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Reddit reviews on SanDisk Ultra 32GB microSDHC UHS-I Card with Adapter, Silver, Standard Packaging (SDSQUNC-032G-GN6MA)

Sentiment score: 43
Reddit mentions: 92

We found 92 Reddit mentions of SanDisk Ultra 32GB microSDHC UHS-I Card with Adapter, Silver, Standard Packaging (SDSQUNC-032G-GN6MA). Here are the top ones.

Ideal for premium Android based smartphones and tabletsUp to 80 MB/s transfer speedClass 10 for Full HD video recording and playbackWater proof, temperature proof, shock proof, X-ray proof and magnet proofMemory Zone app lets you auto-manage media and memory for peak phone performanceComes with SD adapter for use in camerasTen-year limited warranty

Found 92 comments on SanDisk Ultra 32GB microSDHC UHS-I Card with Adapter, Silver, Standard Packaging (SDSQUNC-032G-GN6MA):

u/Ninjaivxx · 324 pointsr/gaming

You can buy a credit card size pc called a raspberry pi for $35 plus SD card plus power cable. You can then install pi hole which blocks ads on your home network. So your cell phone won't see ads your pc won't see ads. Your dad's best friends roommate from college who is on your network won't see ads. Pretty fucking sweet.

edit some links
pi hole https://pi-hole.net

Raspberry pi with power and case https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01C6EQNNK/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1496894828&sr=8-3&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=raspberry+pi+3&dpPl=1&dpID=61Kje-Jv3AL&ref=plSrch

SD card https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B010Q57T02/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1496895065&sr=8-3&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=class+10+micro+sd+card&dpPl=1&dpID=41f2SZSqv6L&ref=plSrch

u/LORD_STABULON · 50 pointsr/gaming

At first I was surprised as well, but the more I think about it, it makes sense.

The NES Classic is selling like hotcakes because of hype. When the hype dies, the sales fall off a cliff. I really don't know anything at all about their supply chain, but it seems that Nintendo has been increasingly reliant on "off-the-shelf" hardware ever since the Wii. For example, there was a little "ATI" logo stamped on the Wii because Nintendo used a regular graphics card for that console, and so ATI "owned" part of that device.

So I'm guessing they don't have a ton of vertical integration for hardware manufacturing. Compare that to Apple, which has been aggressively working to own as much of their hardware manufacturing process as possible, even going as far as to manufacture their own CPUs (iPhones have an "A9" chip or whatever, while other smartphones just buy hardware from companies like Samsung, AMD, nVidia, Qualcomm, etc).

The downside of 100% vertical integration is that if Nintendo wanted to make a new Zelda, they would have to control, manage, and pay for everything that Zelda runs on-- the silicon, the enclosure, the LCD screens, the joysticks, even the plastic game cases and printing of brochures. It's insane when you think about it. The upshot is that when you have complete control over everything, you can "stop the presses" at a moment's notice.

So Nintendo doesn't do vertical integration. Again, I have no insider info, but it's become increasingly clear simply by Googling around. For example here's a Polygon article that shows the NES classic is just a bunch of off-the-shelf hardware crammed into an offically trademarked plastic box. And this makes perfect sense. It's also notable that the Nintendo Switch is also completely outsourced, from the nVidia graphics to the USB-C port, microSD slot, Bluetooth, HDMI, etc.

It makes sense for them too-- they're a software company that happens to be in the advantageous position of being able to make such incredibly high quality software that people are willing to buy custom hardware just to play it. Imagine if EA Games tried to sell a console, and it was the only way to play games featuring their intellectual property. Holy shit, that would be their single biggest blunder.

But I digress: The NES Classic is "Nintendo" only in terms of IP. They're just buying electronics from various hardware manufacturers, gluing them together, installing an emulator, and slapping their logo on it. It's a fun product, but we all know it isn't going to last. And here's the thing: Nintendo surely gets a better deal on all this third-party hardware than you or I would, but only because they're placing massive bulk orders.

And that's the kicker, in my opinion. They might have sold a ton of NES Classic consoles, but the holiday season is over and the hype is sure to die soon. Say they placed an initial order for 500 million "Mali400MP2" GPUs to build all these cute little consoles, and they got a quote from the manufacturer saying it would cost 50 cents per unit. Good news: They recovered that 250 million cost by completely selling out! But they know the hype is going to die, and buying another 500 million seems like it might be overkill. Maybe they order 250 million. Except now that the order is smaller, the cost per unit has jumped up to 75 cents per unit (I am completely making these numbers up).

So it's a gamble that gets increasingly risky the longer you play. They already made a ton of money from the NES Classic, but as the hype dies, they'll have to make smaller orders and the cost per unit is going to increase. My guess is that they're still licking their wounds from what happened with the Wii. Those things sold shockingly well, until they woke up one morning and suddenly nobody wanted a Wii anymore. I bet that there was a very specific "oh shit" day at Nintendo HQ when they saw that Wii sales had plummeted while they had millions of optimistically-built units sitting in their warehouses.

To me, cancelling the NES Classic is a good example of "quit while you're ahead". I can't imagine how much the Wii is still burned into the memory of every executive at Nintendo. They built something so popular that it became a global social phenomenon, and then suddenly it just died, and they had their worst fiscal year in ages. Because they'd bought and assembled a bunch of Wiis that would never be sold.

I'll admit that this is way too long of a response to "WHY!?!?" but I do find it interesting. I'm only just starting to understand terms like "vertical integration" myself, but it does help to clarify why certain things are the way they are. Comparing Nintendo to Apple is very illuminating. Both companies have insane brand recognition, but they do business very differently. Ever since Steve Jobs died and Tim Cook became the CEO, people have been predicting the death of Apple. Instead, their stock price has more than doubled since the day he died. Jobs was the charismatic leader, but Cook is the king of the supply chain. He's pushed for vertical integration, and it's been working beautifully. Apple makes a crap product like the Watch? They just scale back production.

Because of vertical integration, Apple can fine-tune their manufacturing to such a precise degree that they'll keep selling Apple Watches right up until the last profitable watch is sold, even though it's clearly a failing product. On the other hand, Nintendo sells products that they don't build, so they have nowhere near the degree of granularity when it comes to predicting how their things will sell tomorrow. Neither company can predict the future, but Apple can change everything in a relative instant, while Nintendo has to make an educated guess about how the world is going to look 6 months down the line.

Also, I'm guessing the cancellation of the NES classic is going to conveniently correspond to a sudden influx of Classic NES games being sold for the Switch on the Nintendo eShop, along with various limited-edition consoles and themed peripherals. That being said, I fucking love Nintendo and hope I can die without seeing them go out of business. People who claim that the Switch is currently a $350 Zelda game are basically right, and I don't give a flying fuck. 100% worth it.

On a final note, if you wanted an NES Classic and couldn't get one or don't want to get price-gouged from a hoarder-reseller, I'd do this:

  1. Buy a Raspberry Pi 3
  2. Put it in an NES Case
  3. You could buy 2 USB NES Controllers for the price of a fancy sandwich, but why not class it up a bit and get some Bluetooth SNES Controllers? Also, if you have unused PS3 controllers laying around and don't mind the lack of authenticity, skip this step.
  4. Buy a microSD card (32 gb is massive overkill for NES ROMs, but if you bought nicer controllers then you'll probably find yourself wanting to try out some SNES/N64/Playstation games)
  5. Download lakka.tv and follow the very simple installation instructions.
  6. Get NES ROMs from the internet, they're almost easier to find than porn.

    Total cost (including the NES controllers and the microSD card) rounds up to $85. And a cheaper Pi will play NES games just fine, nor do you HAVE to buy the $20 NES-themed plastic case I just randomly found on Amazon. Plus you're not limited to the games that were included on the NES Classic, and once you get bored with playing 30 year-old games there are plenty of other things to do with a Pi... Like write unnecessarily long Reddit posts, which I've just finished doing!
u/OfficerNelson · 25 pointsr/legaladvice

This bears repeating for everyone: if you do not have a dash cam, get a dash cam. $45 + $13.

u/kuraix · 22 pointsr/buildapcsales

I'm afraid that's not really an offer. As TranQLizer said, they're going for $10 regularly.

This is an offer: SanDisk 32GB Micro SD + adapter at 80MB/s, $7.99.


As u/Dangerosity mentioned the seller has iffy ratings, it's sketchy as FUCK.

I recommend this one: Samsung EVO 32GB Micro SD + adapter at 48MB/s, $9.00

DO NOTE that the cheapest seller on this one is again that sketchy as fuck company, but if you go to the second cheapest seller you'll find one with great ratings.

PS: This second recommendation has slower transfer rate, 48MB/s instead of 80MB/s, but as far as I know it's unnoticeable in mooost applications. In my case I want it for my 3DS and there's virtually no difference according to my findings. If you need the faster one just get the first recommendation from a more reputable seller.

u/EpiclyEpicEthan1 · 14 pointsr/homelab

Raspberry Pi 3

Raspberry Pi Clear Case

32GB MicroSD Card

Netatmo Weather Station

Wind Gauge

Rain Gauge

Rain/Wind Gauge mounts

3 Way HDMI Switch

1FT HDMI Cable

Wifi Adapter

Everything is attached to the back of the television with some double sided sticky paper things i had lying around. Anything will probably work.

The USB wall outlet is one that delivers 3.1A at 5V that we bought from our local hardware store.

The server that the software runs on is a poweredge r710 with dual x5670s and 64GB of ram. Of course, this isnt all it does, but it is one of the many things i host on it. :)

If you'd like, i can post the scripts i wrote for it as well.

u/Crazy_Dragon · 13 pointsr/minines

You could use a tutorial here. It is a lot easier to do than it seems. I will tell you, you need a keyboard, Raspberry Pi 3, and an SD Card. Once you get that, here is where you can download it.. Then, just follow the instructions on Instructable. You really do not have to pay someone, it is a lot easier than it seems. If you want, you can even get a retro case (or normal one like I did) and get a retro controller. PM me if you need more help (I won't charge you if you need help, it is really easy)!

Edit: Ill do yo a bigger favor. Here are the things you will need

Raspberry Pi 3

Raspberry Pi 3 Charger Kit. A powerful phone charger or micro usb adapter should work, but someone can let me know if I am wrong.

SD Card Raspberry Pi 3

Keyboard, though, you probably have one of these at home

Retro Controller, not required, but recommended

You will need at least an 8 GB SD Card, but I recommend 32 GB

u/Snoopy31195 · 12 pointsr/3DSdeals

Anyone interested in this may want to look at this first: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B010Q57T02/

SanDisk 32GB class 10 for $10.59 and prime free shipping.

u/cpqq · 6 pointsr/wyzecam

SanDisk Ultra 32GB. If it works in your cam and records properly, you shouldn't have an issue.

I had an issue where various Transcend cards of mine wouldn't show up, would record a few minutes, etc.. This card worked fine in the cam, so I kept constant with the models as I scaled out.

Use Xiaomi Dafang Hacks as that repo is updated within the last 3 days, OpenIPC a few months, and that's what it was based on.

Format the card to FAT32. Make sure to do that. NTFS, etc. will not work.

Once formatted, clear the lot, and download the demo.bin.

Direct Download: https://github.com/EliasKotlyar/Xiaomi-Dafang-Hacks/raw/master/hacks/cfw/wyzecam_v2/cfw-1.1.bin

Rename that to 'demo.bin' and have NOTHING ELSE ON THE CARD. FAT32 + demo.bin by itself.

Insert card into camera with demo.bin. Hold setup before giving it USB power. Keep holding it. Plug it back in. Keep holding setup for 10 seconds after so it flashes.

After 2-3 minutes it'll reflash with an older stock firmware that will allow you to do step 2. Wait 3-5 minutes, and power down the camera.

Re-insert the card to the PC / Mac, and copy the full contents of firmware_mod to the SD card after editing /config/wpa_supplicant.conf.dist to include your SSID (wifi name) and PSK (password).

Make sure to rename it also to wpa_supplicant.conf.

After copying, make sure it's not within a folder on the SD card, but populates the root folder.

Re-insert the card, no need to press any buttons, turn on the CAM and you should find the camera on your network and can login to the interface as https://IP

Full Instructions

It's working great, pushing 430-450KB/s at 20-50% CPU and around 48MB used. Turned off audio and motion tracking to give the CPU a break.

Now I love this camera.

u/Slippery_Slug · 6 pointsr/buildapcsales

Well the other day Rasberry Pi 3 Model B was $28 w/ free Shipping so:

Raspberry Pi- $28

32GB SD card- $13

2.5A Power Supply- $10

Heatsinks- $5

Case- $8

HDMI Cable- $7


Total- $ 71

I'd say it's an okay deal. I'd rather buy it bundled anyway, just so it all arrives at once.

u/sobusyimbored · 5 pointsr/raspberry_pi

You are really overestimating prices for most of that.

u/seifer93 · 4 pointsr/PSP

I have 32 GB and I found myself playing maybe 2 or 3 games at any given time.

SD cards are cheap enough though that there's little point to getting a tiny SD card and having to pull your card in and out every time you want to play something different.

Smaller cards are also ridiculously expensive for what you're getting. A 32 GB Sandisk costs $10.59 or $0.33/GB. An 8 GB Sandisk costs $7.08 or $0.88/GB. You're paying 50% more for a 300% increase in capacity. It's a no brainer.

u/disappointer · 3 pointsr/Portland

I built one earlier this year (and another for a friend):

  • Pi3, $37
  • case, $6
  • power supply, $10
  • microSD card, $10

    So for about $60, you have the hardware. Assembly is easy. The software part is relatively trivial:

  • Download ROMs
  • Download disk image for RetroPi
  • Install the image (download a tool to help) onto the SD card (may need a USB adapter)
  • Upload the ROMs on to the image
  • Plug it in to your TV

    It works with a wide array of controllers. I use my PS4 controllers with it and it works like a champ.
u/confterm · 3 pointsr/PSP

I just bought the following for my PSP 3000:

SD Card

Got them based on multiple Amazon reviews of people verifying that the combo works with the PSP 3000. I can update later to say if there were any problems if that will help you with your search.

u/RoseOfSharonCassidy · 3 pointsr/Miami

I use this one.

The other poster is wrong about there being no such thing as a high endurance SD card. The dashcam manual specifies that you must use a "class 10" MicroSD. This MicroSD is class 2 and would likely fail after six months to a year (and given my luck, it would fail 15 minutes before I was in an accident, haha).

If you check /r/dashcam there is some good discussion there about what MicroSD cards are appropriate and what cams are best.

u/sumwhatkiller · 3 pointsr/raspberry_pi

Here's a charger for 3.99

You're spending too much on your hdmi cables, unless you're running 4K or need your Raspberry Pi for FPS games, then a dollar store one should be fine. Even some of those support 4K 60hz (hdmi 2.0)
Here's one for 1.50

As for the micro SD card, I would say you wouldn't need nearly that much space and MicroSD cards are getting much cheaper. Pi can only play old games which won't take up much room anyway. 16gb is plenty.
Or this one

So all in after the $35 pi, which if you're getting one of the older versions would be cheaper, it'll cost you just under 50 USD and you get the fun of building it.

u/godblesssloots · 2 pointsr/CalamariRaceTeam

This one. $12, 32gigs, 80mbps. Just remember, before you use it, go to settings, scroll all the way down, and hit "format memory card".

But I would try formatting your card first before spending the money.

u/kiiingbob · 2 pointsr/3DS

I'm getting a New 3DS XL for X-mas so I was in the same boat as you, on google/reddit/amazon/youtube I was looking to see what I should get. Here's what I ultimately decided on:

u/hairysmoothie148 · 2 pointsr/3Dprinting

The parts I ordered were:
Raspberry Pi 3 - $35.97
PiTFT Plus 480x320 3.5" - $38.91
Sandisk Ultra 32GB - $13.95
Total: $88.83

I'll be hardwiring it using an Ethernet cable even though the Raspberry Pi 3 comes wifi enabled.

If you were to get the OctoPi Kit it would cost about $155.36 and wouldn't even come with a touch screen.

u/Magillif · 2 pointsr/3DS


This is the SD card that I got. It is 32 GB. For the price difference between 16 and 32 (~$4), I thought 32 was worth it. I did not have to reformat it or anything. It was great. No problems thus far.

If you're interested, I have 13 GB left and have installed:

  • Monster Hunter Gen
  • Paper Jam
  • ACNL
  • Fire Emblem Awakening
  • Fantasy Life
  • Rune Factory 4
  • Mario Kart 7
  • Bravely Default (and Second)
  • Story of Seasons
  • Harvest Moon: A New Beginning
  • Pokemon Y
  • Happy Home Designers
  • Random stuff that doesn't consume much data (pushmo, SNES converts, pocket jockey, etc.)

    For 10-20 games, I'm inclined to say you might be more satisfied with a 32 GB SD. Hope that helps! Happy gaming :)
u/edinc90 · 2 pointsr/videography

I'm going to assume you have the camera, a battery, and a housing.

You'll need a suction cup mount, and a micro SD card, class 10 or higher. The Hero4 supports up to 128 GB. The Hero3 is 64 GB, and the Hero supports up to 32 GB.

The capacity will be determined by how much footage you want to record. At 1080 30 fps you will get just under 3 hrs of record time on a 64 GB card.

u/Pr3no · 2 pointsr/Xiaomi

It depends on which Samsung ones and which Sandisk ones are you talking about.

I'm looking at the prices on Amazon, a 32 GB EVO Select from Samsung is $10, while a 32 GB Sandisk Ultra is $15, and both of them claim the same "up to 80 MB/s transfer speed", but I'm sure that's just the read speed and write speeds might be better on the Sandisk, hence why it's more expensive, but I haven't checked so I'm not sure.

I haven't heard of Samsung's Evo Select line before, judging from the price I assume it's a cheaper and worse performing line than the Evo, but you can also buy a 32 GB Samsung Evo+ for $15, so Samsung microSD's aren't more expensive.

u/ben8jam · 2 pointsr/raspberry_pi

If you buy individually you save a few dollars. I already had an HDMI cable, so didn't need to buy one. Also the micro-SD card comes with a adapter to full size SD card, so don't need the USB converter (unless you don't have an SD card reader), plus you get a brand name card. My kit was only 39.99, looks like price up $3, so it might go back down to 39.99 again.

Comes out to $66.50 (and less if you don't need an HDMI cable).

Pi + Power cable

32gb card

Clear case

HDMI if you need one

u/downhillcarver · 2 pointsr/MyLittleMotorhead

Here ya go bro!

And you'll need one of these to go with it.


  • automatically turns on/off with your car (as long as your power outlet turns off with your car).
  • records in 10 minute segments, deletes the oldest segment when card fills up.
  • G force sensor will automatically lock the current segment against deletion if it senses a crash (adjustable G force level).
  • 140 degree view means you can see cars that are alongside your hood.
  • suction cup actually works! It hadn't fallen off once in four months!

  • not true 1080p, it records in 720p then upscales it to 1080p. Video is still clear enough for liability reasons and sharing stupid stuff like this, but if you're gonna film your next track day you may be slightly disappointed with quality.
  • directions are in pretty bad engrish, if you get directions at all. I still haven't figured out how to change the time stamp.

  • it claims to have infrared night vision, but I honestly can't see any real improvement over my Contour helmetcam which doesn't have IR. There's a chance it needs to be turned on but I haven't figured it out yet due to Engrish instructions.
  • decent sound pickup, but it can be overwhelmed if you listen to bass heavy music. This is partially because the area between your dashboard and your windshield likes to trap the bass.

    All in all, I'm happy with my purchase, though I only paid $50 for it. I'm planning to buy another one to point backwards at some point in the future. I also plan to hard wire them into my truck so that I don't have ugly cigarette plugs in every power port of my truck.

    I do wish I could mount it up higher on my windshield, but my windshield has a bunch of dots along the top for aesthetic and sun blockage, and the suction cup won't stick over those dots :/
u/tapdancingwhale · 2 pointsr/Piracy

Ah, I see. Then you might want to get one of these. I got the exact same one from this seller (nds-card.com) and it works wonderfully on my DS Lite and DSi. Simply add the card firmware & your games to a FAT32-formatted memory card and play.

You'll also want to get one of these as well; a Micro SD card. I have a 32GB in mine, and I'm able to hold roughly 106 300MB-sized games.

u/5k3k73k · 2 pointsr/3Dprinting

ROBO 3D R1+ $799

Raspberry Pi 2 $38

WiFi adapter $10

Color touchscreen + case $50

Power supply $10

32GB SD Card $13

OctoPrint $0

Large build volume, heated glass bed, self leveling, wireless 3D printer $920

u/waka_flocculonodular · 2 pointsr/linuxadmin

The last thing you are allowed to do is give up! :) Give up when the world burns, but never before.

SanDisk Ultra is my go-to for Raspberry Pis.

u/VoomPeng · 2 pointsr/RetroPie

I looked up Pitendo and my god is that a ripoff, there's maybe 60 bucks worth of things there. Here, look:



And whichever one of these you want https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=usb+controller

Is all you need, and you can honestly go for a Pi 2 Model B if you want to, and a smaller sd card maybe. Everything but the most demanding Dreamcast and N64 games work great on a 2, and N64 hardly works regardless of the model.

Honestly it's not a difficult set up, at least in my opinion. There's some troubleshooting you can do if you try and work out some more advanced things, but the basic set up is a breeze.

All you do is download the RetroPie image from the site, download Win32DiskImager, and write it to the card. It takes about 30 seconds to set up and maybe 3 clicks total.

After that, you put the microsd card into the pi, plug in your controllers, boot it up, follow the on screen controller config, and you're good to go.

Adding roms is as easy as putting in \\Retropie into any explorer window on you computer, if the pi is on your network, and dropping them into the console's folder. Everything else should be auto-configured and require little to no work on your end.

u/EventuallyGreat · 2 pointsr/3DS

I'd recommend getting an SD card with a faster read/write speed.
A class 4 SD card will give you longer load times.
You might have probably ordered the one you posted already, but I thought I should share this anyway.

It's a UHS I Micro SD card with an adapter for a regular SD Card slot. [Link: Amazon]

I used the same one with the adapter in my original 3DS and I have the same one in my N3DSXL right now. (albeit without the adapter) The faster speed does make a difference in load times and loading up games.

u/imfrankthomas · 1 pointr/RicohTheta

I just did this with my camera. I used a 32gb SanDisc micro sd I got off Amazon (https://amzn.com/B010Q57T02) it worked as soon as I turned it on. I now can shoot 3 hours of video at 1080p. Finally I can go on an adventure and not need to worry about running out of memory. Best $8 I've ever spent!

u/Slinky64 · 1 pointr/Gameboy

Retrogate is one of the official resellers. Since /u/ChipOTron already posted the relevant links, I'll also recommend that you buy a good quality SD card. The best choice (and the ones I personally use) would be a SanDisk Ultra brand, Class 10 or better. Don't buy a cheap $5 Chinese card.

u/xXEduardo06spXx · 1 pointr/MotoX

I got this one, I believe. Pretty good since I only use it for picture storage. I got it for Marshmallow so I can use it as internal storage.

u/2percent_wilk · 1 pointr/3DS

I use this card in my N3DS XL and have never had a problem with it.

The easiest way to transfer everything to the new card, if you're able to do it, would be to copy everything from your old SD card to your PC and then from your PC to the new SD card.

u/Finaldeath · 1 pointr/3DS

This is the one i got and it worked great right out of the box.


You could get a larger one but cards larger than 32gb use a different format out of the box so it requires reformating it before trying to use it in the 3ds.

u/1thUponATime · 1 pointr/RetroPie

So basically I got boned for ordering THIS?

u/pterencephalon · 1 pointr/GalaxyS8

I think that might be an older model? My go-to SD cards are these, which advertise 80 Mb/s. We use them for everything at work.

I don't think it would be fast enough to record more than full HD video, but I think it would be fine for photo storage. I use the non-micro SD version in my DSLR.

u/tomkatt · 1 pointr/theNvidiaShield

Sandisk 32 GB UHD-1 (equivalent or better class 10).

This one specifically.

u/BrainSlugs83 · 1 pointr/windows10iot

The cards I have aren't fake, I've tested them using FakeFlashTest. (And lots of cheap "deals" on various websites totally are fake cards, including some of the amazon ships; I've been burned a few times in the past, so I always check new cards now.)

The card I'm currently using is a multi-colored one like you mention, it's one I've used in a lot of other devices with great success. -- So I'm pretty sure it's not the card itself being "bad". -- Specifically, it's this card, sold directly by amazon, and not one of their member-run shops: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B010Q57T02/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

My thought is actually that maybe the UHS driver in Windows 10 IoT isn't compatible with all manufacturer's implementations, so that's why I was wondering about the specific card you bought.

If you can find a good amazon link for the cards you have, I'd be grateful.

u/KittenDecimation · 1 pointr/galaxynote4

I can't be much help in that department. I've never experienced any GPS issues. I have the N910T3 model. But, this is the micro SD card that I've had in my phone for awhile. https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B010Q57T02/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1467993399&sr=8-1&pi=SX200_QL40&keywords=micro+sd+card+32gb&dpPl=1&dpID=41f7MricNhL&ref=plSrch

I've used this brand in my phone since my s3 and haven't ever had issues :)

u/HolyCrapImAHippo · 1 pointr/3DS

I just bought a new microsd card to expand my storage without checking if it's compatible. I assume any microsd card up to 32gb will work fine (without having to format it to FAT32). But does anyone know for sure that the one I bought will work?: https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B010Q57T02/ref=oh_aui_i_sh_pre_o0_img?ie=UTF8&psc=1

u/QuantumRanger · 1 pointr/flashcarts

I don't know of any EU since I'm NA but you would want this card. It's cheap and 32gb

u/Naelavok · 1 pointr/gaming

Separately, though the power supply was from CanaKit. I didn't measure the temperature when running N64 games though. It seemed to be doing okay.

To be specific, I got this case, and this motherboard, and this power supply, and this SD card.

The heatsinks are pretty cheap though. $5 for a set of 3.

u/trygame901 · 1 pointr/raspberry_pi

Here's a list of things I got for my Pi

Sandisk 32GB SD

Samsung 2 Amp USB Power

Amazon Mini HDMI to HDMI Cable


USB Wifi

Wireless Keyboard with touchpad

Optional stuff...

Adafruit Pi protector

Electronics Starter Kit If you want to get into using the GPIO you have to solder a connector on the board, I used this one

Here's a picture of my setup I posted in another thread http://imgur.com/EqY5gD0

u/techystuff1 · 1 pointr/3dshacks

I'm searching for an SD card to start hacking but I'm afraid of fakes or ones that the 3DS won't accept/can't be formatted to FAT32, I'm looking at this right now but can anyone vouch for it or recommend me a known SD card?

u/ZBuster · 1 pointr/SKY3DS

Thanks man. Would this be the best type of SD card?


I keep reading it's better to get 16/32 G version of this because too many games makes scrolling annoying.

u/TheHolyCabbage · 1 pointr/gameswap

You can get a 32 gb on amazon right now for 10 bucks. I usually just price match that at stores so i dont have to wait for shipping

u/aj3x · 1 pointr/3DS

This one or this one The first one should be just fine. If you have a 2ds, then an adapter is required I think.

u/Oh_Herro_ · 1 pointr/3Dprinting

Raspberry Pi 3

Raspberry Pi Camera Module V2

5V 2.5A Power Supply so you have enough power to run the Pi and camera.

Micro SD card for uploading the Octoprint image and storing files.

Beyond that the only other things you may need (and are recommended) are a mouse, keyboard, a mini HDMI to HDMI cable or adapter, and a monitor to plug it into (TV with HDMI works). These will come in handy if you need to troubleshoot things or want to do other things with your Pi.

EDIT - oh yeah you'll also need to add a micro USB to USB cable or adapter to plug the Pi into the printer's controller.

u/PoorSpanaway · 1 pointr/RetroPie

Yeah, I think that building your own is the way to go. It's not really that hard to do if you can follow instructions and can write an image to a micro sd. I recently put one together and you can get away with spending around $100 for a great setup. This was my parts list:

SNES wired controllers x 2 ($16.00 ea):

The case ($27.99) : https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07872ZDCS/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Memory card 32 GB ($11.99): https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B010Q57T02/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Raspberry Pi 3 Model B ($34.81): https://www.amazon.com/Raspberry-Pi-RASPBERRYPI3-MODB-1GB-Model-Motherboard/dp/B01CD5VC92/ref=sr_1_3?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1521482606&sr=1-3&keywords=raspberry+pi+3

And then these optional luxury controllers - Wireless controllers x 2 ($47.16 ea): https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B071SM6TDN/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

u/LizardKahn · 1 pointr/3DS

you may wanna look into buying a larger SD Card (most micro SD cards come with an SD adaptor, that's what i did for my 3ds. [How To Do it] (http://www.ign.com/wikis/nintendo-3ds/Moving_3DS_SD_Card_Data) for how to do it, [Micro SD Card] (https://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-microSDHC-Standard-Packaging-SDSQUNC-032G-GN6MA/dp/B010Q57T02/ref=sr_1_1?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1478364569&sr=1-1&keywords=32+gb+micro+sd+card) for the memory card i got. i saw a few SD card readers, but i have no suggestion on those, just something that would you allow you to copy your current 3DS Card to your new 3DS card

u/aconite33 · 1 pointr/DIY

Here is the full write up if you want to read more:


My doorbell broke, didn't want to fix it with some cheap replacement decided to replace it, so I did it with a raspberry pi.

Things you will need:

u/terminalzero · 1 pointr/Kanye

Sorry man, easter.

Here is a dece kit that comes with the raspberry, a power supply, and a case.

SD card for it

SD card reader if you don't have a micro sd slot on your pc/laptop

USB controller of choice - I like my xboxone plugged in with usb (haven't gotten bluetooth to work) but if you want a rec on a cheap one let me know.

Retropie getting started guide

edit: I already had psus, sd cards etc, and got some cheaper stuff in bulk but the kit etc makes it a little easier on you. coolrom.com and emuparadise.me are reasonably trustworthy for roms.

u/SegFaultX · 1 pointr/MobiusFF

The SD issue is more of the phone restricting the bandwidth of the sd card I believe. This is the sd card I have:
https://www.amazon.ca/SanDisk-microSDHC-Standard-Packaging-SDSQUNC-032G-GN6MA/dp/B010Q57T02/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1492896433&sr=8-1&keywords=sandisk+micro+sd+32gb. It has 80MBps read speed, which should be more then enough to read FF mobius. Even if the game is 1.6gb at 80MBps that's 20 sec.

u/hellocappa · 1 pointr/3dshacks

Ok so it's a pretty stupid and quick question, but instead of buying the pre-put in microsd with the r4i Gold 3ds wood r4i, could i just buy a sdhc micro sd seperately? I was looking at buying this https://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-microSDHC-Standard-Packaging-SDSQUNC-032G-GN6MA/dp/B010Q57T02/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1498961989&sr=8-3&keywords=micro+sd+sdhc but i'm not entirely sure. Also, here is the flashcart i was looking to purchase http://www.dsflashcart.com/r4i-gold-3ds-wood-r4i-3ds-flashcard-for-ds-dsi-3ds-p-248.html?zenid=pkl6mgtioshcrrbtq1aqu70961

u/ScreamingVulcan · 1 pointr/motorcycles

That's what it sounds like. According to Whikipedia the SDHC cards have a higher BUS speed.
I believe I ended up with this SanDisk.

u/wizardgand · 1 pointr/EmulationOnAndroid

[Rasberry pi, heat sinks, Power Supply, Case] (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01C6EQNNK/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1)

Memory Card 32GB

Total is $63 . Then you can find a bluetooth controller or a wired USB one like this 2-pack for $13

So in total your spending close to $73. But unlike the NES Mini this will play Atari, Gameboy COlor, Gameboy Advance, Sega, Snes, PS1, N64(results vary). If you want more PS1 and N64, maybe look into a bigger SD card. If you want SNES and below the 32GB is more than enough.

ALso Retropie has some cool ports build right into the OS you can install very easly.

  • Super Mario War (Check this out. It's replaced Smash Bros with my friends)

  • Cave Story

  • Doom

  • Quake

  • Duke Nukem.
u/marinom97 · 1 pointr/DIY


I got the two-way mirror from a glass company called Academy Glass.

You can find boards of wood from most hardware stores, such as Home Depot.

The wood glue, stain, varnish caulking, screws, and nails were purchased from my local RONA.

The television was a used television.

The Raspberry Pi, micro-SD card, and Raspberry Pi Case were all purchased off of Amazon.

My dad already had the tools I needed, but you can rent these from some hardware stores if you need them.

u/CptnBlue · 1 pointr/Filmmakers

I was JUST researching micro SD cards for the Nintendo Switch and saw a customer review on Amazon that said the same thing happened their SanDisk card while in the SD adapter.

SanDisk Ultra 32GB microSDHC

I can't link to the review, but it was posted September 1, 2016, by someone named J. Fincher. A SanDisk representative posted a reply to their review.

I'm not sure if there's a way to confirm the authenticity of your card, but it seems like you aren't alone.

u/Genxus · 1 pointr/3DSdeals

Its a good game, and even if you decide not to buy this one now, extremely high chances it will go on sale again in the near future, its an atlus game afterall.

Also you can buy a bigger sd card and transfer with system transfer easily: http://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-microSDHC-Standard-Packaging-SDSQUNC-032G-GN6MA/dp/B010Q57T02/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1458691819&sr=8-2&keywords=sandisk+32gb

u/stratoscope · 1 pointr/galaxynote4

I second The_Big_Elf's recommendations. Also you should probably get at least a 32GB card. You will be surprised how little the price varies between 8-16-32 and even 64GB. For example, here are current prices for SanDisk Ultra Class 10 cards sold directly by Amazon in the US (not by third-party sellers):

16GB for $9.99

32GB for $13.27

64GB for $21.99

You will see a list of all the sizes near the top of the page so you can easily compare.

u/akeezer · 1 pointr/NoStupidQuestions

Not sure what you mean by so bad? Traditionally, the standard was 720p - which is admittedly bad. I do agree with most peoples storage comments (whether online or SD related).

Many new cameras offer 1080p or 4k that perform very well, even at night. 1080p cameras as twice as accurate and twice as better as 720p cameras because they have twice the resolution. Apply similar math to a 4k camera and it's increasingly better overall than 4k. Again, "better" video does equate to a need in increased storage capacity. Wyze has a 1080p camera for about $40 which accepts a micro SD card for extra storage. For anyone saying storage is not cheap, it's less than $10 for a 32GB microSD card, $15 for a 64GB and $20 for 128GB. That is pretty cheap in my opinion.

u/HoneySmaks · 1 pointr/raspberry_pi

There are some good sales on Amazon right now

SanDisk Ultra 32GB microSDHC UHS-I Card with Adapter, Grey/Red, Standard Packaging (SDSQUNC-032G-GN6MA) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B010Q57T02/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_KADDAbZE6P2S3

u/vipertongn · 1 pointr/PSP

how did you increase the memory to 256gb?

Lol i actually found one of your threads on it. I'm curious when people say to format it, but am finding some posts stating you shouldn't format the sd cards on their own. I noticed someone said it's better to format the disks on their own because the psp will tremendously limit the amount of space you'll get. So how should I format it? And what to? are there any particular microsd cards I should purchase?


I found this explanation, let me know if it's missing anything:

Would this work:


and with this (I actually found like a couple unopened boxes laying around in the house but I'm unsure if psp's require certain sd cards or not):


Finally...which cfw should I get? the latest 6.61? I ended up getting a psp 2000 for free from a friend

u/linkandluke · 1 pointr/3dshacks

I have finished installing the arm9loaderHax and upgraded back to 11.

I am thinking about getting a larger micro SD card from amazon. Here are the 2 I am considering 1 - 2

Are there any size/speed concerns I should have?

What will I need to do to make sure the micoSD is ready for my 3ds? Will I need to format it specially? I remember during the hacking process needing to format the SC card a few times, but I think the whole thing is back to nothing special by the end of the hacking guide.

u/ggKevin · 1 pointr/HTC10

This and this are both amazing cards. I use the 64GB Sandisk, myself.

u/rphillips · 1 pointr/3DS

You will need a microsdhc card. I just bought this one and it worked great! It is also around 10 bucks. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B010Q57T02/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_-5VLxb4SF1T37

u/belittleme · 1 pointr/techsupport

Not that I'm aware of.

They are rather inexpensive though.

Just so you know though, I wouldn't put any apps on the SD card that are even semi-performance heavy. Actual internal memory is much faster to read/write to than a SD card.

SD card is to floppy drive as internal memory is hard drive.

u/Bloshi · 1 pointr/PSP


Whoops! There's the real link. I was also wondering if I should buy a new adapter since my current one has a crack however the crack shouldn't matter that much right?

u/Tech0verlord · 1 pointr/MonsterHunter

The 4gb card is enough for MHgen, but if you plan on downloading a digital game in the future, you may want to get a bigger SD card. I went with a 32GB one and have never had any problems with space, and I've got several games on it at once.at one point I had about 5 or 6 big games and had more than enough space still left to share. I went with this card. Cheap, fast, and a big name brand as well:


u/yac_attack · 1 pointr/kodi

Here's a kit that includes a raspberry pi, a case, a power supply and heatsinks: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01C6EQNNK

In addition to that, you'll also need a microSD card for the OS. The size depends on how much data you intend to store on it, but 32GB is a good start: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B010Q57T02

Once you have the microSD card, you'll want to download LibreELEC: https://libreelec.tv/download-temp (grab the "RPi2 and RPi3 Build" image from the "New install" section)

And then write it to the microSD card: https://wiki.libreelec.tv/index.php?title=Installing_LibreELEC_on_the_RPi

u/Telespentry · 0 pointsr/SKY3DS

get a class 10/uhs 1 card or a uhs 3 (not needed)

This is the best at only $12.