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SanDisk Extreme 128 GB microSDXC Memory Card 160 MB/s, Class 10 with SD Adaptor £20.19 @ Amazon
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SanDisk Extreme 128 GB microSDXC Memory Card 160 MB/s, Class 10 with SD Adaptor £20.19 @ Amazon

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Posted 20th May
Take note of the longer delivery time. Appears to be free delivery(y)

SanDisk Extreme microSD UHS-I cards
Rated UHS Speed Class 3 (U3),(3) this fast, high-performing card teams up with your action camera or drone to let you capture and share unforgettable videos. With read/write speeds up to 160MB/s/90MB/s,* SanDisk Extreme microSD UHS-I cards deliver the fast recording and playback you need to capture 4K UHD and Full HD video (1) of your most daring adventures in stunning detail. As soon as you catch your breath, share the thrill using the included SD adapter to move your video to your Android-based tablet or your computer. Built to handle harsh conditions, these cards stand up to environmental extremes,(2) giving you confidence that your video will be there to share when the adventure’s done.

  • Extreme memory for your action camera or drone
  • Delivers 4K UHD and Full HD video recording and playback (1)
  • Up to 160MB/s* read speed and up to 90MB/s* write speed
  • Temperature-proof, waterproof, shock-proof, and x-ray-proof
  • U3 and V30 ratings (3) for 4K UHD video
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Heat, Good Price
Fab spot ML6, superb no fuss, mega fast write cards, ordered a couple as back up back up back ups
this is stunning, superb for 4k!
I didn't need one but got one anyway I h8 you hukd!
I hate this site....costing me so much
I thought 15 quid - ish was a hot price for 128 gig cards?
Jef_B21/05/2019 02:22

I thought 15 quid - ish was a hot price for 128 gig cards?


This one is particularly fast, which means it can handle 4k video. I made the mistake of buying 3 x 64gb cards for my Mavic Air recently and they were too slow to write 4k. Technology moves so fast :P
Jef_B21/05/2019 02:22

I thought 15 quid - ish was a hot price for 128 gig cards?


This is A2. A1 128gb for 15 quid is hot. A2 at 20 is hot.
BargainScavenger21/05/2019 09:16

This is A2. A1 128gb for 15 quid is hot. A2 at 20 is hot.


What's the difference between the two?
joshmoulder1221/05/2019 12:06

What's the difference between the two?


A1 has slower write and read speeds in comparison to A2. So pictures etc will load faster on your phone with an A2. Also an A2 will be able to write 4k large video files better as you record.
Nice. Heat 🔥
cbflazaro121/05/2019 12:16

5 quid more gets you a faster 256gb …5 quid more gets you a faster 256gb one.Cold.mymemory.co.uk/mymemory-256gb-v30-pro-micro-sd-sdxc-a1-uhs-1-u3-adapter-100mb-s.html


Isn't the one you've shown slower considering it's only A1?

Please see:
mymemory.co.uk/blo…ce/
Edited by: "Murphybro2" 21st May
Literally just bought 3 64gb v30 for £17. So naturally I decided to buy another one of these. This website is so dangerous
These any good for a nintendo switch?
Edited by: "11gaz11" 21st May
cbflazaro121/05/2019 12:16

5 quid more gets you a faster 256gb …5 quid more gets you a faster 256gb one.Cold.mymemory.co.uk/mymemory-256gb-v30-pro-micro-sd-sdxc-a1-uhs-1-u3-adapter-100mb-s.html


Apart from the fact that its slower...
Would you recommend the card for a dash cam? If not, which one is the most suitable? Thanks
Bought one for my dash cam. Let's see how it works out
cbflazaro121/05/2019 12:16

5 quid more gets you a faster 256gb …5 quid more gets you a faster 256gb one.Cold.mymemory.co.uk/mymemory-256gb-v30-pro-micro-sd-sdxc-a1-uhs-1-u3-adapter-100mb-s.html


Anyone know would this be quick enough for a raspberry pi running emulation Station
ie arcade machines, snes. Mega drive etc assuming the pi supports 256gb cards
ziavirgo21/05/2019 19:38

Bought one for my dash cam. Let's see how it works out

Apparently my Garmin satnav with built in dashcam only supports 64gb. Can this be true?
TiredParent21/05/2019 22:09

Apparently my Garmin satnav with built in dashcam only supports 64gb. Can …Apparently my Garmin satnav with built in dashcam only supports 64gb. Can this be true?



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sco7t21/05/2019 20:54

Anyone know would this be quick enough for a raspberry pi running …Anyone know would this be quick enough for a raspberry pi running emulation Station ie arcade machines, snes. Mega drive etc assuming the pi supports 256gb cards


Those whole games take less than 1mb each. This card reads at 90+Mb/s....
tomtomato21/05/2019 18:36

Apart from the fact that its slower...


It's faster than the extreme pro, I both and the integral write easily at 97-98Mb/s. This is only an extreme.
Murphybro221/05/2019 13:45

Isn't the one you've shown slower considering it's only A1?Please …Isn't the one you've shown slower considering it's only A1?Please see:https://www.mymemory.co.uk/blog/a1-vs-a2-sandisk-microsd-card-whats-the-difference/


The integral writes at 97-98Mb/s. This sandisk says "up to 90".
Kinda irrelevant though as most use it to record 100mbps 4k (12.5Mb/s)
cbflazaro122/05/2019 03:26

It's faster than the extreme pro, I both and the integral write easily at …It's faster than the extreme pro, I both and the integral write easily at 97-98Mb/s. This is only an extreme.


The speed of the no name 256GB one you provided a link for was 90 MB/s write and 100 MB/s read. The Sandisk one advertised here is faster...
Edited by: "tomtomato" 22nd May
tomtomato22/05/2019 09:57

The speed of the no name 256GB one you provided a link for was 90 MB/s …The speed of the no name 256GB one you provided a link for was 90 MB/s write and 100 MB/s read. The Sandisk one advertised here is faster...


The "no name" one is a integral card with mymemory packaging.
Integral isn't a ceappy Chinese company. Its made in the UK.
They write at 97-98mb/s.

Also the Sandisk only reads at 160 if you have are using it in a uhs-3 slot. On a uhs1/2, the integral reads and writes faster... Oh and again, it's double the capacity
cbflazaro122/05/2019 13:21

The "no name" one is a integral card with mymemory packaging.Integral …The "no name" one is a integral card with mymemory packaging.Integral isn't a ceappy Chinese company. Its made in the UK.They write at 97-98mb/s.Also the Sandisk only reads at 160 if you have are using it in a uhs-3 slot. On a uhs1/2, the integral reads and writes faster... Oh and again, it's double the capacity


So the no name Integral one goes much quicker than advertised. How unusual (or suspicious...)

Have you actually compared on the same reader with a Sandusk, or just extrapolating your tests of the no name one
tomtomato22/05/2019 14:07

So the no name Integral one goes much quicker than advertised. How unusual …So the no name Integral one goes much quicker than advertised. How unusual (or suspicious...)Have you actually compared on the same reader with a Sandusk, or just extrapolating your tests of the no name one


Yes I have pretty much every brand/model of cards (over 100 sd cards /micro sd).
From all my U3 cards, the Samsung extreme (not the black plus version) is one of the slower U3 cards out there. In many readers/cameras won't even go much faster than 60/70Mb/s.
cbflazaro122/05/2019 14:20

Yes I have pretty much every brand/model of cards (over 100 sd cards …Yes I have pretty much every brand/model of cards (over 100 sd cards /micro sd).From all my U3 cards, the Samsung extreme (not the black plus version) is one of the slower U3 cards out there. In many readers/cameras won't even go much faster than 60/70Mb/s.


Why are you talking about a Samsung card now, on a thread about SanDisk? Where is this coming from? I don't think Samsung cards are black anyway.
Alyosha23/05/2019 23:06

Overkill


What would you recommend then mate? New to switch but i do need an sd card for digital downloads? Thought 128gb would be comfortably sufficient rather than overkill?
tomtomato22/05/2019 22:04

Why are you talking about a Samsung card now, on a thread about SanDisk? …Why are you talking about a Samsung card now, on a thread about SanDisk? Where is this coming from? I don't think Samsung cards are black anyway.


I meant sandisk.
11gaz1123/05/2019 23:21

What would you recommend then mate? New to switch but i do need an sd card …What would you recommend then mate? New to switch but i do need an sd card for digital downloads? Thought 128gb would be comfortably sufficient rather than overkill?


Well, A1 is nice but certainly no more is necessary. Get the biggest size for the best money at A1 speed rating or near to A1. Otherwise you’re paying for no discernible speed increase.
cbflazaro121/05/2019 12:16

5 quid more gets you a faster 256gb …5 quid more gets you a faster 256gb one.Cold.mymemory.co.uk/mymemory-256gb-v30-pro-micro-sd-sdxc-a1-uhs-1-u3-adapter-100mb-s.html


Well, as you keep praising the MyMemory own brand of SD cards, I have ordered the "MyMemory 128GB V30 PRO Micro SD" model.

The camera reported "slow write speed" even after formatting the card several times, and then the card died completely a few minutes later, couldn't even be recognised on a computer or formatted on the camera. Now I have to go to the Post Office to send it back to get a "proof of postage".

All my other micro SD cards are Samsung Evo cards, and I have never had one faulty when new, or even after months of usage.

I will stick to proper brands from now on, like Samsung or Sandisk. It's not worth the hassle or the risk of losing pictures or videos otherwise.
tomtomato31/05/2019 23:08

Well, as you keep praising the MyMemory own brand of SD cards, I have …Well, as you keep praising the MyMemory own brand of SD cards, I have ordered the "MyMemory 128GB V30 PRO Micro SD" model.The camera reported "slow write speed" even after formatting the card several times, and then the card died completely a few minutes later, couldn't even be recognised on a computer or formatted on the camera. Now I have to go to the Post Office to send it back to get a "proof of postage".All my other micro SD cards are Samsung Evo cards, and I have never had one faulty when new, or even after months of usage.I will stick to proper brands from now on, like Samsung or Sandisk. It's not worth the hassle or the risk of losing pictures or videos otherwise.


My memory cards are integral brand supplied with a "my memory" adapter. Integral is the biggest UK manufacturer of memory. I trust integral cards for work worth several thousands of £.
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