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Jeff Geerling’s 2018 Raspberry Pi MicroSD Card Performance Comparison #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

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From Jeff Geerling:

Back in 2015, I wrote a popular post comparing the performance of a number of microSD cards when used with the Raspberry Pi. In the intervening three years, the marketplace hasn’t changed a ton, but there have been two new revisions to the Raspberry Pi (the model 3 B and just-released model 3 B+). In that article, I stated:

One of the highest-impact upgrades you can perform to increase Raspberry Pi performance is to buy the fastest possible microSD card—especially for applications where you need to do a lot of random reads and writes.

As part of my work on a comprehensive review of the Raspberry Pi model 3 B+, I decided to re-run all the benchmarks for all the Samsung and SanDisk cards (the rest, from Sony, Toshiba, Lexar, and no-name brands were so slow for Pi usage as to not warrant any testing at all!). Without further ado, here are the latest results, tested on a Raspberry Pi model 3 B+…

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