Kingston 2 clss vs 10 clss/Kingstone 10 clss vs A-data 10 clss

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  1. dounut
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    Question is simple. Is there any visible difference between 2 class and 10 class microSD? And if there is a big difference, then which is better between Kingston 10 class and A-data 10 class? And if there is another microSD better than those two, please recommand it to me. Thank you.
     
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    it's always better to use/have a class 10 card

    As for me, I've been using a 16GB class 2 without any issues
     
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    only if you care about write speeds, its pointless from a flashcard usage though
     
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    Thank you for quick reply. Then i'm just gonna use my old microSD card [​IMG]
     
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    class 4 and up work perfectly AFAIK

    i've heard of a few problems with class 2 cards (mainly cutscenes lagging) but other than that the class really doesn't matter for flashcart use

    it does, however, make transferring files from your computer to the microsd card much faster (this can be limited by the card reader)
     
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    i use 16 Gb transcend 2 class and no problem
     
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    It's not pointless.
    For example, Plants Vs. Zombies lags ALOT on a Class 2 microSD, and it also effects loading speed on some games.
     
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    I use Sandisk Class 2 16GB and it did not lag for me on that game.
     
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    It's mostly when lots of zombies come quickly, on 'final waves' in later stages (Like the roof levels)
     

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