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3C Pro specializes in high capacity high performance data storage and communication media. Our memory card and memory module are designed for wide range of applications. 64GB 600X UDMA Compact Flash Card. Reads up to 90MB/s and Writes up to 45MB/s.
Brand New Retail Packaged.
Up to 90MB/s Read
Up to 45MB/s Write
Design for Professional DSLR
Excellent to capture RAW+JPEG and high-definition video
Support UDMA Mode 6
Warranty 5 years
Pros: May be cheap, but neither of my Nikon cameras (D300, D800) will accept this card. No problem on a computer, but that was not my intended use.
Cons: Not what I needed
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Not a bad card
Pros: Capacity-to-cost ratio!
Cons: I know the device claims 90MB/s read and 45MB/s write speeds, but I haven't hit them. I've run this through HDTune a few different ways and can't seem to get anything past 5MB/s. This doesn't bug me because the .MODs I listen to on it are usually anywhere from 128 to 768 kilobytes at most, and just load into RAM completely before playing. I'd tell you what speeds I hit on normal windows file operations, but I run this in an XP tablet and it doesn't offer speed info in the transfer info box like Vista/7. Sorry.
Other Thoughts: This is a good flash file bucket for my obscure needs.
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“Capacity-to-cost ratio!— FastTracker2Fan 5/8/2012
Quick enough for me. I bought this because it was the first sub-$100 CF card in the 64GB ...”
“Not what I needed”— 6/26/2012