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post #11 of 11 (permalink) Old 02-27-2019, 07:03 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by fido View Post
they are saying "capable of up to 985MB/s transfer rates," I don't buy that , i think the best we could see in mobiles/laptops built in's around 400MB/s.

do we have any micro SD that run 200MB/s read/write right now ? uhs3 cards write speeds around 45MBs and read around 110MB/s

what about V90 ? i think they are 90 MB/s write right ?

so to jump to 985MB/s I don't believe it . its just feels like how they write the these theoretical values on the cards or is it a typo in that site XD they meant small letter b not capital B
You're right to say it will depend on the controller on the end user device but we have some pretty fast ones.

That's UHS-II. Are there even any UHS-III devices in production?

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