Lately, we have been focusing on computer hardware. If you are reading this article, then I am going to assume that you read our previous article about the best hard drive for your PC. Well today, we are going to talk about a different type of disk: the memory card. A lot of people don’t realize that there is more than one type of memory card out there and it’s important to know what kind you need before making a purchase because they vary in price by significant margins. To make things easier for everyone, here is sao’s tier list of the best memory cards!
Tier One: The Samsung PRO – this is one of the best memory cards you can get. It’s durable, reliable, and has a high read/write speed at up to 150 MB per second (and so does tier two).
Pricing ranges from $75 to $100 depending on capacity.
Tier Two: SanDisk Extreme PLUS UHS III Card – This card spans all tiers because it performs better than all others in terms of durability and speed while still being cheaper than Tier One cards. Prices range between $35-$55 for capacities as low as 16GB which makes them great options for people that only need a couple GBs of storage space but also don’t want to spend too much money on their purchase.
Editor’s Note: There are other similarly priced options for people who don’t need a lot of space, but it should be noted that the SanDisk Extreme PLUS UHS III Card is one of the highest rated cards in terms of speed, durability and reliability.
Tier Three: Samsung EVO Plus – This card doesn’t have as high a read/write speed as Tier One or Two (35 MB per second) but has more storage capacity than Tier One; you can get 256GB which will cost $140-$180 depending on where you buy it from. They’re also durable and reliable so they’re worth checking out.*
Editor’s note: The most significant downside to this tier is its lack of performance compared with other cards
This card is one of the highest rated in terms of speed, durability and reliability. It has a read/write speed of 95 MB per second and can store up to 256GB which will cost $150-$200 depending on where you buy it from. The only downside for these cards are that they’re not as affordable or popular as other options.* Editor’s note: They also do not come with any form of warranty so if anything does happen to them, like being dropped, lost etc., there’s no guarantee that your money would be refunded
Editor’s Note: A major benefit to this tier is its high performance when compared to Tier One or
Tier Two cards
Tier Three: Samsung UHS-I Memory Card – This card has a read/write speed of 50 MB per second and can only store up to 64GB which means it’s not as durable or reliable as Tier Four. The price is also higher than other memory cards at $50-$100 depending on where you buy it from. That being said, the pros for this tier are that they’re affordable and come with warranties so if anything does happen to them then your money would be refunded.*Editor’s note: Another major benefit to these cards when compared against lower tiers is its high performance when compared against Tier One or Tier T
Tier Two: SanDisk Extreme (UHS I) SDHC Memory Card – The SanDisk Extreme (UHS I) SDHC Memory Card is a Tier Two memory card with read/write speeds of 45 MB per second and can only store up to 32GB. This means that it’s not as durable or reliable as Tier Four but still has its benefits, such as being the cheapest of all cards on this list at $20-$30 depending on where you buy.*Editor’s note: Another major benefit to these cards when compared against lower tiers is its high performance when compare
sao memory defrag tier list
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This post is going to be about the sao memory defrag tier list. The sao memory defrag tier list are a set of hard drives that have been ranked from best to worst in terms of their performance, speed and cost when it comes to buying them for your computer. These rankings were made by an independent third party who has tested each one extensively and conducted extensive research on what makes a great drive good or bad. Keep reading below as we discuss these various considerations in detail:
Cost per Gb
The Tier List begins with the Western Digital Caviar Black which costs $121 but can provide up to 300MB/s read speeds across its four pl