SanDisk 128GB MicroSDXC UHS-I Memory Card for Nintendo Switch – SDSQXAO-128G-GNCZN
- Number of USB 2.0 Ports: 1
Nintendo-licensed to provide dependable, high-performance storage, The SanDisk microSDXC card for the Nintendo Switch system lets you add up to 128GB of capacity with transfer rates up to 100MB/s(1) so you can keep your favorite titles on a single card and start playing in no time. And with a...
English is not my native language, I hope my words are understandable and helpful.Looks like a few reviewers are having errors. Mine worked fine for a week. Then I started having Errors when I tried to open a downloaded game. Switch kept telling me the game had corrupted files so I Redownloaded again and again but the error never went away. It happened to many games but not all of them. But since a few days ago, I couldn’t even download any games from eshop, the error code indicated that the SD card is not working properly. Now I’m now in the process of returning this junk.* card was inserted correctly, and the system has the latest updated version.* tried restarting the console and formatting the card but didn’t help.* errors were definitely not caused by the console. Here’s why: I downloaded Splatoon 2 into this card at first and it had errors, then I took out the card and downloaded into the concole, and the game worked properly. Same with any other games. Currently I’m using a new card from another brand, everything looks good so far.* one more weird thing happened was when I checked out the storage, it said I have used over 50GB. But I only had 7 games! I added them up, the total used storage should be less than 30GB. I have no clue why it showed 20 more GB has been used. The largest game I had was Dragon ball with 7 GB and the rest only have a few GB like one or two. I clearly remember every game’s storage size that I’ve downloaded so I was so shocked when it tells me I’ve used almost half of the storage already.Even it has a fair price and says licensed by Nintendo but somehow some people like me are having problems with it. This might not happen to you 100% so if you still want to try it, go for it. But if you start having errors with any of your games, return it, as soon as possible.
I just purchased a Nintendo Switch at a Target, but I didn’t realize how bad I would be needing an SD card, so I checked in stores and they had this same exact card for over $60.00. So I checked up Amazon and long and behold I found it for $35.00! This was an amazing deal and I have to give it to Amazon they compete against everyone and I love it!
The main difference from this and a cheaper SanDisk Ultra, is this card is a U3 and the Ultra is U1. The U3 allows for faster installs and may save a few seconds on load times. The only reason I choose this card at the time was that it was on sale for only $3 more. I also get the awesome design along with 4x the storage space.For those wondering why the free space on the card read 119, it is because of the way gigabytes are calculated.The package has 1gb equaling 1,000,000,000 bytes. Really 1gb is 1,073,741,824 bytes. That 73,741,824 bytes (73.7 megabytes) missing per gigabyte. That really adds up.All SD card and USB stick manufacturers use this calculation method; not just Sandisk.