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Old 23-06-2012, 11:02 PM   #1
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sandisk extreme usb 3.0 (thumb drive)

Hi anyone knows where can i get a sandisk extreme usb 3.0 thumbdrive??

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Old 23-06-2012, 11:35 PM   #2
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Old 28-06-2012, 07:40 PM   #3
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benchmark it and post pictures if u got it thanks !
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Old 28-06-2012, 08:23 PM   #4
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Best Bargain & Cybermind got sell without VM sticker.
Funan Challenger & selected CHallenger & cyberactive got sell with VM Sticker.
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ATTO benchmark screenshot:
hzzp://zzz.whoratesit.com/resources/img/Reviews/1301/SanDisk-Extreme-USB-30-16GB-ATTO-Benchmark.png

Full review of the 16GB version and comparison to other fast flash drives:
hzzp://zzz.whoratesit.com/Best-Flash-Drive/Comparison/1

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Old 05-07-2012, 11:13 PM   #6
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http://www.whoratesit.com/resources/...-Benchmark.png

Which is the Best Flash Drive? 18 Drives Reviewed @WhoRatesIt?

ATTO benchmark screenshot:
hzzp://zzz.whoratesit.com/resources/img/Reviews/1301/SanDisk-Extreme-USB-30-16GB-ATTO-Benchmark.png

Full review of the 16GB version and comparison to other fast flash drives:
hzzp://zzz.whoratesit.com/Best-Flash-Drive/Comparison/1

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Old 07-07-2012, 08:02 AM   #7
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The read speed of Sandisk Extreme USB3.0 is 8x that of my Sandisk 32GB Contour. Poison thread here.
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Amazing drive but for PC, not MAC

I got the drive 2 days ago. Its great but am now selling it as I could not reformat in Mac. So be careful to test if you need Mac HFS. Works as reviewed on my PCs ie super fast for everything.

Review by PCmag:

“The SanDisk Extreme USB 3.0 is the fastest high-capacity drive we've seen to date, and it comes with a stiletto- inspired design and a reasonable price.”
pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2406147,00.asp
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ATTO benchmark screenshot:
hzzp://zzz.whoratesit.com/resources/img/Reviews/1301/SanDisk-Extreme-USB-30-16GB-ATTO-Benchmark.png

Full review of the 16GB version and comparison to other fast flash drives:
hzzp://zzz.whoratesit.com/Best-Flash-Drive/Comparison/1

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I don't understand why you gave #1 to sandisk.

I think the speed wise lexar should be ranked better even if the price is expensive
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I got the drive 2 days ago. Its great but am now selling it as I could not reformat in Mac. So be careful to test if you need Mac HFS. Works as reviewed on my PCs ie super fast for everything.

Review by PCmag:

“The SanDisk Extreme USB 3.0 is the fastest high-capacity drive we've seen to date, and it comes with a stiletto- inspired design and a reasonable price.”
pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2406147,00.asp
I'm using the 64GB on my MBA, works fine on the USB2 port with HFS+J. I run my Windows VM entirely on it. What's the issue you're facing?

If you guys believe CrystalDiskMark, the 4K write is unbelievable on this guy. The 64GB version manages 10MB/s writes, out-performed everything else on the market by at least 10 times. I have not seen any flash drive which manages >1MB/s. This is an important criteria because I run VMs off it. I got it for $89 at BxxtBxxgxxxx.

For those still thinking, don't think so much. We have a winner.
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Old 08-08-2012, 11:56 PM   #11
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i rather order the Kingston Hyper X Data traveller usb 3.0 from amazon.
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so the sandisk is $89 for 64gb?
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Some shops are selling at $88

so the sandisk is $89 for 64gb?
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My mini review of Sandisk Extreme 32GB USB3.0 vs Contour 32GB USB2.0

First test using USB3.0 port.

File: 9.82GB mkv movie
Time to write to Extreme: 1min 54sec
Speed: 86.1Mb/s
Screen capture around 50%:


File: 9.82GB mkv movie
Time to write to Contour: 7min 48sec
Speed: 21.0Mb/s
Screen capture around 50%:


Second test using USB2.0 port.

File: 9.82GB mkv movie
Time to write to Extreme: 5min 13sec
Speed: 31.4Mb/s
Screen capture around 50%:


File: 9.82GB mkv movie
Time to write to Contour: 8min 43sec
Speed: 18.8Mb/s
Screen capture around 50%:
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My mini review of Sandisk Extreme 32GB USB3.0 vs Contour 32GB USB2.0

File: 9.82GB mkv movie
Time to write to Extreme: 1min 54sec
Speed: 86.1Mb/s
Screen capture around 50%:


File: 9.82GB mkv movie
Time to write to Contour: 7min 48sec
Speed: 21.0Mb/s
Screen capture around 50%:

Can test both device under USB 2.0 ?
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