Usage & Testing
I have been using the 32SD card for a good 2 weeks now and I haven’t had a single problem with it. Most of the use was with the Kodak EasyShare V1253 digital camera. I took the camera everywhere I sent and snapped pictures and took videos. There were no problems at all, the SD card even made it through a freezing football game!
As far as testing the drive I used 3 different programs to test the speed of the drive. They are HDTach, HDTune, and Sandra’s Removable Storage benchmark. For comparison on the HDTach test I used the OCZ Trifecta. Tests were done using the Brando 55 in 1 card reader. Here are the results of each test.
Sandra Removable Storage Benchmark
As you can see the drive is very fast, I had no problems at all while using the 32GB SDHC card.
If you are looking to upgrade your current SD card then you should really consider a Kingston SDHC card. Not only will it give you increased storage capacity, but it will provide solid performance and if you get the 32GB version you probably will not have to get a new memory card for a while. This card comes with a lifetime warranty, which is a true sediment to the quality that Kingston brings to the table here.
The 32GB card can be found for $200-290 online which sounds about right for this large of a capacity. Overall ThinkComputers gives the Kingston 32GB SDHC Memory Card a 10 out of 10 score.
– Works perfectly
– Fast transfer speeds
– Lifetime warranty
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