1. MartinWP's Avatar
    Lexar is about to release the first ever UHS-II microSD card with an extra row of pins (1000x 150MB/s) and the question I'm asking is if the 1520 can successfully access that extra row of pins and offer speeds of up to 150MB/s or will it be a lot slower than that? If not, do you at least think it will be a little bit faster than their previous release on a 1520 (633x 95MB/s) or exactly the same? The short question I'm asking is if it's worth buying that card using a 1520 or is there not much point? How much speed is required to record movies and play games off the SD-card without stuttering?
    01-11-2015 11:01 AM
  2. taphius's Avatar
    I doubt it'll be worth it, mine cant take advantage of the samsung pro card I have.
    01-11-2015 10:15 PM
  3. aschettler's Avatar
    It won't be able to take advantage of the new UHS-II cards. It is, however, able to use UHS-I cards with UHS speed class 3 which can be used for 4K video. I've got a 64GB SanDisk Extreme PLUS microSDXC card of this class and it works pretty well. Haven't been able to test it with 4K (hurry up and get here Denim!), but it's a fast card and should definitely good its own w when shooting 4K.
    01-12-2015 05:47 PM
  4. Nitin Bs's Avatar
    Snapdragon 800 does not support UHS-II microSD sadly....
    01-12-2015 11:39 PM

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