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  1. tsy
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    Can we compile a list of VFS speeds for various brands and sizes of SD cards run under after the new Shadowmite Fat32 Custom ROM.

    I'll post mine 1st to get the ball rolling.

    Lexar 1GB non- High speed (card still Fat 16) Fat 32 on treo
    File Create 433%
    File Delete 356%
    Write 70%
    Read 713%
    Seek 2360%
    DB export 214%
    DB import 410%
    Record Access 1064%
    Resourced Access 1037%
    VFS 739
    Last edited by tsy; 02/10/2006 at 08:32 PM.
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    SanDisk Blue 2GB, non- High speed (Card still at Fat16) Fat32 on Treo
    File Create 750%
    File Delete 552%
    Write 216%
    Read 703%
    Seek 2950%
    DB export 336%
    DB import 505%
    Record Access 1064%
    Resourced Access 1037%
    VFS 901
    Last edited by gtwo; 02/10/2006 at 08:32 PM.
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    Lexar 1gb 32x (125mb free)
    tigerdirect card(pathetic refurb)
    VFSMark Results after FAT32(using fat16 format)
    File Create: 336%
    File Delete: 322%
    File Write: 62%
    File Read: 713%
    File Seek: 2950%
    DB Export: 207%
    DB Import: 436%
    Record Access: 1206%
    Resource Access: 1238%
    VFSMark: 830
    Last edited by madcap; 02/12/2006 at 05:24 PM.
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    Let's not forget that these scores are probably affected by what programs we have on our Treos, how much free memory we have, and what, if anything, might be running in the background during the test.

    My 901 is the best of five scores I got runninig the test back to back 5 times. Lowest score was 852.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perry Holden
    SanDisk Blue 2GB, non- High speed (Card still at Fat16) Fat32 on Treo
    File Create 750%
    File Delete 552%
    Write 216%
    Read 703%
    Seek 2950%
    DB export 336%
    DB import 505%
    Record Access 1064%
    Resourced Access 1037%
    VFS 901
    Great! I just ordered a 2GB Blue on Amazon. Nice to see that it will give significant improvements especially in the write speed.

    Just wondering about the 2GB ultra II though.... would this have been better? Hope someone posts the VFS results for that card
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    SanDisk Regular 1GB card FAT16 format

    VFSMark Results FatFS Best of 3

    File Create: 562%
    File Delete: 357%
    File Write: 171%
    File Read: 653%
    File Seek: 786%
    DB Export: 347%
    DB Import: 410%
    Record Access: 724%
    Resource Access: 673%

    VFSMark: 520


    VFSMark Results FAT32 Best of 3

    File Create: 706%
    File Delete: 472%
    File Write: 190%
    File Read: 692%
    File Seek: 2360%
    DB Export: 392%
    DB Import: 508%
    Record Access: 1096%
    Resource Access: 1129%

    VFSMark: 838
    Palm III > HS Visor > Treo 600 > Treo 650 > Treo 750 > Treo Pro > PrePlus GSM

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    Adata 2gb 150x (FAT)

    VFSMark Results

    File Create: 441%
    File Delete: 1619%
    File Write: 538%
    File Read: 682%
    File Seek: 2950%
    DB Export: 605%
    DB Import: 465%
    Record Access: 978%
    Resource Access: 984%

    VFSMark: 1029
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    Toshiba 1gb (FAT) (FAT32)
    VFSMark Results ROM w/FAT32
    File Create: 242% 50%
    File Delete: 195% 14%
    File Write: 15% Ouch! 12%
    File Read: 713% 682%
    File Seek: 2950% 2950%
    DB Export: 209% 28%
    DB Import: 515% 548%
    Record Access: 1206% 1131%
    Resource Access: 1163% 1163%
    VFSMark: 800 730 Going back to FAT for SD

    SanDisk Blue 1gb (FAT)
    VFSMark Results ROM w/FAT32
    File Create: 1098%
    File Delete: 586%
    File Write: 257%
    File Read: 713%
    File Seek: 2950%
    DB Export: 278%
    DB Import: 548%
    Record Access: 1064%
    Resource Access: 1163%
    VFSMark: 961
    Last edited by jrfaris; 02/11/2006 at 11:39 PM.
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    Went back to FAT format for the Toshiba SD. Got the following results:
    Toshiba 1gb (FAT reformat)
    VFSMark Results ROM w/FAT32
    File Create: 271%
    File Delete: 195%
    File Write: 15%
    File Read: 713%
    File Seek: 2950%
    DB Export: 111%
    DB Import: 498%
    Record Access: 1096%
    Resource Access: 1129%
    VFSMark: 775
    Last edited by jrfaris; 02/12/2006 at 01:13 AM.
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    OUCH, take that toshiba card..throw a backup on it and put it in a dusty closet!
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    Quote Originally Posted by aznmode
    Adata 2gb 150x (FAT)

    VFSMark Results

    File Create: 441%
    File Delete: 1619%
    File Write: 538%
    File Read: 682%
    File Seek: 2950%
    DB Export: 605%
    DB Import: 465%
    Record Access: 978%
    Resource Access: 984%

    VFSMark: 1029
    Now this is going to breathe life into the arguement of do the faster speed cards do anything in the 650! wow looking at that write speed..

    anyone have a corsair 133x to test?
  12. tsy
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    Hmmm the Adata Is very interesting. Does anyone have a Sandisk Ultra II 2GB to do a VFS test? They are going for only 89.95 at Amazon currently.
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    I've ordered this 4GB card from Newegg (I don't trust those evil, pink A-Data cards):

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820163159


    I just installed a custom ROM w/ fat32.prc, based on the Sprint 1.13a. So what should I do to get the card recognized and performing optimally?
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    Same Adata 2gb 150x (FAT) running PXA clocker at 468Mhz
    VFSMark Results

    File Create: 439%
    File Delete: 1942%
    File Write: 558%
    File Read: 892%
    File Seek: 3933%
    DB Export: 683%
    DB Import: 600%
    Record Access: 1508%
    Resource Access: 1536%

    VFSMark: 1343
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    What application are you using to get these numbers? I'd like to see what mine are.

    Thanks.

    Moppet52
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    Quote Originally Posted by IsLNdbOi
    I've ordered this 4GB card from Newegg (I don't trust those evil, pink A-Data cards):

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820163159


    I just installed a custom ROM w/ fat32.prc, based on the Sprint 1.13a. So what should I do to get the card recognized and performing optimally?
    Can the 4GB card be formatted to fat32 in my Treo or should I do it in my PC's card reader in WinXP? Is that all I have to do once I get the card?
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    Quote Originally Posted by IsLNdbOi
    Can the 4GB card be formatted to fat32 in my Treo or should I do it in my PC's card reader in WinXP? Is that all I have to do once I get the card?
    I'm not sure as I don't own a 4GB card. Forums say you should format the card using softtick card export. I guess a compatible card reader would do as well.
    Search the forums a bit before formatting the card.
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    VFSMark Results PQI 1gb FAT16 335mb free

    File Create: 264%
    File Delete: 254%
    File Write: 38%
    File Read: 713%
    File Seek: 2950%
    DB Export: 169%
    DB Import: 465%
    Record Access: 1064%
    Resource Access: 1037%

    VFSMark: 772

    VFSMark Results #2 PQI 1gb FAT16 335mb free

    File Create: 288%
    File Delete: 285%
    File Write: 53%
    File Read: 713%
    File Seek: 2950%
    DB Export: 182%
    DB Import: 459%
    Record Access: 1167%
    Resource Access: 1129%

    VFSMark: 802
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    Is there a program like this for the 700?
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