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Wintec Filemate 32 GB Professional Class 10 Secure Digital SDHC Card
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50mb tests ran 5 times -
Sequential read/write - 19.71/15.75 MB/s
Random 512K read/write - 19.49/11.84 MB/s
Random 4K read/write - 4.185/1.150 MB/s
4K QD32 read/write - 5.087/1.183 MB/s
The 16GB Patriot was (19.91/11.80;18.84/1.031;1.833/0.181;2.242/0.164).
The 8GB Sandisk Extreme III was (19.97/15.28;19.68/3.406;4.189/0.036;4.475/0.047).
The 4GB Sandisk Extreme III was (19.96/15.50;19.69/3.274;4.167/0.034;4.461/0.050).
I'm not sure how the reliability and quality is but I've used it for a day and it seems to be okay. Will update in a few months or earlier if there are problems.
First, I used the free 'Flash Memory Toolkit' to benchmark this card's file read/write speed:
- The read speed is relatively slow at 15-17MB/s, while most other cards can achieve 18-20MB/s in this test.
- The write speed is very poor for smaller files of 1-2MB in size, achieving just 2.2-2.4MB/s
- For larger files of 4-15MB in size, the write speed improved to 6-8MB/s
Next, I used the 'H2testw v1.4' to benchmark read/write speed for 1GB files. For this test the card reached a write speed of 10.1MB/s, which means it barely qualifies as a 'class-10' card.
Third, I ran 'CrystalDiskMark 3.01 x64' on this card to determine its sequential and random read/write speeds. The result is shown in the screenshot I uploaded to 'Customer Images' section. Basically, it says that this card is decent for sequential writing of big files, but very poor for random writing of small files.
Of course, the REAL benchmark is in the actual application. For that, I inserted this card in my Canon Rebel T1i, set the camera to save in both RAW and JPEG formats (total ~25MB per shot), took 10 consecutive shots in burst mode and record the time. The complete result is shown in 'Customer Images' section.Read more ›
While it's true that the best customer service is the service you never have to use. Wintec comes in a close second. The rep got back to me within minutes of me emailing them and told me they would be shipping a new card. I was impressed.
The replacement card arrived fast. Their customer service is impressive. Unfortunately, the second card (that I bought with the one that broke) suffered the same fate as the first. The lock switch disappeared and left the card in read only mode.
It croaked while coming out of the same device, a Panasonic Toughbook CF31. This card started its life in my 5100. A month or so before the first card died, I got a good deal on some fast sandisk memory for my Nikon. When the first card died, I relegated card 2 to the Toughbook.
I know that I am gentle with these cards. I have never had another card die for any reason. Never mind two in a row for the same thing. I have been leaving an SD card in my Toughbooks for about two years, however those were CF 30's.Read more ›
I compared this card's write speed to a PNY class 10 in writing a 10 shot burst. If it is slower at all it's only slower by a second or so. I counted the PNY taking 12 seconds and the Wintec taking 13. Accounting for the fact that I was not a stop watch the one second variance between cards may have well been human error.
My camera shoots video at 1080p resolution and 60 fps. That's pretty fast. The Wintec seemed to be able to handle it with no problems.
So far given it's excellent price plus memory space, I have no regrets.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
So it seems like a lot of people have had issues with read/write speeds...ever heard the saying you get what you pay for?? Read morePublished 2 days ago by Steven Taylor
Great product and allows me to take thousands of picture! Great buy for the money.Published 28 days ago by CCDIVE
I'd say all SD cards are the same except for the price. This is pretty much the best price you'll find!Published 1 month ago by Ethan C.