Transcend CF card 2GB x266

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Transcend , a worldwide leader in storage and multimedia products, today announced the expansion of its flash card product line with the introduction of high-capacity X CompactFlash cards with capacities ranging up to 64GB. With storage capacities ranging from 16GB to an enormous 64GB, Transcend’s X CF cards allow digital camera users to take thousands of photos at a time without the inconvenience of switching cards. The 64GB X CF card, for instance, can capture more than 13, still images with a 10 megapixel camera and record over three hours of Full HD video x at Fully compliant with CompactFlash 4.
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Transcend CF Card CF220I 512MB (TS512MCF220I)

This was more popular with people running super low power PCs or folding farms before SSDs got so cheap. You can fit a lot more photos on the card but the quality is compromised.

Real World Test The second test involved a slightly less scientific method. There will be one section with the results for the four readers, two graphs per reader, one for read speeds and one for write speeds. There is one section for the maximum read and write speeds of the cards themselves and then finally the real world test results. Results — Kingston Read Speed This first graph shows us the read speeds on the device with the three different CF cards for the three different file sizes.

The 4 KB file transfer speeds are significantly lower than the other two. This is because the smaller file size puts a lot more load on the controller in the card. It has a much shorter time between finding the start of one file and finding the start of the next. This is not so much of an issue with larger file sizes, as the time to transfer the sequential data gives the controller more time to find the next file to transfer.

Next, we can compare the difference in the individual speeds of the cards. All the cards had a very similar 4 KB read speed showing the newer cards in the Transcend and Kingston have decided not to add any performance compared to the USB 2. The Verbatim puts in a solid effort for a USB 2. Results — Kingston Write Speed This second graph shows us the write speeds on the device with the three different CF cards for the three different file sizes.

Again the 4 KB speeds are significantly slower than the other two, but the Transcend does manage to pull ahead with 4. So from these results it looks like the Transcend is tuned more for read speed and the Kingston more for write speed. We will see how this theory develops after the other results. Results — Transcend Read This first graph shows us the read speeds on the device with the three different CF cards for the three different file sizes.

Looking at the 4 KB read speeds something quite interesting crops up when you compare this Transcend reader with the Kingston one. There is quite a large difference in the transfer rates, from around 4. There is clearly something different about the controller chip that gives better small file performance on this reader.

Does this explain the drop in speeds compared to the Kingston when you look at the KB and KB results? Have they sacrificed large files speeds for small file speeds?

Results — Transcend Write This second graph shows us the write speeds on the device with the three different CF cards for the three different file sizes.

This test has similar results to the Kingston with regards to the KB and KB transfer rates but like the Transcend read test the Transcend card has a very good 4 KB rate. Maybe they use similar chips and the pairing of the Transcend reader and card has brought about some magical partnership that gives brilliant 4 KB read and write speeds.

Maybe another day, this review is going to be long enough as it is. This is theoretically the slowest device in this round up.

It is also however the cheapest. Results — Verbatim Read This first graph shows us the read speeds on the device with the three different CF cards for the three different file sizes. Here we can see the limitations of the USB 2. It was running on a USB 3. The 4 KB transfer rates on the Verbatim card reader are very good compared to both the Kingston and the Transcend which is quite surprising as they are touted as much higher performance devices.

Results — Verbatim Write This second graph shows us the write speeds on the device with the three different CF cards for the three different file sizes. Again the limitations of USB 2. The Scythe USB 3. Results — Scythe Read This first graph shows us the read speeds on the device with the three different CF cards for the three different file sizes. The Scythe performs very similarly to the Transcend reader when looking at all of the different cards results.

Results — Scythe Write This second graph shows us the write speeds on the device with the three different CF cards for the three different file sizes. Again the results are very similar to that of the Transcend reader. Not much more to say there. Cards Now to how the cards performed. A pretty staggering speed. Not too bad for a USB 2. Time to see the write speeds results.

The verbatim again coming in last but still not too bad for USB 2. Results — Cards Write Real World This is the one where we find out if all those graphs and numbers make a real impact on your photography experience. Well it seems like it does. Using the Olympus E-3 in burst mode was affected quite significantly by the different cards.

The Transcend x 16 GB card gave the fastest continuous burst rate of about one picture every 0. The Kingston x 32 GB came in second with one picture about every 0. The Transcend comes in second on the larger file tests. The Transcend comes in top of the 4 KB results with the Scythe close behind and even the Verbatim beats the Kingston this time.

The Transcend card had outright the best results on the 4 KB tests so if you are thinking of using it in a super low power micro PC then this is the one for you. Best KB results — This is for the people who have a lower mega-pixel camera.

The Kingston seems to be the one to choose on this. The absolute fastest card for high resolution images is the Transcend. No question. Hint Hint.

Product details for Transcend CF Card CF220I 128MB

This was more popular with people running super low power PCs or folding farms before SSDs got so cheap. You can fit a lot more photos on the card but the quality is compromised. Real World Test The second test involved a slightly less scientific method. There will be one section with the results for the four readers, two graphs per reader, one for read speeds and one for write speeds. There is one section for the maximum read and write speeds of the cards themselves and then finally the real world test results. Results — Kingston Read Speed This first graph shows us the read speeds on the device with the three different CF cards for the three different file sizes. The 4 KB file transfer speeds are significantly lower than the other two.

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