USB Flash Drive Speed Test // Review // COMPLETE TEST // 2017


USB Flash Drive Speed Test // Review // COMPLETE TEST // 2017

This test is done with 4 different USB Flash drive´s two USB 2.0 and two USB 3.0, allt those are different from each other. Sandisk Cruzer Edge, Sandisk Cruzer Blade, Sandisk Ultra USB 3.0, Intenso USB 3.0, USB 2.0 is not very expensive anymore so its kinda cheap to get what ever model you want, how ever, in this test you will find out the reason why you should go with USB 3.0 instead.

I Would say that there is USB 3.0 flash drives that are NOT good at all, some have very poor write speed and thats not good at all, some USB 3.0 flash drives has the same write speed as most USB 2.0 flash drives, thats such a waste of money I think.

I would say that this is a USB flash drive speed test that is kinda complete with most things you need to know before you go and buy a USB stick.

I use a program called Black Magic Disk Speed Teset, its free and can be downloaded from Appstore, and it works very well. To be able to use the speed of USB 3.0 you need USB 3.0 ports on your computer, those ports are blue color most of the time.

This video is in no way sponsored by any of the brands I talk about in this video..


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  1. it didnt even occur to me that USB3 memory sticks even existed until I was considering a new pc build and thinking about using a USB3 memory stick for the ISO file. Obviously it will make the installation substantially faster 😀

  2. Thank you so much for making this video, was really helpful. I ordered the Sandisk Ultra 3.0 online. It's the fastest Sandisk I could get. We don't have the Intenso in my part of the world, so the Sandisk will do it for now.

  3. My 128GB Sandisk ultra usb 3.0 has good read speed (~110MB/s) but the write speed is pathetic (average is 17-18MB/s). The write speed starts off at 28MB/s but quickly drops to 25, then 24, 23, 22, 21, 20, 19, 18, etc…. Complete waste of money. If you want good write speeds get the Sandisk Extreme models. I only bought the ultra for its shallow profile and compatability with TV usb ports.

  4. It’s an interesting test, the intenso the clear winner, though it was more expensive no? It might be on par with the more expensive Sandisk ones.
    It’s good to know what the cheaper Sandisk ones are like, thanks for showing that! And I’m not used to seeing you without your moustache :o))


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