Kingston 32GB microSDHC Mobility Kit ReviewnVidia_Freak - June 28, 2011
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The next test will be FMT's file benchmark to measure read and write performance of files ranging from 1MB to 15MB. This is a more representative benchmark of performance, as files of varying sizes will actually be written to the drive. Results from the 1MB, 3MB, and 5MB are shown below.
Flash Memory Toolkit 2.0 - File Benchmark:
These results show how the cards perform when accessing and writing lots of small files, such as photos and MP3s. Here differences between cards and classes are much more obvious. Kingston stands out as one of the better performers consistently. Using the Kingston supplied USB adapter, speeds increase just a little bit over the SDHC and MicroMate combo. Once more it outperforms its capacity rival from Patriot, however, neither one of them managed to meet their class specification during write testing. These are small files being tested, however, so there's still a chance for improvement during Sandra testing and custom file transfers.