Kingston 32GB microSDHC Mobility Kit ReviewnVidia_Freak - June 28, 2011
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The next test will be SiSoft Sandra's removable storage benchmark, which tests flash memory in a similar fashion to FMT. Finally, a sub-benchmark within the preceding is performed on specific sectors.
SiSoft Sandra 2011 SP2a - Removable Storage Benchmark:
SiSoft Sandra 2011 SP2a Sub-benchmark - Endurance Benchmark:
Kingston's offering puts on a respectable performance, though not quite reaching its advertised speed rating. It is, however, considerably faster than Patriot's 32GB offering, and almost all the other comparison cards. Again, using the included USB adapter yielded small speed increases. Overall, Kingston's 32GB class 10 microSDHC card was a very good performer during synthetic benchmarks. Let's have a look at how it does in the real-world.