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    Default How good is silicon power compact flash cards

    Anyone got any experience with using silicon power compact flash card. I was thinking of buying it since it was $265.00 for 32GB 600x udma6 type card . That is less then half the price of a sandisk card. Just looking to see if anyone can advise me or any feed back from using this card.

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    Default Re: How good is silicon power compact flash cards

    Why are you writing in such a huge font? We're not blind.

    Plus, did you research online?

    Silicon Power Professional Compact Flash Card (32 GB) : Roundup: CompactFlash Cards For Professionals

    Conclusion : Memory Cards, Part 1: CompactFlash From 8GB To 64GB
    "Silicon Power leaves a mixed impression. The company's 600x 16GB card holds the speed record at 91 MB/s for sequential reads. Silicon Power fares well on writes, too, averaging 78 MB/s. However, the minimum write throughput result, important for photographers, drops far more than cards from Lexar, Transcend, or SanDisk."

    "In the end, price will have a significant impact on your buying decision, but we’d go with Lexar and SanDisk for professional photography and Silicon Power or Transcend for all other applications."

    Silicon Power CF cards - anyone have any experience with them?

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    Default Re: How good is silicon power compact flash cards

    Silicon power brands is not bad...but i strongly suggest u try on the spot...

    i bought some micro sd versions for phones..supposely 3x 8gb for a price..

    turn out one of them is a 4gb..not 8gb..

    speed wise..not bad.pretty decent.

    yeah..hope this helps..


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