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Reddit reviews on Sony 32GB SDHC Class 10 UHS-1 R40 Memory Card (SF32UY/TQMN) (OLD MODEL)

Sentiment score: 12
Reddit mentions: 41

We found 41 Reddit mentions of Sony 32GB SDHC Class 10 UHS-1 R40 Memory Card (SF32UY/TQMN) (OLD MODEL). Here are the top ones.

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Found 41 comments on Sony 32GB SDHC Class 10 UHS-1 R40 Memory Card (SF32UY/TQMN) (OLD MODEL):

u/Rope_And_Chair · 11 pointsr/3DS

The "sale" is the same price at amazon for those interested

u/The_wise_taco · 8 pointsr/smashbros

I recommend for those that are worried about space to order this

u/Sw87 · 7 pointsr/3DS

The size shouldn't have as much an impact in loading times as the read/write speed. Class 10 being the highest in most cases, in which even these have various speeds. Faster is usually more expensive but not so much that you should worry.

This one seems to be a nice for the price.

Speed Demo This is not the card suggested above, just showing class difference

Hope this helps! :]

u/KatsumeBlisk · 6 pointsr/3DS

I paid $26, but the card I got is now only $18. I haven't had any issues with it, and I've had it since October.

u/Leamans · 5 pointsr/3DS

Amazon is currently having a sale on all Sony class 10 memory cards. I don't think you can go wrong with Sony, since they make so many electronics that use their own memory cards.

http://www.amazon.com/Sony-Class-Memory-SF32UY-TQMN/dp/B00B7ID99I

$19 for 32GB isn't too bad at all.

By the way, you can get 64GB working, you just have to format it into FAT32. 64GB cards come in exFAT formats by default (I haven't actually done this).

u/SoggyDonuts · 5 pointsr/3DS

UHS stands for Ultra high speed, which means that it transfers faster than normal cards. The only problem is, that the 3ds can't utilize UHS, so you only get class 10 speeds. It would back up faster on your computer than a normal one though but you wouldn't get the crazy fast read speeds on your 3ds.

I would suggest this one over yours:

http://www.amazon.com/Sony-Class-Memory-SF32UY-TQMN/dp/B00B7ID99I/ref=pd_cp_e_3

It's the same capacity, and it's UHS so your backups will be faster, and it's almost half the price of that one.

u/Void19 · 3 pointsr/3DS

I saw someone do a breakdown of a bunch of cards and out of those I ended up getting this one and it's been awesome. Super fast. No complaints.

u/WhereIsWaldoAt · 2 pointsr/3DS

I bought like last week I think. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00B7ID99I/ref=oh_details_o01_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

It's incredible, nothing better than seeing you have over 230,000 blocks open.

u/tangyteng · 2 pointsr/3DS

32gb class 10 works perfectly and is faster.
This is the best deal

most games are about 1gb,
Memory is so cheap nowadays that you can afford to get the best.

u/Ceronn · 2 pointsr/3DS

This line of SD cards is commonly recommended: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00B7ID99I

3DS downloads typically fall between .5 and 2 GB, so buy according to the number of digital games you think you will purchase.

u/twentyzeroten · 2 pointsr/3DS

I like this one from Sony, class 10, rated at 40 MB/s, and a few bucks cheaper.
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00B7ID99I

u/Stalfo14 · 2 pointsr/3DS

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00B7ID99I/ref=oh_details_o01_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

this is the one I bought, figured I'd literally never need to worry about it again lol. Yeah I really liked the Yoshi XL, I love that green. But would have spent about $30 more dollars after tax and didn't come with a game so M&L is a good second choice :)

u/B0NEMERANG · 2 pointsr/3DS

I just got this one last week. Worked like a charm! Just make sure you read Nintendo's guides for transferring and formatting the card.

Also my 3DS did give me a "no SD card inserted" error the first two times I turned it on, but now it's been pErFeCt ever since.

u/ejackso1 · 2 pointsr/3DS

It's been said already, but the lack of great games, and the proprietary memory card are the two main downfalls of the Vita. I actually think they could get away with the high pricetag of the console if not for those two issues.

The memory card issue baffles me, because the Playstation 3 was so great about not being proprietary in any way. It had a standard HDMI output right at launch. It used a standard USB cable for connecting and charging controllers. It used standard bluetooth headsets for voice communication. Even their DSLR cameras give you the option of using a Sony memory card, OR a standard SDHC card.Then on the Vita they decide to go and restrict it to only their overpriced proprietary memory cards.

and the memory card is an even bigger issue when you consider the lack of great Vita exclusive games. Aside from Persona 4 Golden, I wouldn't be interested in playing much on the Vita besides Playstation Network games such as PS1 classics. The memory cards being so overpriced is a barrier keeping people from buying a Vita and loading a memory card up with an entire collection of their favorite Playstation Network games.

It's so ironic, because I always see people here on /r/3DS recommending the Sony 32GB Class 10 SDHC memory card (a mere ~$20) for use in the 3DS to buy and download a ton of eShop games. Sony is directly limiting the amount of PSN games they sell to Vita owners by price gouging the memory cards for their own console...and at the very same time producing a product that allows their main competitor to sell more digitally distributed software for a competing product.

u/jbigboote · 2 pointsr/3DS

turn off your 3DS. remove the SD card. Connect it to your computer. navigate to the card, and select everything. copy and paste (or click and drag) the contents to someplace on your computer. SAFELY eject and remove the card, and put it someplace safe. Connect your new card to your computer. select the contents of the old card, and copy/paste (or click and drag) the contents to your new card. once the copy is finished, again, safely eject and remove the new card from your computer. put it in your 3DS. power it on. verify everything is there. if it is, awesome, you are good to go. if it is not, turn off your 3DS, remove the new bigger card, and put the old smaller card back in, and verify it is still good. Hopefully it is, and you can commence additional troubleshooting.

as for which card to get, 32GB is probably the sweet spot for value right now. here is a name brand 32GB SD card sold by a reputable seller for under $21 delivered. There are definitely cheaper options out there, but unless you are prepared to test the heck out a new card before using it, it's easier to just spend a little extra for known quality.

u/hur_hur_boobs · 2 pointsr/3DS

Did you try formatting your SD card with a formatter specifically for SD cards?

This is a really good li'l program that might fix most issues. If even that doesn't work, I think you might have to face the fact that you got a faulty product. Shit happens. Return it and try again with another. Seriously tho, pay the 6 bucks more to get a decent 32 gigs card. I'm sure it'll pay off in the long run.

u/dnask8 · 1 pointr/LosAngeles

This is the cam, the reviews weren't great and I took a gamble but I am happy with it. Came with a mini usb cable, a car charger cable and the whole window mount. Totally worth the dough:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0053DDNW6/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Here is the card. I got a class 10 so the write speed would for sure be capable of the 1080p.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00B7ID99I/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I tried to run the cam at 720 but it looked fuzzy so I bumped it up to 1080p. I have it set to do 5 minute segments the whole time and each file is usually right around 1GB each. When plugged into a cig lighter that only has power when the car is on the cam starts itself and starts recording when it gets power and goes until you shut it off/loses power. I just set it and forget style on my window and pull the card when I see something interesting along the drive to save. It just overwrites the oldest files if you don't do anything with them.

u/osux · 1 pointr/photography

I use this:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000YZGCIU/ref=oh_details_o02_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

with

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00B7ID99I/ref=oh_details_o01_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

and it works perfectly. I shoot video/weddings with it and havent come across a buffer issue. The only issue I did come across was using a mucro sd/sd adapter/sd to cf adapter and the buffer was unbearable.

I originally bought this set up hopefully to work around the bent pins in my 5dmarkII. this set up didn't make it worse or better, since you still need to take it out of the CF slot completely.

Why is this my main set up now?

32GB cards are about 20 bucks compared to the high price of a 16GB CF card. 16 GB I can maybe shoot 500 photos on RAW, when in 32 I can easily double that. I don't need to depend on a card reader as well.

u/mejjos · 1 pointr/3DS

I have a 32gb, got it sometime last year on Amazon. It's this one.

u/hyperactiveblackenin · 1 pointr/3DS

If you just got your 3DS I would wait before upgrading. Only some of the newer retail downloads really take up space, most of the small eshop or Virtual Console games and other data take up small amounts of blocks.

Animal Crossing is on the small side at 6,000 blocks while at the other end is Donkey Kong Country Returns 17,693 blocks and Resident Evil Revelations 25,795 blocks. 1GB is around 8,000 blocks.

I'm not sure about the Scandisk Extemes but a few people had problems getting their ultra cards to work. If you are looking for a good cheap card this sony card is $24.

Also keep in mind a 32GB card is actually 29.8GB and a 16GB card is 14.9GB.

u/silicon_reverie · 1 pointr/PickAnAndroidForMe

Verizon is the real kicker here, as they typically don't play well with others (refusing to whitelist devices they can't control) and thus manufacturers don't have a reason to make "universal" CDMA & GSM devices with all the requisite radios. Even the Nexus 5 that can cross over to Sprint won't go near Big Red. Your proposed Nexus 6 is the big exception to this rule (though you still have to trick Verizon into accepting the device), and its universality is part of the reason it received so much fanfare at launch. Great choice, and feel free to ask me any questions you have about Shamu, as I'm currently using it as my daily driver.

Because of Verizon's lack of compatible selection, my advice is to instead give your wife's Thunderbolt a shot in the arm and wait until the carrier switch to upgrade. You mentioned that the phone isn't doing so well right now; would you mind elaborating on the biggest concerns? $6 to $20 will get her a new (and larger) battery through Amazon, and Sony's microSD card range is all heavily discounted today, including this 32GB model for under $16. Replacing parts is mostly painless. If it's a software bug or the processor showing its age when tasked with running newer games, there are ROMs and resets you can try... but I'm guessing you're already on top of that given your use of CM.

When it comes to new devices, a lot depends on your price point and target carrier(s).

The /r/Nexus5 (no longer in stock on Play, but still available elsewhere) works with every carrier except Verizon, and is a good low-cost device that gives you the flexibility to jump ship for cheaper plans when/if they become available. If buying used, make sure to find one originally purchased from the Play Store so that all carriers will have its IMEI whitelisted. Also, check for a clean IMEI/ESN to make sure outstanding bills are paid, the device wasn't stolen, and thus you won't have trouble with blacklists. The battery isn't the best (and does have a finite lifespan), but replacement is still an option if you don't mind getting your hands (a little) dirty. For an easier fix, there's a new Kickstarter that packs an external battery and microSD card slot into a bumper case.

Then there's the /r/Nexus6, but you've already done your research on that one.

If you're looking forward to the carrier-hopping nature of the Google Nova service, I would stick with the two Google phones - they have all the necessary radios, easily modified firmware, and are likely launch candidates.

T-Mobile-only opens up your options a bit (as would AT&T). The OnePlus One can give you a clean Nexus-like experience at half the cost (if you're lucky enough to get an invite), and works on both GSM carriers. Every Motorola phone produced this year is top notch, with the Moto E and G being crowd favorites for the budget conscious. LG also has some great handsets at the lower end of the spectrum, but it would be helpful to know what you're looking for in terms of price, camera, battery, storage, etc., before narrowing down the field and really making a case for one device over another.

As you said, the HTC flip clock has many copycats on the Play Store, some of which are very convincing. Be sure to run the full permissions through the creep test before installing (scroll to the bottom and click "permission details" instead of reading the abbreviated list in the "install" popup), but this sounds like a great option.

Also for your consideration:

You mentioned both T-Mobile and Google Nova (Sprint + T-Mobile) in your post, so I'm obligated to at least point out /r/Ting: the original Sprint + T-Mobile MVNO.

Depending on your average use, the rates are incredibly competitive (I personally dropped to an average bill of $20 after switching from the grandfathered unlimited plan you're on now). No contracts, same coverage (Sprint | T-Mo) and device selection as on the parent carriers, and far superior customer service (about which I could ramble for days - they're the only company I actually enjoy calling for help, yet I never need to).

As a bonus, there are hundreds of $25 referral codes floating around the net (including mine: https://zcb74a36ao8.ting.com/) that practically pay for your first month's service, but you should definitely ask around to your friends and family first because both you and the referrer get the bonus.

The best-bang-for-your-buck Ting-able Sprint phones right now are the Nexus 5, LG Volt, Sharp AQUOS Crystal, and Motorola Moto G (Boost Mobile version | Sprint Prepaid version), but the main list is here with the majority of unofficially supported ones listed in this post from the subreddit.

But like I said, it would be helpful to know:

  • what you're looking for in a carrier
  • the importance you place on being able to take your phone from carrier to carrier with you
  • How passable the Thunderbolt is for the near-term
  • and what features you need in your new device

    I'm happy to answer any questions you have about the Nexus 6 and/or Ting as well. Good luck on your hunt for the perfect carrier and device!
u/Krusiv · 1 pointr/3DS

I'm buying an SD card for my 3DS soon and I'm wondering if this one will work fine? http://www.amazon.com/Sony-Class-Memory-SF32UY-TQMN/dp/B00B7ID99I

I've never had to deal with SD cards before so I don't know much about them. I have an original 3DS if that matters.

u/Zeretha · 1 pointr/3DS

This is the one I was talking about. If you don't have Prime all you have to do is sign up for the trial for like a dollar. Still cheaper than Best Buy and 2 day shipping vs standard.

u/frumactuary · 1 pointr/homedefense

Does it make a difference which "class" of memory I get for it?

This page has me confused.

I'd like to get something like this.

u/destroyman1337 · 1 pointr/3DS

Do not delete Animal Crossing. Unfortunetly to prevent people from cheating, the game does not support the save backup tool.

Honestly your best bet is to just buy a bigger SD card. I have the 64 GB version of this card and it works great.
This one is a 32 GB for $15.99.

http://www.amazon.com/Sony-Class-Memory-SF32UY-TQMN/dp/B00B7ID99I/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1412087139&sr=8-1&keywords=32+GB+sd+card

u/PH03N1X6 · 1 pointr/3DS

I want to buy a 32GB, because $17 for one cant be beat. Buy my question is, will that one will work with the 3DS and XL(s)?

Talking about this one

u/tjacoblux · 1 pointr/WiiUHacks

I'm using a Sony SDHC Class 10 UH-1 and haven't had any issues so far. laank

u/Kazimeras · 1 pointr/3DS

This one is $20, if you are going to get a different one stay away from the scandisk ultra's they seem to have issues.

u/Bkxjku · 1 pointr/3DS

Aside from the screen protector they are all really optional

You can go with any screen protector, I got like the Hori ones



32GB SD card

r4ids.cn R4i Gold(the firmware may not be updated when shipped so you may need a pre v4.5 3DS or DS Lite to update it) and Micro SD to hold the DS roms/saves/r4 firmware. 8gb is plenty


For Cases

Full 3DS Case or This Travel Case


A circle pad pro XL if you buy a game that supports it is nice, other things like a 3DS usb charger cable + external battery pack if you need the juice for trips are handy.

But aside from the screen protector which I highly recommend the rest are optional.

u/Ghorbash · 1 pointr/3DS

Ah I see. Well it should come with a 2GB SDHC card, so you'll have plenty of space to begin with. However if like me you like downloading loads of demos, buying loads of downloadable games, adding loads of music and taking loads of photos/videos, then you will probably want to upgrade. You can get a 32GB one for $18 which is probably all you will ever need.

u/SickSalamander · 1 pointr/photography

This Sony 32 GB card is faster and cheaper than the one you linked.