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SanDisk SDSQXAT-064G-GNCZN microSDXC UHS-I U3 100mb/s Card for Nintendo Switch, 64 GB for  £11.99 Prime Delivered @ Amazon
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SanDisk SDSQXAT-064G-GNCZN microSDXC UHS-I U3 100mb/s Card for Nintendo Switch, 64 GB for £11.99 Prime Delivered @ Amazon

£11.99£18.3935%Amazon Deals
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Posted 16th Jul

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  • Nintendo-licensed memory card for the Nintendo Switch system
  • Instantly add up to 64GB of additional space
  • Transfer rates up to 100MB/s to load games fast
  • Store digital games and additional content in one place to play anywhere

  • Capacity: 64 GB
  • Read Speed: up to 100MB/s*
  • Write Speed: up to 60MB/s*
  • Video Speed: U3
  • Form Factor: microSDXC
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That’s a really cool looking card.
Not that you’ll ever really see it.
Wish that this was the design on the 128GB! I got the 128GB Mushroom edition for £7.99 through last weeks deal, You can just about see the red through the casing The Triforce is wayyyy cooler!
Why?
reckoning16/07/2019 21:48

https://www.amazon.co.uk/SanDisk-microSDXC-Memory-Adapter-Performance/dp/B073JYC4XM/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=SanDisk+128+GB&qid=1563310099&s=computers&smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&sr=1-2


Not like-for-like, that's U1 128MB for £14.49. The Nintendo branded cards are Speed Class U3 which means they have a minimum speed of 30MB/sec. U1 Speed Class has minimum speed of 10MB/sec. But the Nintendo branded cards are usually more expensive than like-for-like equivalent.
jco8316/07/2019 22:06

Not like-for-like, that's U1 128MB for £14.49. The Nintendo branded cards …Not like-for-like, that's U1 128MB for £14.49. The Nintendo branded cards are Speed Class U3 which means they have a minimum speed of 30MB/sec. U1 Speed Class has minimum speed of 10MB/sec. But the Nintendo branded cards are usually more expensive than like-for-like equivalent.


Why would this matter for the Nintendo Switch, load times?
reckoning16/07/2019 22:13

Why would this matter for the Nintendo Switch, load times?


It just means a higher minimum read and write speed. I don't know how much real-world noticeable difference it could actually make, but the potential is there.
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