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    @oldmatt, If you understand what @Neil explained and based on my experience as an EE and a user of MioMap/iGO since 2007 then in this application, FASTER IS NOT BETTER!

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    Quote Originally Posted by upsss View Post
    @oldmatt, If you understand what @Neil explained and based on my experience as an EE and a user of MioMap/iGO since 2007 then in this application, FASTER IS NOT BETTER!
    Just depends on the variables .. Is the card supported by the device ?
    I have some micro cameras that dont like fast cards ( Class 10 ) , but they work well with class 4 cards or slower .. ( Thats life )
    Im currently running a 8gig Class 10 in my double din , and can boot to any of 3 different IGO versions on the card .
    I cant speak for anyone else , but generally faster is better ...
    In this case it may not be , but has a fast card been tried ?
    Anyhow , Im going to order the fastest card I can find soon , so far I have 48mb p/s ..
    Im not sure how fast micro SD can be , regular SD cards can do 75mb p/s or faster ..
    Micro SD cards are fickle at best , and my experience is - just get the best your money will buy .
    Going cheap unbranded cards has resulted in too many card failures for me , even in something as simple as a MP3 player .
    But hey , to each their own - its a big planet .

 

 
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