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SanDisk Extreme 64 GB microSDXC Memory Card + SD Adapter with A2 App Performance + Rescue Pro Deluxe, Up to 160 MB/s, Class 10, UHS-I, U3, V30,…

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SanDisk Extreme 64 GB microSDXC Memory Card + SD Adapter with A2 App Performance + Rescue Pro Deluxe, Up to 160 MB/s, Class 10, UHS-I, U3, V30,…
SanDisk Extreme 64 GB microSDXC Memory Card + SD Adapter with A2 App Performance + Rescue Pro Deluxe, Up to 160 MB/s, Class 10, UHS-I, U3, V30,…

Description

  • Ideal for Android smartphones and tablets, and action cameras, and drones
  • Up to 160MB/s read and 60MB/s write speeds for fast shooting and transfers
  • Rated A2 for faster loading and in-app performance. Operating temperature -13ºF to 185ºF (-25ºC to 85ºC)
  • 4K UHD-ready with UHS Speed Class 3 (U3) and Video Speed Class 30 (V30). Compatibility: Compatible with microSDHC, microSDXC, microSDHC UHS-I, and microSDXC UHS-I supporting host devices
  • Built for and tested in harsh conditions; temperature-proof, water-proof, shock-proof and x-ray proof

Additional information

Specification: SanDisk Extreme 64 GB microSDXC Memory Card + SD Adapter with A2 App Performance + Rescue Pro Deluxe, Up to 160 MB/s, Class 10, UHS-I, U3, V30,…

General
Brand

‎SanDisk

Specification
Product Dimensions

‎0.1 x 1.5 x 1.09 cm, 4.54 Grams

Item model number

‎SDSQXA2-064G-GN6MA

Manufacturer

Color

RAM Size

‎64 GB

Memory Clock Speed

‎160 Megabytes Per Second

Hard Disk Description

‎Memory Card

Voltage

‎1 Volts

Wattage

‎5

Are Batteries Included

‎No

Item Weight

‎4.54 g

Reviews (8)

8 reviews for SanDisk Extreme 64 GB microSDXC Memory Card + SD Adapter with A2 App Performance + Rescue Pro Deluxe, Up to 160 MB/s, Class 10, UHS-I, U3, V30,…

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  1. Squeebles

    I have been having trouble with my GoPro Hero 4 Black. It stops recording and files need repairing, etc. Really annoying stuff.

    After some Googling, it turns out the 64GB Sandisk Ultra XC1 microSD card I’d been using WAS THE PROBLEM. Not campatble. If only I had known about that before…

    Anyway, bought this 32Gb card, recommended for GoPro and other action cams, and everything works perfectly. It’s saved my sanity and my video records. Cheap to buy too and ordering with Amazon Prime I know I won’t get a fake card.

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  2. A. Watson

    Nice & quick card.

    Getting around 90mb read and 70mb seq writes on my Latitude 5285 2-in-1.

    Write speed @4k are higher than some other cards.

    The screengrab of CrystalDiskMark 5.2.0 shows the other benchmark numbers.

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  3. marcel

    I’ve been buying these micro SD cards since I began using Android devices way back on 2.2. I stopped at 64GB cards as they were mainly for video. Now I store hi res photos from my SLR on my phone I need more.
    Card class and speed has always been tricky to define due to advertising mainly read speeds, not write speeds. Class 10 means nothing more than it can sustain a 10mb/s write speed, that’s it!

    They have been getting better every few years and these A2 cards seem to be the best for speed v price.
    My last card had a write speed of 50mb/s which I though was pretty good. This one blitzes it. I transferred 78GB of data to the card (a mix of hi res SLR shots, full HD movies, music and pc programs, over 5000 files) in 18 minutes, the card maintained over 80mb/s for all but the last 4 minutes of the whole transfer. It averaged 72mb’s in total.

    I’ve used Sandisk cards for over 20 years, I have never lost a single file from one yet (touch wood).
    HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

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  4. SotiCoto

    I’ve got somewhat used to storage devices having less space on them than they advertise… but it is always jarring to see “128GB” on the label and find it only has 100GB space on it. More than a fifth of it is missing. Couldn’t they at least have the decency to label how much space we get on these devices rather than some number that is X amount more that we can never use?

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  5. Kam

    i have been buying sandisk for years and they were the best – fast, reliable and excellent value. i have purchases a few sandisk usb flash drives, usb c and usb 3 and they all had one thing in common; highly unreliable and required regular (full formatting) after they for no reason stop copying and make windows crash. i thought i would give this sandisk product one final chance because its from their “extreme” range and i hadn’t tried the sd cards so i thought benefit of the doubt. right from the packet, it made windows crash – not sure why but after restarting, i put it in saying error and let windows repair it. started copying my music, it was lightning fast – around the 60-70 mbs mark and about 1/3 way through 0! wouldnt respond and crashed windows. so, same process… FULL format and it worked ok but i had moved it to USB 2.0 just to be sure – i simply wanted to copy the files didn’t really care about the speed.
    put simply, i think i am done with sandisk now – i won’t bother…

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  6. Danni

    I am showing two read/write testing results here, but beware that they came from the same micro sd card. FYI I’m testing my micro sd card on a UGreen usb 3.0 card reader.

    My initial test only gave me a read/write speed of around 40 MB/s like many others had here, which is way below my expectation. However, when I switched to the usb 3.0 port at the back of my desktop, the read/write speed significantly improved and met the SanDisk’s claim of up to 90 MB/s. This makes me wonder whether everyone who thought he got the counterfeit was using the right port for testing, as many laptops have built-in card readers but not necessarily having the transfer capacity equivalent to usb 3.0 port (could be usb 2.0, which is around 40 MB/s).

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  7. Reviewer

    I bought this because I wanted to be able to shoot in 4k on my Samsung S9 so needed a quick card with plenty of storage space. It was supposed to replace a “slower” Sandisk Ultra. I don’t expect to achieve the read/write speeds advertised as these were done in lab conditions. However the card was much slower than my Sandisk Ultra. I am getting maximum write speeds of 6.91MB/s. I am aware the storage capacity is always less than that advertised – but this card had less than 200GB. Maybe I was unlucky but my next mobile will simply have a much larger internal memory rather than messing around with dodgy microsd cards. If I can’t even buy a reliable MicroSD card from Amazon as a seller themselves the time has come to move on.

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  8. robert

    After reading the reviews on this item I thought I was safe buying it. I WAS WRONG!!!!!!!!! It doesn’t work on any of my tech Samsung s8 plus (won’t work) Samsung year 360 (card not recognised can’t format it) theiye action camera (TF CANT FORMAT NO SPACE ON THIS CARD)! It’s either defective or a complete fake

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