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MyMemory 256GB V30 PRO Micro SD (SDXC) A1 UHS-1 U3 + Adapter - 100MB/s - £21.59 @ MyMemory
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MyMemory 256GB V30 PRO Micro SD (SDXC) A1 UHS-1 U3 + Adapter - 100MB/s - £21.59 @ MyMemory

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Posted 27th Sep
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Had a couple of these cards. Good quality and good access speeds as well on my Huawei P10. Well worth it.
chucu3227/09/2019 20:50

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I did not put that code on.
i subscribed and they send a code for 10% to my email.
chucu3227/09/2019 20:50

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Moderator added that code and your correct it does not work.
Try subscribing to the site as I did.
Are these better than Sandisk?
Proveright27/09/2019 20:59

Are these better than Sandisk?


Seem to have similar speed and lifetime guarentee.
You would probably only get a 128 gig for about £23 and this is 256gig
Does any Nintendo switch owners know if these would be compatible?
craigpegg27/09/2019 21:53

Does any Nintendo switch owners know if these would be compatible?


It is, have both of mine formatted as exFAT and not had a problem also both nearly full.
"In which metric?"

Phone and dash cam..

Some of the reviews for Sandisk say they conked out after Months or a year.?
Proveright28/09/2019 07:05

"In which metric?"Phone and dash cam.. Some of the reviews for Sandisk …"In which metric?"Phone and dash cam.. Some of the reviews for Sandisk say they conked out after Months or a year.?


Samsung EVO seem to be best for phones but SD cards are best for storing media generally anyway. Dashcams: get the high endurance ones if you can. 256GB for this price is great though, I would use it for carrying media around with my phone really and supplementing storage. SanDisk are a good brand with history - everything risks failure.
Proveright28/09/2019 07:05

"In which metric?"Phone and dash cam.. Some of the reviews for Sandisk …"In which metric?"Phone and dash cam.. Some of the reviews for Sandisk say they conked out after Months or a year.?



Surely dash-cam usage requires very high endurance as the continuously write and overwrite the card.
Some manufacturers make high endurance cards but they cost a lot more, e.g. the "SanDisk High Endurance R100/W60 microSDXC 256GB" is £85ish. Although the "ADATA High-Endurance R100/W80 microSDXC 256GB" is a more reasonable £45.
Gkains28/09/2019 08:42

Surely dash-cam usage requires very high endurance as the continuously …Surely dash-cam usage requires very high endurance as the continuously write and overwrite the card.Some manufacturers make high endurance cards but they cost a lot more, e.g. the "SanDisk High Endurance R100/W60 microSDXC 256GB" is £85ish. Although the "ADATA High-Endurance R100/W80 microSDXC 256GB" is a more reasonable £45.


You’re best off with high endurance for dashcam and same for IP cams. But in theory high capacity cards are written less too as a 64GB will be filled half as often as a 32GB - I assume the controllers are designed with more durability too. I do know if you break a card with dashcam or security camera footage the warranty is void and I imagine they can read the data on it to prove that.
plewis0028/09/2019 08:40

Samsung EVO seem to be best for phones but SD cards are best for storing …Samsung EVO seem to be best for phones but SD cards are best for storing media generally anyway. Dashcams: get the high endurance ones if you can. 256GB for this price is great though, I would use it for carrying media around with my phone really and supplementing storage. SanDisk are a good brand with history - everything risks failure.


Just to add, SanDisk don't always produce great cards - I was one of the unlucky ones to have bought their 64gb Ultra card a few years ago - huge number's of those failed and since then, I've steered well clear.
woldranger28/09/2019 09:46

Just to add, SanDisk don't always produce great cards - I was one of the …Just to add, SanDisk don't always produce great cards - I was one of the unlucky ones to have bought their 64gb Ultra card a few years ago - huge number's of those failed and since then, I've steered well clear.


I didn’t say they always produce good cards but they are the go-to brand for memory. I’d choose them over unknown brands (MyMemory appears to be unbranded Integral which are fine) and I’ve had Sandisk cards and SSDs fail but the number is small in comparison to the rest. Their Extreme range are the better ones.
plewis0028/09/2019 09:48

I didn’t say they always produce good cards but they are the go-to brand f …I didn’t say they always produce good cards but they are the go-to brand for memory. I’d choose them over unknown brands (MyMemory appears to be unbranded Integral which are fine) and I’ve had Sandisk cards and SSDs fail but the number is small in comparison to the rest. Their Extreme range are the better ones.


No you said

SanDisk are a good brand with history - everything risks failure.

I merely pointed out that they also have a history of failure. I've got a Sandisk ssd and used their cards exclusively prior the that ultra, but when a company produces huge number's of a specific card that will had the same issue and failed, it was time for me to step away.

I use Samsung now.
woldranger28/09/2019 10:15

No you said SanDisk are a good brand with history - everything risks …No you said SanDisk are a good brand with history - everything risks failure.I merely pointed out that they also have a history of failure. I've got a Sandisk ssd and used their cards exclusively prior the that ultra, but when a company produces huge number's of a specific card that will had the same issue and failed, it was time for me to step away.I use Samsung now.



From a personal point of view, Ive had SanDisk 128gb micro fail on me, yet to have a Samsung fail. The worst (for me) has been Lexar. 2 failed SD micros and a 128gb USB 3.0. - yet when I said it on here, the Lexar supporters club started ranting ! (It didn't happen to them, ergo it never happens) some just fail. Ive had 7day shop and MyMemory too, and they have been great. Reliable and are still in what they were put in. (One of them replacing the SanDisk in my Sony MP player)
Got a code, and they wouldn't accept it !
Don't need another one yet anyway so for the best !
woldranger28/09/2019 10:15

No you said SanDisk are a good brand with history - everything risks …No you said SanDisk are a good brand with history - everything risks failure.I merely pointed out that they also have a history of failure. I've got a Sandisk ssd and used their cards exclusively prior the that ultra, but when a company produces huge number's of a specific card that will had the same issue and failed, it was time for me to step away.I use Samsung now.


As in ‘they have history dating back’ not ‘they have a good and spotless history’. One type of card failing is not a ‘history of failure’. I was aware of these issues but I had this card and it didn’t go bad, I’d still choose them over any unbranded Chinese card is what I’m getting at.

Do you have a link to an article about these failures - being any more common in this size or batch?
plewis0028/09/2019 11:15

As in ‘they have history dating back’ not ‘they have a good and spotless hi …As in ‘they have history dating back’ not ‘they have a good and spotless history’. One type of card failing is not a ‘history of failure’. I was aware of these issues but I had this card and it didn’t go bad, I’d still choose them over any unbranded Chinese card is what I’m getting at. Do you have a link to an article about these failures - being any more common in this size or batch?


"As in" isn't what you said - you were pretty clear in what you posted originally, but now you choose to try and elaborate on it - fair enough. Your initial post made it sound as though Sandisk are by far the most reliable, which is not a fact. None of the manufacturers are faultless, but Sandisk is the only one that I have come across who made full batches of faulty cards. But on the plus side, they did eventually admit to it.

...Don't worry, I'm not expecting you to take my word for it - here or here I'm sure you could've done a quick search yourself, but I saved you 5 seconds.

There are lots of noobs on here who tend to take the advice of people on here as gospel. My point in this whole thing was to balance things out so people might make go away and make their own judgement.
woldranger28/09/2019 11:46

"As in" isn't what you said - you were pretty clear in what you posted …"As in" isn't what you said - you were pretty clear in what you posted originally, but now you choose to try and elaborate on it - fair enough. Your initial post made it sound as though Sandisk are by far the most reliable, which is not a fact. None of the manufacturers are faultless, but Sandisk is the only one that I have come across who made full batches of faulty cards. But on the plus side, they did eventually admit to it....Don't worry, I'm not expecting you to take my word for it - here or here I'm sure you could've done a quick search yourself, but I saved you 5 seconds.There are lots of noobs on here who tend to take the advice of people on here as gospel. My point in this whole thing was to balance things out so people might make go away and make their own judgement.


I definitely did not mean ‘Sandisk are the most reliable’ - I meant that they are a solid mainstream manufacturer with a history of making cards vs unbranded Chinese cards with second-grade chips on eBay, Amazon, etc.

And I did search for it and couldn’t find anything other than generic ‘my Sandisk card won’t read or write’ on forums that’s why I asked you. How could you read that and instantly assume that I was claiming you made it up? I’ve just seen your URL links - it was to something 7 years ago, and I was looking for something more recent and related to the Ultra cards.
Edited by: "plewis00" 28th Sep
plewis0028/09/2019 11:52

I definitely did not mean ‘Sandisk are the most reliable’ - I meant that th …I definitely did not mean ‘Sandisk are the most reliable’ - I meant that they are a solid mainstream manufacturer with a history of making cards vs unbranded Chinese cards with second-grade chips on eBay, Amazon, etc. And I did search for it and couldn’t find anything other than generic ‘my Sandisk card won’t read or write’ on forums that’s why I asked you. How could you read that and instantly assume that I was claiming you made it up? I’ve just seen your URL links - it was to something 7 years ago, and I was looking for something more recent and related to the Ultra cards.


I guess that's about as close to an admission you were wrong as I'll get - that'll do.

Personally, I've better ways to spend my saturday, so if you insist on trying to drag this on, enjoy! Feel free to "have the last word" but I don't follow this thread and your comments won't show (muted). Enjoy your weekend.
woldranger28/09/2019 12:02

I guess that's about as close to an admission you were wrong as I'll get - …I guess that's about as close to an admission you were wrong as I'll get - that'll do.Personally, I've better ways to spend my saturday, so if you insist on trying to drag this on, enjoy! Feel free to "have the last word" but I don't follow this thread and your comments won't show (muted). Enjoy your weekend.


Pathetic but honestly that’s fine by me too. Very clever misreading the intent then running with it when you knew what I meant, while producing a 7 year old article ‘proving’ that Sandisk historically make bad cards. I hope it doesn’t get out into the public eye and tank their share price.
powerbrick27/09/2019 23:00

It is, have both of mine formatted as exFAT and not had a problem also …It is, have both of mine formatted as exFAT and not had a problem also both nearly full.


You went the cheaper route with two 256GB instead of one 512GB microSD card for your Switch.
Edited by: "RiverDragon8" 28th Sep
woldranger28/09/2019 10:15

No you said SanDisk are a good brand with history - everything risks …No you said SanDisk are a good brand with history - everything risks failure.I merely pointed out that they also have a history of failure. I've got a Sandisk ssd and used their cards exclusively prior the that ultra, but when a company produces huge number's of a specific card that will had the same issue and failed, it was time for me to step away.I use Samsung now.


I've never had a Samsung product fail on me before.
RiverDragon828/09/2019 12:27

I've never had a Samsung product fail on me before.



Hm, maybe not fail as such... But I have a 128GB Samsung EVO which was and is fine on my old Samsung S5 but cannot be read on my current Nokia 8. Whereas this 256GB card (if it is indeed the same as the Integral one), works fine.
Failures: I have a Sandisk 32GB fail on me.
Guess no brand is totally reliable.
Gkains28/09/2019 12:41

Hm, maybe not fail as such... But I have a 128GB Samsung EVO which was and …Hm, maybe not fail as such... But I have a 128GB Samsung EVO which was and is fine on my old Samsung S5 but cannot be read on my current Nokia 8. Whereas this 256GB card (if it is indeed the same as the Integral one), works fine.Failures: I have a Sandisk 32GB fail on me.Guess no brand is totally reliable.


MyMemory and Integral use the same manufacturer Phison Electronics Corp to produce their SD cards. So if you're going to buy one of those cards then you're better off buying the MyMemory one, because of the lifetime warranty.
Edited by: "RiverDragon8" 28th Sep
RiverDragon828/09/2019 12:26

You went the cheaper route with two 256GB instead of one 512GB microSD …You went the cheaper route with two 256GB instead of one 512GB microSD card for your Switch.


When they reach price parity I will change to larger cards
Good card for a good price working well with insta one x ✌
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How to get 10% code? I subscribed the newsletter. But haven't received the …How to get 10% code? I subscribed the newsletter. But haven't received the code yet.


I got mine within the hour.
Have you checked your spam folder
Dusty66629/09/2019 13:07

I got mine within the hour.Have you checked your spam folder


Thank you for your reply. Just received another email with the code.
woldranger28/09/2019 09:46

Just to add, SanDisk don't always produce great cards - I was one of the …Just to add, SanDisk don't always produce great cards - I was one of the unlucky ones to have bought their 64gb Ultra card a few years ago - huge number's of those failed and since then, I've steered well clear.


Same here, two cards on holiday when super hot right at the back of one another, I was just lucky I took a small HD and had transferred 95% of my pictures and videos before they went but I must also say my wifes Samsung Evo Plus 128gb just went and lost everything, now I'm not sure if paying for high priced cards is worth it anymore.
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