dealssamsung 16gb high speed class 6 microsdhc memory…

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I always opt for the faster class 10 (or better) cards, as lower classes could slow the whole thing down.

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I'd agree, generally speaking, but class does not always correlate to speed (note the fact that this card outperforms the Class 10 Sandisk card according to tests conducted with Crystaldiskmark and ATTO):

Sequential read: ~24 MB/s
Sequantial write: ~17.5 MB/s
4K Random read: ~7.7 MB/s
4k Random write: ~2.8 MB/s

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@wuddawaste: No problem! Glad you found it helpful. I'm always on the lookout for cheap memory.

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Newegg has the Samsung Plus MicroSD 32GB Class 10 for $22 after $4 coupon code EMCXNWW54 [Exp 7/17].
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820147231

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BuyDig price states: $11.99

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Yep, looks like price is up to $11.99 now. I'll go ahead and expire this, but I may pick up a couple more at that price anyway.

Thanks folks.

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Newegg has the SAMSUNG Plus 16GB Micro SDHC Class 10 on sale for $11 (with free shipping).

$17 - $6 off with coupon code EMCXNWM76 [Exp 7/24].

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820147230

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@bloodypenguin: thank you, thank you very much for the link! Had did you get such a gruesome moniker?

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@mjonczak: Glad I could help.

My screen name comes from that old joke. "What is Black & White and Red all over"? Well the answer is a "Newspaper". Well, we had a indoor soccer team that needed a name. I liked Penguins and noticed we were always bloody after games. So: "The Bloody Penguins" came to be. So another answer to "What is Black & White and Red all over" would be my screen name.

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@dannnnnn: Not true. Depending on what you are doing with the memory this may be worse. Class 10 cards may have a faster transfer speed, but they usually have much lower IOPS. That means if you are copying single, large files, a class 10 will probably be faster. However if you are copying or moving a bunch of smaller files, the card with higher IOPS will more than likely perform the task better.