Mushkin 32GB SDHC ReviewnVidia_Freak - July 13, 2011
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Nothing reveals the true performances more than actually using the hardware as it was meant to be. That's why this last benchmark is very simple and something anyone can do. Files of varying sizes, small and large, are transferred to the memory cards and the time taken is recorded. Time measurements are taken using a stopwatch. The stopwatch is started as soon as the Windows file transfer window appears and stopped after it closes. After an individual file is tested, it is then deleted before the next file, and the preceding steps are taken again until testing is complete. Average transfer speeds are then calculated by dividing the real file size by the recorded transfer time. Lower transfer times and higher speeds are better.
Custom File Transfers:
These results are more revealing than those originating from synthetic benchmarks, and the results are very good. What the above charts show is Mushkin's 32GB Class 10 card not only performing very close to class 10 specification enough to say that it does, but it also easily beats one of its rivals from Kingston. What this tells me is that Mushkin's card is a very good one to have should you do more than run synthetic benchmarks all day. But should you buy it?