Lexar 2000x UHS-II SD Memory Card Review

Lexar 2000x UHS-II SD Memory Card ReviewThe Lexar 2000x is one of the best UHS-II memory cards on the market. It almost always performs slightly faster than other UHS-II memory cards like the Sony G or the Sandisk Extreme Pro. Unfortunately, Micron, the parent company of Lexar has discontinued the brand. Lexar memory cards will become increasingly more difficult to find and we may also see a discontinuation of their warranties.

The real loss here is Lexar made the best UHS-II memory card readers.


Lexar 2000X UHS-II Memory Card Sizes

The the Lexar 2000x is still available in two sizes – 32GB, and 64GB.

Memory Card Name32GB64GB
Lexar 2000x UHS-IIAmazonAmazon


Real World Memory Card Performance

The Lexar 2000x UHS-II performs well with USB 3.0 memory card readers in Windows 10, but I’ve yet to see it perform at it’s rated speeds.

Memory Card NameUSB 3.0 ReadUSB 3.0 Write
Lexar 2000x UHS-II 64GB272.7 MB/S244.5 MB/S



The Lexar 2000x comes in two sizes with two file systems. The 32GB cards are SDHC cards and operate with a 32-bit file structure. The 64GB cards are SDXC and function with a 64-bit file structure.

Speed Class: U3 / Class 10

UHS-I / UHS-II devices



Limited Lifetime Warranty


UHS-II USB 3.0 Memory Card Readers

To take advantage of the quick read speeds of UHS-II memory cards be sure to get a great reader that supports UHS-II. The Lexar SR2 is one of the best I’ve tested so far.