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Sandisk Extreme 128GB microSD UHS-I Card with Adapter - 160MB/s U3 A2 - SDSQXA1-128G-GN6MA, Black

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Secure digital association speed class Class 4

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  • Cards include security feature for protection of copyrighted data
  • SD cards are fully compatible with all SD-compliant devices
  • Speed performance rating: Class 4 (based on SD 2.0 Specification)
  • This is an aftermarket of generic part
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Capacity:128GB  |  Style:Extreme

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Capacity:128GB  |  Style:Extreme

In addition to digital cameras, many portable media players feature SDHC card slots for storing music, data, and video. The SanDisk SDHC Memory Card gives you plenty of space for all your tunes, TV shows, video clips, and more. The card is also ideal for moving files between computers, cameras, and other gadgets.


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Reviewed in Australia on 16 June 2020
Capacity: 400GBStyle: ExtremeVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars It's the real deal.
By Adrian on 16 June 2020
I was slightly skeptical at first. I only purchased the SanDisk 400 GB Extreme card after seeing the positive reviews here, along with knowing that Amazon would also be fulfilling the order.

However, I still wanted to be sure that the SD card was legitimate before using it to film 4K H.265 footage.

I tested the SD card using H2testw (v1.4). I used the SD card slot of a Surface Book 2 with a BaseQi SD card adapter. The test results were inline with real world expectations (the computer was also being used for other projects whilst the test was in progress).

I also compared the SanDisk 400 GB Extreme to a SanDisk 64 GB Extreme and SanDisk 128 GB Extreme Pro I had purchased from a reputable local retailer. The fonts and logo all appear to match perfectly and the physical layout of the pins and memory chip match exactly, and the text and serial number layout on the back also match.

The warranty details listed inside the packaging were also for my region and contained correct contact information.

It's fair to say that these cards are genuine and you should be confident in your purchase.

Below are the H2testw results:
Warning: Only 375558 of 375560 MByte tested.
Test finished without errors.
You can now delete the test files *.h2w or verify them again.
Writing speed: 78.7 MByte/s
Reading speed: 84.7 MByte/s
H2testw v1.4
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Reviewed in Australia on 29 July 2019
Capacity: 128GBStyle: ExtremeVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars Sandisk SDSQXA1-128G-GN6MA
By Arlags on 29 July 2019
Genuine 128GB SD Card. Used H2testW to verify. Works on my Nintendo Switch.
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Reviewed in Australia on 28 September 2020
Capacity: 128GBStyle: Extreme ProVerified Purchase
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1.0 out of 5 stars Do not buy!
By Amazon Customer on 28 September 2020
The card is fake! 128gb card that comes in at 134gb. 🤔From the packaging to the card nothing looked right from the get go. Normally sandisk cards have a gloss finish these cards have a matte finish. I tested with F3X app from H2testW link. I don't know how amazon lets sellers on like this? The packaging says made in China and the card has made in Taiwan.
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Reviewed in Australia on 24 October 2020
Capacity: 128GBStyle: Extreme ProVerified Purchase
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1.0 out of 5 stars Suspicious Quality
By Harley on 24 October 2020
1) The SD cards packaging print quality is poor, look in the photo of the tiger and how pixelated he is compared to the sd capacity text. This is very apparent and noticeable even from a distance.
Not only that but compare the clarity of the text saying "made in china" on the back to the lump text above it. Majority of the text on the back looks like it had a sort of shadow or double print up close.

2) The SD cards capacity would change size when i inspected its properties in my PC everytime.

3) The SD card would corrupt data immediately upon transfering things to it.

Theres plenty of SD cards to choose from on Amazon, and i've had good luck with many others.. Just don't buy this one.
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Reviewed in Australia on 21 February 2019
Capacity: 400GBStyle: ExtremeVerified Purchase
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Reviewed in Australia on 18 September 2020
Capacity: 0GBStyle: classicVerified Purchase
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Reviewed in Australia on 22 October 2018
Capacity: 32GBStyle: ExtremeVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fine for GoPro @ 4k
By Matt on 22 October 2018
Blip over 71MB/s on a sequential test, which is perfectly fine for top end 4K recording on a Go Pro 7 Black. No fancy equipment used in this test, just an SD slot in an i7 Surface Book 2 and the full size adapter that comes with the memory card.
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Reviewed in Australia on 6 October 2019
Capacity: 64GBStyle: ExtremeVerified Purchase
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Orazio Di Mauro
3.0 out of 5 stars Buona ma non adatta alle nuove tecnologie
Reviewed in Italy on 15 November 2018
Capacity: 64GBStyle: ExtremeVerified Purchase
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axelclergeau
5.0 out of 5 stars Une carte exceptionnelle comme toujours chez Sandisk !
Reviewed in France on 13 June 2019
Capacity: 64GBStyle: ExtremeVerified Purchase
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Michael
1.0 out of 5 stars One word to describe this product... FAKE!
Reviewed in Canada on 19 November 2018
Capacity: 128GBStyle: ExtremeVerified Purchase
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msmorx
1.0 out of 5 stars Ist das nur übliches Marketing oder schon Betrug ? Die Karte ist viel langsamer als beworben.
Reviewed in Germany on 4 May 2019
Capacity: 400GBStyle: ExtremeVerified Purchase
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1.0 out of 5 stars Ist das nur übliches Marketing oder schon Betrug ? Die Karte ist viel langsamer als beworben.
Reviewed in Germany on 4 May 2019
Die Karte ist auf der Verpackung mit 160 MB/s Lesen und 90MB/s Schreiben angegeben.
Beim mehrfachem Kopieren verschieden großer Dateien 2-12GB kam ich zwar beim Schreiben unter Windows 10, exFAT und NTFS bis zu 80MB/s was ich voll akzeptiert hätte, aber das Lesen war nur halb so schnell wie beworben. Ich hatte die Karte vorallem wegen den angepriesenen 160 MB/s Leserate gekauft und 35 Euro mehr als für die mit 90MB/s Lesegeschwindigkeit angegebene SanDisk Extreme gleicher Kapazität gezahlt.
Vom Stuhl gefallen bin ich dann bei den 4K Schreib/Lese Datenraten.
Egal welches Tool ich verwendet habe kamen hier nicht mehr als 2,5 MB/s Schreiben (4k) raus bei ca. max 420 IO/s.
Hier die für SD Karten definierten Specs:
U1/U3: Diese Zahl drückt das Schreibtempo einer SD-Karte mit UHS-I- oder UHS-II-Technik aus.
U1 steht für 10 MBps, U3 für 30 MBps.
V6-V90: Das ist eine Schreibtempoangabe für Videoaufnahmen. Die Spanne reicht von 6 bis 90 MBps.
A1/A2: Bei diesen Geschwindigkeitsangaben schafft die Karte eine bestimmte Anzahl von Zugriffen pro Sekunde (A1: 1.500 beim Lesen, 500 beim Schreiben; A2: 4.000 beim Lesen, 2.000 beim Schreiben).

Die für die SanDisk Extreme 400G angegeben Werte wie U1 und V30 schafft sie natürlich locker.
Die Angebe A2: schafft sie aber nach meinen Messungen um Faktor 3-4 NICHT! ( siehe Screen Shot)
Die Karte schaft nicht einmal die A1 Einstufung!

Ich finde es hilft auch nicht auf der Rückseite mit nur mit der Lupe lesbar zu schreiben, dass man um 160MB/s zu erreichen ein passendes Device benötigt. Aber was das für ein "device" denn sein soll bleibt völlig im Unklaren.
Nach genauerem Web-Studium fand ich heraus, dass das Karteninterface UHS-I sowieso nur max. 105 MB/s kann.
Die 160 MB/s sind nur mit einem UHS-2 Karteninterface möglich, dass die Karte ja gar nicht hat, oder vielleicht doch?
Ich hab mir jetzt von SanDisk den UHS-2 USB-C Reader bestellt und werde das mal interesse halber prüfen.

Die Zahlen auf der Verpackung sind jedenfalls reines Marketing.
Die Karte funtioniert in Photokameras bestimmt ganz gut auch beim Filmen mit 4K Auflösung.
Meine Canon M50 schreibt mit max. 150 Mbit/s bei 4 k Video.
Ich habe auch die Serienbildfunktion der M50 mit large JPG und paralleler large RAW Speicherung getestet.
Nach ein paar Sekunden fängt die Kamera an zu stottern und muß erst ihren Buffer wegschreiben.
Meine 2 Jahre alte ADATA SDXC KArte die nur mit 45MB/s Write angegeben ist verhält sich übrigens identisch.
Also auch hier kein Praxisvorteil.
Zum Vergleich, die SanDisk "Ultra" kostet bei gleicher Kapazität 35,- Euro weniger, die tuts auch für die Kamera.
Und selbst meine 2 Jahre alte ADATA verhält sich mit der nagelneuen Canon M50 gleich.
Spart euch das Geld für eine schnelle SD Karte!
Die Kameras, Laptops und Mobilphones brauchen erst einmal das schnelle UHS-2 Interface,
und momenten eher selten zu finden.
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1.0 out of 5 stars 速度3分の1
Reviewed in Japan on 6 February 2019
Capacity: 128GBStyle: ExtremeVerified Purchase
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