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  1. Mize's Avatar
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    Would a really fast SD card speed things up? Something like this:
    http://www.sandisk.com/retail/ext3-sd.asp
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    Yes, it will take, save, load, and transfer pics/vids/data faster.

    I only run high speed cards in my cameras and electronics... its an extremely noticable difference in the old ones.. no more "lag"
    Can an intelligence create another intelligence more intelligent than itself? Are we more intelligent than the evolutionary process that created us? In turn, will the intelligence that we are creating come to exceed that of its creator?


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    I think he is asking whether the Treo650 takes advantage of high-speed cards (I don't know the answer). Although the card may be 12x, 24x, etc... quite a few devices don't take advantage of the card's rated speed - which means buying a pricier card for no benefit.
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    I can tell you that a PQI 60x 1GB card is indeed much faster than the run of the mill SanDisk card. I did a bckup/restore from each and the PQI blew the doors off of the SanDisk. Don't have imperical numbers though.


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    Not really. The Treo is the bottleneck.
    (I went from a Lexar 256MB to a 1024MB SanDisk Ultra II.
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    There is already another thread about this
    http://discuss.treocentral.com/showt...t=50839&page=3
    Seems like the 650 can do a better job w/ faster cards then the 600

    I think were it will be worth buying a faster card, is if you plan playing/recording movies right to/from your SD card
    Last edited by ink883; 04/17/2005 at 11:22 AM.

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