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The Sandisk Class 4 cards are the equivalent of most class 10 cards and on top of that they have really good random read/ write times (especially with high queue depths). Their cards (and Samsungs) are the gold standard if you are going to put any operating system (i.e RPi) or apps on them.

Every Sandisk Class 4 card I own (I'm not even including the Sandisk class 10/UHS cards, which are even faster) outperform Kingston, PNY, ADATA, etc cards that were rated UHS-1 or higher (both for sequential r/w as well as randomr/w). A lot of the (micro)SD cards out there have horrible performance with 4k random writes at high queue depths, to the absurd level where they perform at like 0.05kb/sec.
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Really Sandisk ? Selling 10years+ old tech.... Class 4 is useless nowadays...
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Really Sandisk ? Selling 10years+ old tech.... Class 4 is useless nowadays...
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Does anyone know why the SanDisk microSDXC Card for Nintendo Switch - 64GB costs so much? Branding and speed?

I am fine with the 32gb so can I just buy one or two of the 32GB SanDisk Extreme® microSDHC™ UHS-I Card (v30)?
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Really Sandisk ? Selling 10years+ old tech.... Class 4 is useless nowadays...
The Sandisk Class 4 cards are the equivalent of most class 10 cards and on top of that they have really good random read/ write times (especially with high queue depths). Their cards (and Samsungs) are the gold standard if you are going to put any operating system (i.e RPi) or apps on them.

Every Sandisk Class 4 card I own (I'm not even including the Sandisk class 10/UHS cards, which are even faster) outperform Kingston, PNY, ADATA, etc cards that were rated UHS-1 or higher (both for sequential r/w as well as randomr/w). A lot of the (micro)SD cards out there have horrible performance with 4k random writes at high queue depths, to the absurd level where they perform at like 0.05kb/sec.
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Be aware that amazon has the 32gb class-10 for $10 brand new.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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Be aware that amazon has the 32gb class-10 for $10 brand new.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1 [amazon.com]
Getting the 64 gb one for 14.99. Thanks for pointing that out.
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That Wireless Stick is kind of cool. I'm thinking hard about that one...
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The Sandisk Class 4 cards are the equivalent of most class 10 cards and on top of that they have really good random read/ write times (especially with high queue depths). Their cards (and Samsungs) are the gold standard if you are going to put any operating system (i.e RPi) or apps on them.

Every Sandisk Class 4 card I own (I'm not even including the Sandisk class 10/UHS cards, which are even faster) outperform Kingston, PNY, ADATA, etc cards that were rated UHS-1 or higher (both for sequential r/w as well as randomr/w). A lot of the (micro)SD cards out there have horrible performance with 4k random writes at high queue depths, to the absurd level where they perform at like 0.05kb/sec.
I need a microSD for my rpi and the random read/ writes are the most important as you point out.
But there is no model number or details on the SanDisk microSDHC Card with Adapter and I cant seem to find out what is the real rating for this card. It just says bulk packaging older model.
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I need a microSD for my rpi and the random read/ writes are the most important as you point out.
But there is no model number or details on the SanDisk microSDHC Card with Adapter and I cant seem to find out what is the real rating for this card. It just says bulk packaging older model.
The $7.25 model under the item description has the following:

Speed performance rating: Class 4, UHS-I.
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The $7.25 model under the item description has the following:

Speed performance rating: Class 4, UHS-I.
Yes. I did see that. But I can't find any real numbers on what that translates into for random read and write speeds.
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Nice, got 2-pack 32gb Extreme PLUS SDXC (full size) cards for 20 bucks.
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In for a 3 pack of 16GB glide. $6 for each one is good for OS install keys.
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Thanks OP!
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i bought the microsd 32gb for $7.50ApplauseApplause thx
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