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Patriot Memory PSF32GMCSDHC10 32 GB microSD High Capacity (microSDHC)

Patriot Memory PSF32GMCSDHC10 32 GB microSD High Capacity (microSDHC) (PSF32GMCSDHC10)

1 Card/Pack - Class 10

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Main Features

  • Number of Memory Cards: 1
  • Storage Capacity: 32 GB
  • Speed Class Rating: Class 10
  • Features: Write Protection Switch
  • Form Factor: microSD High Capacity (microSDHC)
  • Thickness: 1 mm
  • Width: 11 mm
  • Length: 15 mm
  • Weight (Approximate): 200 mg
  • Certifications & Standards:
  • CE
  • FCC
  • Green Compliance: Yes
  • Green Compliance Certificate/Authority: RoHS
  • Standard Warranty: 5 Year Limited
  • General Information

    Product TypemicroSD High Capacity (microSDHC)
    Product SeriesLX
    Brand NamePatriot Memory
    ManufacturerPDP Systems, Inc
    Product ModelPSF32GMCSDHC10
    Product Name32GB LX microSD High Capacity (microSDHC) Card
    Manufacturer Part NumberPSF32GMCSDHC10
    Manufacturer Website Addresswww.pdpsys.com

    Technical Information

    Number of Memory Cards1
    Speed Class RatingClass 10
    FeaturesWrite Protection Switch
    Storage Capacity32 GB

    Physical Characteristics

    Width11 mm
    Form FactormicroSD High Capacity (microSDHC)
    Length15 mm
    Thickness1 mm
    Weight (Approximate)200 mg

    Miscellaneous

    Green ComplianceYes
    Green Compliance Certificate/AuthorityRoHS
    Certifications & Standards
  • CE
  • FCC
  • Warranty

    Standard Warranty5 Year Limited
    June 2, 2011 Steve says:
    Pros: Cheap
    Cons: Started giving problems almost immediately
    This is the worst memory card ever. From the first day it began giving me problems. I reformatted it several times but it did not help.
    May 29, 2011 Anonymous says:
    Pros: Fast , using in my inspire 4g. i am satisfied
    Cons: not as great as sandisk
    April 7, 2011 myo says:
    Pros: large capacity, good price
    Cons: read/write not as fast as i was hoping
    large capacity, good price read/write not as fast as i was hoping it doesnt read/write any faster than my class 4 8gb micro sd, which i was expecting it to do. the numbers say it does but it took almost exactly the same amount of time to write 8 gb as the class 4. not a big deal though.
    April 3, 2011 tallpaul02 says:
    Pros: Reliable company. Good performance. Good price.
    CrystalDiskMark 3.0 x64
    Sequential Read : 14.276 MB/s
    Sequential Write : 12.443 MB/s
    Cons: None
    Reliable company. Good performance. Good price.
    CrystalDiskMark 3.0 x64
    April 2, 2011 Anonymous says:
    Pros: Pretty excited when I got it. A lot faster than my other cards.
    Cons: Now it is dead. (two weeks of use). I used for my phone and I lost music, photos, and other saved files that I didn't backup in time.
    Pretty excited when I got it. A lot faster than my other cards. Now it is dead. (two weeks of use). I used for my phone and I lost music, photos, and other saved files that I didn't backup in time.
    March 24, 2011 Anonymous says:
    Pros: was fast when it worked
    Cons: died in almost a month exactly and took my un-uploaded pix with it. I'm going to try sticking to the built-in storage on my phone for now.
    was fast when it worked died in almost a month exactly and took my un-uploaded pix with it. I'm going to try sticking to the built-in storage on my phone for now.
    March 22, 2011 noodles51k says:
    Pros: It averages about 10mb write, so the class is accurate. Haven't had it corrupt yet. Use it in a nook color, have booted off of the card no problems.
    Cons: None.
    It averages about 10mb write, so the class is accurate. Haven't had it corrupt yet. Use it in a nook color, have booted off of the card no problems. None. Cheapest 16gb card I could find from a brand I trust.
    February 25, 2011 Anonymous says:
    Pros: Lots of storage
    Good price
    Cons: rec'd this on 1/13/11. It has corrupted 3 times that I can remember.
    Lots of storage
    Good price rec'd this on 1/13/11. It has corrupted 3 times that I can remember. Have this in my captivate and it will corrupt for no apparent reason, unless rebooting a phone is a reason. Then it corrupts for a reason.
    Has anyone received a replacement, that works?
    February 22, 2011 Macer says:
    Pros: Class 10 Speed Rating (10+ MB/s)
    Patriot's LX Series Micro SDHC Card is worthy of its Class 10 certification! All tests performed have this card exceeding its Class 10 Speed Rating. (See test results in Other Thoughts)
    As far as real world usage goes, I have put this card to the test on a Windows Laptop (w/Adapter), Android Tablet, and Android Smart Phone. I have had no issues with the card thus far and transfers have been blazing fast!
    This card was bought for my Tablet and my Smart Phone currently utilizes a Class 6 Micro SDHC. Both systems are running Android 2.2.1. The speed difference is definately noticable especially if your working with music or videos on the device or loading application from the SD Card.
    Cons: None so far...
    Class 10 Speed Rating (10+ MB/s)
    February 20, 2011 RichieM says:
    Pros: THIS IS A GREAT CARD IF NOT USED ON AN ANDROID PHONE
    Cons: ABSOLUTE NIGHTMARE TO USE ON MY HTC EVO, KEPT RESETTING THE PHONE, KEPT FREEZING, FORMATTED IT SEVERAL TIMES ON DIFFERENT SYSTEMS
    THIS IS A GREAT CARD IF NOT USED ON AN ANDROID PHONE ABSOLUTE NIGHTMARE TO USE ON MY HTC EVO, KEPT RESETTING THE PHONE, KEPT FREEZING, FORMATTED IT SEVERAL TIMES ON DIFFERENT SYSTEMS
    February 18, 2011 theBLACK_Hand says:
    Pros: Fast
    Cons: Quick Burn-out
    Fast Quick Burn-out Maybe Class 10 cards are best for camera uses and not for running apps throughout the day...
    February 17, 2011 d says:
    Pros: it was fast
    Cons: it die before the month of purchase
    it was fast it die before the month of purchase don't recommend it doing the rma
    February 17, 2011 proxops-pete says:
    Pros: Large size and fast rates
    Cons: Terrible stability and keeps phasing in and out of both my phone AND the PC.
    Large size and fast rates Terrible stability and keeps phasing in and out of both my phone AND the PC. RMA'ing it as it is no longer usable
    February 15, 2011 zam says:
    Pros: fast transfer rate.large capacity no lags on my movies and music.
    Cons: costs 4 times than my previous 16gb
    fast transfer rate.large capacity no lags on my movies and music. costs 4 times than my previous 16gb this is my second patriot brand. seems to be compatible with samsung vibrant.
    February 14, 2011 Sfltrack says:
    Pros: Fast, when working. Inexpensive.
    Cons: Only worked in a few devices. Camera, Laptop. Did not work or flaky in Nook, EEE netbook and smartphone.
    Fast, when working. Inexpensive. Only worked in a few devices. Camera, Laptop. Did not work or flaky in Nook, EEE netbook and smartphone. This SDHD was quick but did not perform to specs for class 10 on read/write. The contacts did not meet when plugged in so I used a sticker as a shim on the back of the card. Not wort it to RMA so I will keep and use in devices that it does work in.
    February 12, 2011 Anonymous says:
    Pros: class 10, 32gb for only $100
    Cons: Not stable, data erased
    class 10, 32gb for only $100 Not stable, data erased Bought this to use in my Samsung Epic (running Android OS). Thought price for class 10 32gb was unbelievable. At first seemed to work okay but really didn't notice any improvement with phone use but did note sometimes it froze more often. Two days prior to the 1 month cut off for returning, all the data simply was gone!!!! I reformatted the disk and the next day it happened again. I sent this back to new egg. A class 10 32gb for only $100 is still to good to be true for now. I think I will stick with sandisk (although they not make anything other than class 2). My data is too important to have to worry about it erasing spontaneously!!!!
    February 12, 2011 BillyBob says:
    Pros: It works.
    Cons: Not much performance using mp3 player Sansa Clip+. In separate testing I only got 4.92 GB/sec write speed with two different microsdhc card readers in Windows Vista Business. Conversely, an older Kingston microsdhc speed class 4 card provides 7.23MB/sec speed in either reader. Tested with 483 files using 1.72GB.
    It works. Not much performance using mp3 player Sansa Clip+. In separate testing I only got 4.92 GB/sec write speed with two different microsdhc card readers in Windows Vista Business. Conversely, an older Kingston microsdhc speed class 4 card provides 7.23MB/sec speed in either reader. Tested with 483 files using 1.72GB. I tried using the SDformatter available from the SD Association, but that made no difference. If I wanted a slow card I would have spent less money and got more capacity. Looking into more testing and warranty service.
    February 6, 2011 Mr. Upgrade says:
    Pros: Works great in my Spring EVO Slide. When I put it in and turned on it immediately was formatted and has performed flawlessly since. Almost zero lag time in my phone.
    Cons: None at this time.
    Works great in my Spring EVO Slide. When I put it in and turned on it immediately was formatted and has performed flawlessly since. Almost zero lag time in my phone. None at this time. A lot faster than the card that originally came with my phone. I would highly recommend it if you plan on downloading a lot of Android apps.
    February 4, 2011 procops-pete says:
    Pros: Fast and plenty. 'nuff said.
    Cons: I got this to replace Class 4 16 GB card in my Droid X. Things were bit... iffy but that's the phone and not the card.
    Fast and plenty. 'nuff said. I got this to replace Class 4 16 GB card in my Droid X. Things were bit... iffy but that's the phone and not the card.
    February 2, 2011 Anonymous says:
    Pros: Benchmarked this card using ATTO Disk Benchmark in a USB reader and in my HTC Aria. As expected, advertised speeds are only seen with file sizes greater than 64kb.
    USB speeds: Read~16.5mb/s, Write~14.3mb/s.
    Cons: Phone speeds are limited by the device processor/flash controller, so speeds should be higher on a higher end phone, and I am not down-ranking the card because of this.
    Phone speeds: Read~5.7mb/s, Write~11.2mb/s.
    Benchmarked this card using ATTO Disk Benchmark in a USB reader and in my HTC Aria. As expected, advertised speeds are only seen with file sizes greater than 64kb.
    USB speeds: Read~16.5mb/s, Write~14.3mb/s. Phone speeds are limited by the device processor/flash controller, so speeds should be higher on a higher end phone, and I am not down-ranking the card because of this.
    February 1, 2011 Anonymous says:
    Pros: None
    Cons: Took 4 tries to format successfully. After insertion into my Droid X, continually unmounted automatically at random intervals. Could not handle large file copying; forced Android system to freeze regularly. No noticable speed increase over less expensive, lower class-rated models. Waste of money, returning
    None Took 4 tries to format successfully. After insertion into my Droid X, continually unmounted automatically at random intervals. Could not handle large file copying; forced Android system to freeze regularly. No noticable speed increase over less expensive, lower class-rated models. Waste of money, returning
    January 29, 2011 Vitaly says:
    Pros: All I can say is WOW. This thing rock! Run of HD Tune end thats what I got:
    Transfer Rate Minimum : 17.8 MB/sec
    Transfer Rate Maximum : 19.2 MB/sec
    Transfer Rate Average : 19.2 MB/sec
    So forget about Class 10 specs. This thing is so over it. And again: this is PATRIOT card.so if anything goes wrong I know they will take care of that.
    Work just like a charm in my Samsung Galaxy s Captivate phone.
    Cons: None.Period.Well... may be price,but at least you know what you are paying for.
    All I can say is WOW. This thing rock! Run of HD Tune end thats what I got:
    Transfer Rate Minimum : 17.8 MB/sec
    January 28, 2011 Anonymous says:
    Pros: The card does have high write and read rates in windows, over 15MB a sec. Copying 20gb of music only took an hour, not bad at all.
    Cons: The card does not seem to perform well in an android phone. The phone can get unresponsive at times. I experience wake up delays and trying to use the gallery to view pictures from the sdcard is near impossible. I do not have these issues with other sdcards.
    The card does have high write and read rates in windows, over 15MB a sec. Copying 20gb of music only took an hour, not bad at all. The card does not seem to perform well in an android phone. The phone can get unresponsive at times. I experience wake up delays and trying to use the gallery to view pictures from the sdcard is near impossible. I do not have these issues with other sdcards. I am going to continue testing it with android for the next few days before deciding what to do with it.
    January 25, 2011 lblacklol says:
    Pros: Decent transfer speed, large storage size
    Cons: Unreliable, caused errors and phone lockups
    Decent transfer speed, large storage size Unreliable, caused errors and phone lockups Initially upon installation the card performed well with decent transfer speeds and no issues on my Droid X. Then after about a day my phone started crashing and locking, unable to display files and pictures. I formatted via win xp as fat 32 and it worked for a while but went downhill again. Had to revert to old mem card. No issues since going back. I guess I have to RMA. Not sure I trust the brand though.
    January 25, 2011 Niraj says:
    Pros: Tested near 12MB/sec, much cheaper than other 16GB class 10 cards.
    Cons: Only con is the included microSD-to-SD adapter has a pretty loose write lock switch, so I have to be really careful when putting the adapter in a card reader or the switch slides and I can't write to the card. I had a couple of other adapters sitting around, they're super cheap, and this only happens when using the adapter, so this isn't really a big deal to me.
    Tested near 12MB/sec, much cheaper than other 16GB class 10 cards. Only con is the included microSD-to-SD adapter has a pretty loose write lock switch, so I have to be really careful when putting the adapter in a card reader or the switch slides and I can't write to the card. I had a couple of other adapters sitting around, they're super cheap, and this only happens when using the adapter, so this isn't really a big deal to me. Using this in my HTC Evo and it works great! Applications load noticeably faster, and obviously it's nice having double the space of the card that came with the phone.
    January 24, 2011 Anonymous says:
    Pros: Fastest, largest microSD card currently available.
    Write Speed: 15.6 MB/s
    Read Spead: 19 MB/s
    Cons: Expensive
    Fastest, largest microSD card currently available.
    Write Speed: 15.6 MB/s
    Read Spead: 19 MB/s Expensive
    January 20, 2011 Anonymous says:
    Pros: This card performs excellent. Ran a iometer benchmark with a file system and got 15.5 MBps reads and 14.9 MBps writes. More than enough for the spec. Working well in my Evo with an a2sd partition as well. Replaced an 8 GB class 6 card. Apps seem to load faster and run smoother just as if they were on internal memory.
    Cons: None so far.
    This card performs excellent. Ran a iometer benchmark with a file system and got 15.5 MBps reads and 14.9 MBps writes. More than enough for the spec. Working well in my Evo with an a2sd partition as well. Replaced an 8 GB class 6 card. Apps seem to load faster and run smoother just as if they were on internal memory. None so far. Although the $100 price tag is triple the 16 GB card it is cheaper than other 32 GB cards with slower speeds.
    January 19, 2011 jdb2 says:
    Pros: **Fast.** Write speed about 12MB/sec and read speed about 17MB/sec.
    Also, cheap for its performance.
    Cons: Doesn't come with a USB adapter.
    **Fast.** Write speed about 12MB/sec and read speed about 17MB/sec.
    Also, cheap for its performance. Doesn't come with a USB adapter. I ran Iozone on this card from an Easy Debian chroot while the card was installed in my Nokia N900 and got extensive performance data so you can be sure that the above numbers are correct. One thing to note though is that it does do much better with larger read/write block sizes and file sizes, but that's probably a non issue since you most likely bought a 16GB card to read and write large amounts of data at once. :)
    January 19, 2011 Collin says:
    Pros: Works perfectly on my HTC Incredible. No speed issues.
    Cons: None.
    Works perfectly on my HTC Incredible. No speed issues. None.
    January 18, 2011 Tarpon6 says:
    Pros: This card lives up to class 10 specs: 19 MBps read, 14MBps write. 32GB = Plenty of storage.
    Cons: Expensive
    This card lives up to class 10 specs: 19 MBps read, 14MBps write. 32GB = Plenty of storage. Expensive Other Patriot cards have been reliable, I expect this one to be as well.
    January 17, 2011 buyer says:
    Pros: Good price for class 10 of this size.
    Cons: I purchased two of these cards for two different Samsung Epic 4G phones. Cards formatted fine and seemed to work ok up until the end of the first day, when one of the phones reported a damaged SD card error. I was able to reformat and the phone recognized the card again. Now today, 6 days after the memory was inserted - the second phone gave the same damaged SD card error and had to be reformatted for the Epic to use it. So two different card in two different phones, resulting in the same issue. The strange thing is even though the phones give this error I was able to read and copy the data off this card to my laptop.
    Good price for class 10 of this size. I purchased two of these cards for two different Samsung Epic 4G phones. Cards formatted fine and seemed to work ok up until the end of the first day, when one of the phones reported a damaged SD card error. I was able to reformat and the phone recognized the card again. Now today, 6 days after the memory was inserted - the second phone gave the same damaged SD card error and had to be reformatted for the Epic to use it. So two different card in two different phones, resulting in the same issue. The strange thing is even though the phones give this error I was able to read and copy the data off this card to my laptop.
    January 14, 2011 giftsandcurses says:
    Pros: Great product with plenty of storage. Solid Class 10 results in my HTC Glacier.
    Write: 12 MBps
    Read: 19 MBps
    Cons: None so far
    Great product with plenty of storage. Solid Class 10 results in my HTC Glacier.
    Write: 12 MBps
    Read: 19 MBps None so far Wish it came with a USB adapter.
    January 11, 2011 Gary says:
    Pros: Great value
    12.5MB/s average write speed
    Cons: None
    Great value
    12.5MB/s average write speed None This is an amazing card, class 10 16gb for only 40$? I'll take it any day over a 100$ Sandisk.
    January 10, 2011 viceless says:
    Pros: Been waiting for the price of 32GB Micro SDHC cards to drop, but at these specs, I had to bite.
    Read: 21.38MB/s Write: 16.96MB/s
    Cons: None, so far.
    Been waiting for the price of 32GB Micro SDHC cards to drop, but at these specs, I had to bite.
    Read: 21.38MB/s Write: 16.96MB/s None, so far.
    December 22, 2010 Anonymous says:
    Pros: What a deal! With the adapter too. Better get ya one before there all gone.
    Cons: n/a. Not yet.
    What a deal! With the adapter too. Better get ya one before there all gone. n/a. Not yet. just got a new phone and needed to replace a 1gig micro sd with more and did I find more. Just found this deal. I always check the egg first.