2nd FebMade hot 4th Feb
Card type SDHC (I'm guessing it's actually SDXC)
Capacity 64 GB
Performance High performance
FEATURES Lock Yes
Other features Dustproof
TRANSFER SPEEDS Speed class Class 10
Read speed 80 MB/s
Write speed 10 MB/s
GENERAL Dimensions 32 x 24 x2.1 mm (H x W x D)
Weight 2 g
Manufacturer's guarantee 5 years

tbtower deserves kudos for this as I ordered one the other day to pick up from my local store (mentioned here hotukdeals.com/tag/dea…203 )

Was out of stock yesterday, but back online today, and free delivery is now available too.

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Original Poster

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SDHC or SDXC?

kagecom

SDHC or SDXC?



Good question from the packaging. I am gonna say SDXC as SDHC has a limit of 32GB.

sdcard.org/dev…ty/

Edited by: "CyDoNiA" 3rd Feb

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kagecom

SDHC or SDXC?

Weird - just realised it says SDHC on the packaging yet SDXC on the card!! X)

lots of 1 star reviews on Amazon

LD2DVD

lots of 1 star reviews on Amazon



I did notice that too. I generally stick to Sandisk but was tempted until I saw all the bad reviews on Amazon.

write speed is a joke if the description is correct

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edd13

write speed is a joke if the description is correct

I'm sure the SDHC/SDXC mix up is just a mistake.

As always, I'll do h2testw before I use this memory card - and report back

Original Poster

It's impossible to generalise about a brand but I have had a 64GB Sandisk red/silver MicroSDHC UHS-I card fail on me after a year or two (was a well-known and widespread problem - they replaced it with the same type, but it seems OK a year later).

My oldest MicroSD card, a 32GB Integral, is still going strong (sis uses it now in her phones) and I bought it when I got a Desire HD way back when!

Amazon reviews are here, for anyone who wants to take a look amazon.co.uk/pro…ful

Amazon also has a lot of problems with third party sellers selling fakes (like ebay) or unscrupulous customers doing the old switcheroo (Amazon Warehouse is notorious for fake cards that customers have switched and returned).

I'll see how I get on when I pick mine up in store (Currys are taking a while, ordered three days ago!).
Edited by: "louiselouise" 3rd Feb

Is this a grab it now type deal for those looking to get one for a ninty switch ?

WRITE speed is very S L O W

Write speed too slow. Not good at all for burst photography. I bought the integral ultima pro x with stated 90mbs write (but really 60-70mbs write) for £20 from my memory a while back. Don't know if it's reliable but I use it as a backup for my sandisk extreme pro.

Original Poster

Got the email confirming delivery to my store (3 days later, too late to pick up though). Also got an email from Currys "confirming my product replacement" (???) not sure what that means, I'll find out tomorrow!

Original Poster

Now says Out Of Stock. I'll Expire this.

Original Poster

Seems to be back again! Been going in and out of stock the last few days.

grimlocksbrain

Is this a grab it now type deal for those looking to get one for a ninty … Is this a grab it now type deal for those looking to get one for a ninty switch ?



No it's the wrong size for Switch, you need a Micro SD.

Original Poster

Just picked mine up and doing h2testw, test speed seems to be averaging around 78-79 Mbyte/s.
http://i.imgur.com/z0v6NOI.jpg
Edited by: "louiselouise" 5th Feb

Back In stock again, just bought one - unexpire.

Original Poster

Yeah, it was appearing in and out of stock all day yesterday! It'll probably do the same today.

Original Poster

Still seems to go in and out of stock, very odd
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