The Sandisk Extreme Pro UHS-II memory card is a top performer among UHS-II memory cards. There are two UHS-II memory cards by Sandisk, one that read and writes close to 300MB/s and one that is limited to 280MB/s. Of the two the 300MB/s card is superior, not just because it’s faster, but because it also performs really well in UHS-I devices.
You can see which is which by looking for the 300MB/s label on the card.
Sandisk Extreme Pro 300Mb/s UHS-II Memory Card Sizes
The Sandisk Extreme Pro UHS-II card is available in three sizes – 32GB, 64GB and 128GB.
|Memory Card Name||32GB||64GB||128GB|
|Sandisk Extreme Pro 300 UHS-II||Amazon||Amazon||Amazon|
Real World Memory Card Performance
The Sandisk Extreme Pro 300MB/s card has one of the best-combined read and writes speeds of any card out there.
Here is a chart showing the USB-C performance with CystalDisk on a Windows 10 install of a Macbook Pro 2018.
|Card Name||USB Read||USB Write|
|Sandisk Extreme Pro 300 UHS-II||293.7MB/s||242.2MB/s|
The Sandisk Extreme Pro UHS-II card can be purchased both as an SDHC (32-bit) and SDXC (64-bit) card. The 64-bit card will be any card 64GB and higher. The limitation of 32-bit will come with a 4GB file size limit.
Speed Class: U3 / Class 10
UHS-I / UHS-II devices
Limited Lifetime Warranty
UHS-II USB 3.0 Memory Card Readers
The maximize read speeds from the UHS-II card to your computer, you’ll need to get a good USB 3.0 memory card reader or a USB-C reader. There are a lot out there now so take a look at this comparison to find out which is the best. USB-C readers have not been added to that comparison but they are faster with UHS-II memory cards.
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