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Samsung PRO Endurance 128GB 100MB/s (U1) MicroSDXC Memory Card with Adapter (MB-MJ128GA/AM)

$18.99 . This is the lowest this has even been on Amazon . Ideal size for dash cams. Grab it for that dash cam you just bought!

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Flamerhino asked this question on 11-30-2021 at 01:54 PM
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As long as it has a microSD card slot which is does then I dont see why it wouldnt!
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Samsung provides an authentication utility for Windows [samsung.com] (scroll down or search for "Authentication Utility"). Return if it doesn't pass.
"Better" in this case is relative. The endurance cards are ideal for use in dashcams (where reliability is paramount) since they're constantly being written to. The one you posted would crap out pretty quickly in that scenario, as I understand it. But I'm sure it would be just fine for use in less intensive scenarios.
I like to think about it from a risk vs. reward point of view. CAN the Evo cards, and other cards work in a dash cam without issue for some time? Sure. Your anecdotal experiences support that.

-IS the Endurance card objectively better for the task? Yes.
-Does Samsung publish endurance figures for the Evo and other non-Endurance cards? Not that I know of.
-Does Samsung publish endurance figures for the Endurance cards? Yes
-Does Samsung warranty the cards for 5 years with certain write limits? Yes

Some endurance cards are actually MLC cards ("Transcend's high endurance microSDXC/SDHC card is built with high-quality MLC NAND flash chips to withstand up to 12,000 hours of Full HD video recording*,"). Again, objectively better than Evo and other non-endurance cards.

I've been in one accident where the dash cam paid for itself many times over (was rear ended pretty badly by some stupid @SShole, and my car hit the car in front of me as a result). I've also provided dash cam video for two other accidents voluntarily. I'd rather have a Samsung Endurance, Transcend High Endurance, or SanDisk High Endurance in my dash cams.

Chances of Evo or similar failure? Maybe low...
What you stand to lose if the accident or event you needed captured is NOT captured due to card failure? Potentially a SH!TLOAD of money, time, stress, anger, etc.

For the small difference in price, an endurance type of card is well worth it in my opinion. Either way, I hope your cards continue to function well. Good on anyone for having a dash cam, choice of micro SD card aside!

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Thanks. Grabbed two.
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The 128 GB 130 MB/sec EVO is $15.99. Not sure if faster makes this one better.

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The 128 GB 130 MB/sec EVO is $15.99. Not sure if faster makes this one better.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
"Better" in this case is relative. The endurance cards are ideal for use in dashcams (where reliability is paramount) since they're constantly being written to. The one you posted would crap out pretty quickly in that scenario, as I understand it. But I'm sure it would be just fine for use in less intensive scenarios.
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"Better" in this case is relative. The endurance cards are ideal for use in dashcams (where reliability is paramount) since they're constantly being written to. The one you posted would crap out pretty quickly in that scenario, as I understand it. But I'm sure it would be just fine for use in less intensive scenarios.
I don't know what tech goes behind these but my regular Samsung cards have been working perfect on dash cam and Wi-Fi cameras for several years now.
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"Better" in this case is relative. The endurance cards are ideal for use in dashcams (where reliability is paramount) since they're constantly being written to. The one you posted would crap out pretty quickly in that scenario, as I understand it. But I'm sure it would be just fine for use in less intensive scenarios.
I've been using the 64GB EVO's in my outdoor security cameras which record 24/7 for over 2 years now. Wouldn't be surprised if they have the same chip in them.
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Samsung provides an authentication utility for Windows [samsung.com] (scroll down or search for "Authentication Utility"). Return if it doesn't pass.
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I don't know what tech goes behind these but my regular Samsung cards have been working perfect on dash cam and Wi-Fi cameras for several years now.

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I've been using the 64GB EVO's in my outdoor security cameras which record 24/7 for over 2 years now. Wouldn't be surprised if they have the same chip in them.

I like to think about it from a risk vs. reward point of view. CAN the Evo cards, and other cards work in a dash cam without issue for some time? Sure. Your anecdotal experiences support that.

-IS the Endurance card objectively better for the task? Yes.
-Does Samsung publish endurance figures for the Evo and other non-Endurance cards? Not that I know of.
-Does Samsung publish endurance figures for the Endurance cards? Yes
-Does Samsung warranty the cards for 5 years with certain write limits? Yes

Some endurance cards are actually MLC cards ("Transcend's high endurance microSDXC/SDHC card is built with high-quality MLC NAND flash chips to withstand up to 12,000 hours of Full HD video recording*,"). Again, objectively better than Evo and other non-endurance cards.

I've been in one accident where the dash cam paid for itself many times over (was rear ended pretty badly by some stupid @SShole, and my car hit the car in front of me as a result). I've also provided dash cam video for two other accidents voluntarily. I'd rather have a Samsung Endurance, Transcend High Endurance, or SanDisk High Endurance in my dash cams.

Chances of Evo or similar failure? Maybe low...
What you stand to lose if the accident or event you needed captured is NOT captured due to card failure? Potentially a SH!TLOAD of money, time, stress, anger, etc.

For the small difference in price, an endurance type of card is well worth it in my opinion. Either way, I hope your cards continue to function well. Good on anyone for having a dash cam, choice of micro SD card aside!
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Fake???
It's possible, I'd feel more confident buying from Bestbuy or Samsung [samsung.com] directly.

$18.99 with free shipping
https://www.samsung.com/us/comput...j128ga-am/
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The big deal with these is Samsung is more likely to offer you a warranty claim if this fails in a dashcam or video device it was made for vs a standard Evo. Do they have ways of finding out is the question.
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It's the same price at Samsung.com and cheaper if you buy the multi-packs.

https://www.samsung.com/us/comput...j128ga-am/
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16$ on Newegg
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