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Fast, secure and stylish, the MyMemory 256GB USB Flash Drive keeps your documents, music, video and photos safe and secure while allowing you to carry them with you at all times.
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Any good for extra xb1 memory
centaurandrew05/07/2019 07:48

Any good for extra xb1 memory


It depends. Do you have a life, or don't you mind waiting for the blasted piece of horse manure to write anything?

Edit - sorry I didn't understand the slang. I guess read speed is more important to you.

Given the write speed was by far the worst of any USB 2.0 or 3,0 stick I've ever owned. I didn't want to prolong the depressing experience by playing anything from it. I can't imagine it would be radically better than the performance of the little guy living inside painstakingly etching data on tablets of stone.

It has a very curious habit of writing in chunks - every few seconds the speed drops to zero for a while before writing resumes. If the read function does the same I can't believe it would be ideal for gaming.
Edited by: "carnivaist" 2nd Aug
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carnivaist02/08/2019 04:41

It depends. Do you have a life, or don't you mind waiting for the blasted …It depends. Do you have a life, or don't you mind waiting for the blasted piece of horse manure to write anything?Edit - sorry I didn't understand the slang. I guess read speed is more important to you. Given the write speed was by far the worst of any USB 2.0 or 3,0 stick I've ever owned. I didn't want to prolong the depressing experience by playing anything from it. I can't imagine it would be radically better than the performance of the little guy living inside painstakingly etching data on tablets of stone.It has a very curious habit of writing in chunks - every few seconds the speed drops to zero for a while before writing resumes. If the read function does the same I can't believe it would be ideal for gaming.


Nice thread resurrection.... I'll give it a miss then!
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