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Is this card good for readyboost in Windows 7? Jul 22, 2012
Probably not; SD cards in general have slow random read/write speeds at the 4k level (which is why SSDs are considered premium in the drive market), with the fastest just barely meeting 4mb/s (a modern hard drive should reach anywhere between 50~200 mb/s at that level). Windows ReadyBoost is a very useful feature with tremendous benefits if configured properly, though a "proper" configuration would involve using USB 3.0 Flash Drives unless the computer's existing hard drive and RAM is already being taxed (like an older system or a system with high resource usage and low hardware specs). Even in that scenario, it's smarter to consider a RAM or SSD upgrade first. If you're looking for something to do with your computer's spare SD slot, you can plug in a large (32~256 gb) SD card and use it for spare storage or back-up purposes. And if you still want to try Windows ReadyBoost via SD card, then at least look up a list of the top 10 fastest SD cards and pick one that works for you. One more warning, though: not all USB Drives and SD Cards will work with ReadyBoost. It's very selective in which devices it uses, and in some cases completely arbitrary. SD Cards are, more and more, being manufactured and designed primarily for camera use and file transfer, not as caching devices (which is what ReadyBoost will turn it into).
I wouldn't. You'd be better off upgrading to a SanDisk Extreme class card due to the higher bitrates that the HF shoots. Remember, I am using this in a low res game camera. So look for an Extreme, Extreme Plus or an Extreme Pro card, class 10 or higher. Good shooting!
I don't know, sorry.
will this work with a Go pro hero 1 and if it does will the reader in a n iMac 2009 model be compatible with this card. Thanks Jan 5, 2015
Beats me. It has good capacity, but I don't know if it's fast enough. I don't GoPro
Mine is black and red It works fine so I don't think you will have any issues with it ...
I don't have a l320 I have a S4100. Can't answer.