Which card did you buy. And customs amount on card fully utilized or was some refund was dueJust got an rx480 from amazon global, One word for amazon service, Flawless. was not asked for anything above 17K and it came in 10 days as opposed to 22nd,
But of course my first AMD girlfriend in 5 Years suffers from a decade old Video memory issue that Cant Be Fixed, STFU AMD.
Card wont work with more than 1 stick or 8gigs of ram, initiating a refund.
I dont know where to go from Here, I am NOT paying 20K or more for a 10K card, Sapphire rx480 is 22K.............
Have you checked online for reviews for this pen drive? Or atleast the reviews on Amazon?I bought a USB 3.1/3/2 pendrive from Amazon (Kingston DT50 8GB). Problem is the copy speeds on it are extremely low - just max 7MBps and read speeds are max 80MBps. These speeds are the same in Windows and Linux. Can I return the drive saying it's not performing according to the speeds of USB 3? Or is it a crap drive or a lemon?
(My internet got killed after a lightning strike so can't upload the benchmark pics now).
Have you checked online for reviews for this pen drive? Or atleast the reviews on Amazon?
Are other people getting the slow write speed as well?
Write speed will depend on the flash technology used for the pendrive and not on USB 2/3 technology.
I think it might be a good idea to drop a 1 star review for the product,so that others don't fall for the trap.There were no reviews on Amazon for the drive. Unfortunately I didn't check reviews on the web too.
@vishalrao, even my 4+ year old transcend 16GB USB 3 drive gives me 40+ MBps write speeds and 80+MBps read speeds.
Probably this Kingston drive is crap.
Waste of money.
Edit: Another person who bought the 32GB version seems to be getting the same 6-7MBps speeds. So it seems the product is crap.
Yeah, gotta check the fine print in the specs. Just being USB3 is not enough, quality of the flash storage matters. Probably normal/expected speeds for the Kingston you got.
I recently got a new SanDisk 16GB stick which has write speeds around 20 MB/s (not bad) while a 5+ year old Corsair VoyagerGT one (which I bought locally in the US while visiting there on work) does 40 MB/s easily - these are write speeds.