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    App Performance Class 1 SD card memory symbol devised

    If you want to buy (micro)SD cards to run and store apps, simply look for the 'A1' logo.
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    Re: App Performance Class 1 SD card memory symbol devised

    That would help...

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    Re: App Performance Class 1 SD card memory symbol devised

    What this really means, "Sales are slowing down so lets release yet ANOTHER standard naming convention and a load of new cards. Lets also mention 8k video to fool people!"

    $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

    But... If it helps it helps so fair enough.

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    Re: App Performance Class 1 SD card memory symbol devised

    haha will it give Candy Crunch 10 more Fps?

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    Re: App Performance Class 1 SD card memory symbol devised

    the naming conventions are a bit ridiculous. Especially UHS 1 2 3, getting mixed up with UHS version 1 or 2 speed 1/2/3.

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    Re: App Performance Class 1 SD card memory symbol devised

    So would one of these potentially be useful for placing into my front panel card slot for running games off? Or would that still send the card into an early grave?

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    Re: App Performance Class 1 SD card memory symbol devised

    Been using a U1 branded Sandisk 64GB as adoptable in my NVidia Shield tablet since day 1 and never noticed any issues (other than the usual problem with adoptable - namely backing the darned thing up!). So colour me unimpressed while still agreeing with excalibur1814.

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