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| p.1 #15 · Sandisk CF cards not UDMA 7 |
Even the specs on their website say UDMA 6. So they must be really stupid to sell them as UDMA 6 cards when they are 7 cards Do they save 5 cent on using an old box that was made for another card It's also strange and funny that your UDMA 7 card has the same speed as the old UDMA 6 cards. The 128GB card has a faster speed. For me all this is another reason not to buy expensive Sandisk cards. The whole thing smells and give me a warning. Why would a company like Sandisk save 5 cent on their Chinese packing and use an old and wrong box? And why would they have different speed on their Pro UDMA 7 cards. Why have the wrong spec and wrong UDMA number on their websites?
From Sandisk website, the specs and features for 16 to 64GB cards
READ & WRITE PERFORMANCE: Up to 90MB/s (600x)* for serious performance gains.
CAPACITIES: 16GB, 32GB, 64GB** give you more room to capture RAW+JPEG, sequential bursts and high-definition video
UDMA: UDMA 6 enabled (works in all UDMA modes)
POWER CORE CONTROLLERTM & ENHANCED SUPER-PARALLEL PROCESSINGTM "ESP": Was invented by SanDisk to increase the card's performance level.
TEMPERATURE: Tested to perform from -25°C to 85°C (-13°F to 185°F)
SPECIFICATION: Meets CFA Specification Type I Card
DURABILITY: Shock protection and RTV silicone coating added inside for protection against moisture and humidity
WARRANTY: Backed by rigorous stress-testing procedures and our limited lifetime warranty.
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