MicroSD that can sustain decent download speeds?

MicroSD that can sustain decent download speeds?

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I am currently using a Sandisk 128GB A1 class and it can’t do more than 16-20Mbits/s. It can easily hit 85/55 MB/s R/W speeds while transferring stuff to and from PC. Tried a 32GB Class 10 and it was even slower. Internal storage has no issues maxing out the 30Mbps connection but at just 32GB of which ~15GB is free its a hassle to manage it.
Can anyone point out a decent one?

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Bump. Majority of downloads from Mega (using Ponydroid app) followed by Seedr (ADM). Torrents are no faster.

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Anyone?

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Anyone?

Buy Samsung Evo Plus 64GB or above card. It can easily sustain 30Mbps write speed.

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nagra wrote:

Buy Samsung Evo Plus 64GB or above card. It can easily sustain 30Mbps write speed.

While downloading?

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While downloading?

I don’t think it should make any difference. You’re just writing data on the card, whether it’s a local file or being downloaded from internet.

Though while downloading, there are other factors that come into play as well, like how fast is your connection speed, how fast is the server from which file is being downloaded. There can be more than 1 bottleneck.

Sometimes, servers lack the bandwidth to serve a huge no. of users with good speed. In that case, it won’t matter how fast is your internet connection.

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nagra wrote:

Buy Samsung Evo Plus 64GB or above card. It can easily sustain 30Mbps write speed.

+1 I would suggest this card too
Evo Select / Evo Plus or any UHD certified cards
Even though the difference is not much // changes per device// this has better random write speeds

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nagra wrote:

I don’t think it should make any difference. You’re just writing data on the card, whether it’s a local file or being downloaded from internet.

Though while downloading, there are other factors that come into play as well, like how fast is your connection speed, how fast is the server from which file is being downloaded. There can be more than 1 bottleneck.

Sometimes, servers lack the bandwidth to serve a huge no. of users with good speed. In that case, it won’t matter how fast is your internet connection.

Server isn’t at fault as I am able to max it out if downloading to internal storage. My Sandisk can sustain 55MB/s writes while copying files from PC. Even random R/W is around 8-12MB/s. Don’t want to invest 1.6k or more on another card just to find the same issue recurring. So was hoping to get a confirmation either way. @getready

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