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Re: SD Card

Postby F0LLETT » January 26th, 2016, 11:29 am

tony75 wrote:re SD cards

I think that you will find that the problem with cards disconnecting or not working is related to the read write speed of the card.


a lot of SD cards sold have a very low read write speed... they are not reliable

you need a card with a high write speed .... around 100 Mb/s suitable for use in a modern high speed camera.
there are low cost cards on the market with write speeds as low as 10 Mb/s these will not work


That doesn't explain my issue with my card. 48mb/s and constant disconnections. Until I messed with drivers and now same card works perfect.
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Re: SD Card

Postby tony75 » January 26th, 2016, 5:35 pm

do you know what you did with the drivers ?
would be useful to know
many thanks
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Re: SD Card

Postby LinxNewbieGoPro » February 6th, 2016, 2:42 am

what speed should the micro sd be reading / writing? SanDisk 128GB exFAT 22MB/s read / 17 MB/s write are my benchmarks for the built in sd slot while on the usb port with an SDXC reader I'm getting 42.2MB/s and 27MB/s with the exact same micro sd.
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Re: SD Card

Postby GeneralWaste » December 12th, 2016, 8:40 am

i had a 32gb san disk card working at just under 20mb/s writting speed, which i thoought it was pretty decent. but i had to restore my tablet to factory settings. now the card writes just under 10mb/s. i bought a toshiba 128gb, same. also steam does not recognise the cards as storage mediums. i bet the problem is in the drivers. same as in for all those people who cant get certain cards to work. :?:
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Re: SD Card

Postby Scorpio86 » January 3rd, 2017, 2:00 am

I have a 128gb Samsung card no problems. With steam installed on the he and install games from steam on the sd I've had no issues so far but only tried a few games.

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