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My Memory 256GB V30 PRO Micro SD (SDXC) A1 UHS-1 U3 + Adapter - 100MB/s+ Lifetime Warranty for £22.99 Delivered @ Mymemory
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My Memory 256GB V30 PRO Micro SD (SDXC) A1 UHS-1 U3 + Adapter - 100MB/s+ Lifetime Warranty for £22.99 Delivered @ Mymemory

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Posted 17th SepEdited by:"MrBaz"

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MyMemory Premium High Speed Micro SD cards are the perfect partner for your high-spec smartphone or tablet. Enjoy more space for photos, videos, music and apps.
  • 256GB Capacity
  • UHS-I, U3 Performance
  • Adapter Included
  • Lifetime Warranty
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Can anyone speak for the quality of this brand?
MyMemory is a memory card supplier. These appear to be generic memory cards with their label on them.

I have the memory card and I get just under 11mb/sec average on usb2 transferring over 120gb of music onto my smarphone. My sandisk Ultra card gives 11.6mb/s

I have no complaints with the card. Its not a fake like most on ebay and is going to be more reliable than any noname card. This is the data from the 512gb version of the card from another thread. The specs are decent:

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Edited by: "fiqqer" 17th Sep
ryano1234517/09/2019 15:19

Can anyone speak for the quality of this brand?


I bought 2 of their MyMemory 512GB microSD cards for my phones. Currently £62.99.
They both capacity & speed tested as claimed.
Takes a long time to write/read test the entire 512gb card with h2testw but I run it overnight.
Been in my phone for 3 months.
Previous MyMemory cards have been no problem for me.
But I've been lucky.
I've never ever had any card of any make catastrophically fail on me.
Stupidly bought 1 fake when I should have known it was too good to true.
But apart from that cards in cameras and phones have never let me down
But I do also regularly back stuff up from the cards..
Good luck with whatever you decide.
Publix17/09/2019 15:54

I bought 2 of their MyMemory 512GB microSD cards for my phones. Currently …I bought 2 of their MyMemory 512GB microSD cards for my phones. Currently £62.99.They both capacity & speed tested as claimed. Takes a long time to write/read test the entire 512gb card with h2testw but I run it overnight.Been in my phone for 3 months.Previous MyMemory cards have been no problem for me.But I've been lucky. I've never ever had any card of any make catastrophically fail on me.Stupidly bought 1 fake when I should have known it was too good to true.But apart from that cards in cameras and phones have never let me downBut I do also regularly back stuff up from the cards..Good luck with whatever you decide.


Thanks for sharing your experience will help others
ryano1234517/09/2019 15:19

Can anyone speak for the quality of this brand?


I bought one of these for my switch. Seems fine and dandy so far after about a month.
fiqqer17/09/2019 15:48

MyMemory is a memory card supplier. These appear to be generic memory …MyMemory is a memory card supplier. These appear to be generic memory cards with their label on them.I have the memory card and I get just under 11mb/sec average on usb2 transferring over 120gb of music onto my smarphone. My sandisk Ultra card gives 11.6mb/sI have no complaints with the card. Its not a fake like most on ebay and is going to be more reliable than any noname card. This is the data from the 512gb version of the card from another thread. The specs are decent:[Image]


Honestly, using a phone with USB 2.0 to test a card that claims to hit 100MB/s is useless. There's so many restrictions and possible bottlenecks it's just pointless.

I don't own one of these but if I get one I'll post some results with my Kingston USB 3.0 card reader.
Use one in a phone. 95 read 90 write, so it is fast. On spec and a good buy.
Also available on eBay from MyMemory
kcajjones17/09/2019 18:55

Honestly, using a phone with USB 2.0 to test a card that claims to hit …Honestly, using a phone with USB 2.0 to test a card that claims to hit 100MB/s is useless. There's so many restrictions and possible bottlenecks it's just pointless. I don't own one of these but if I get one I'll post some results with my Kingston USB 3.0 card reader.



I posted real word data from another user who did a proper test. Mine was just illustrative that it is a bit slower than the ultra 2. Which indicates its still a good purchase
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