The PNY Elite Performance 32GB SD Card UHS-I features up to 90MB/s read speed. Previous versions of this card have been reported to offer 60MB/s write speed, however the current production card we tested fell short of this mark. The 90MB/s transfer speed is a read speed and PNY states "write speed lower."
Like most SD cards, the PNY Elite Performance is magnet proof, shock proof, temperature proof and waterproof.
PNY memory cards have a lifetime warranty in USA and a 5-year warranty in Europe.
Made in Korea.
Read speed of the PNY card was faster than advertised. Several card readers were able to reach 95MB/s sequential read. The higest read speed we recoreded was 95.857 MB/s in the Kingston MobileLite G4.
Card: PNY Elite Performance 90MB/s 32GB 32 GB
Benchmark: CrystalDiskMark 3.0.3 x64
Program settings: 1000 MB, 5 passes, random test data
Operating system: Windows 8.1 Pro
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD3H
Processor: Intel Core i7-3770K @ 4.40GHz
RAM: 32GB DDR3 1600
|PNY Elite Performance 90MB/s 32GB 32 GB|
Card Reader Benchmarks
|Lexar LRWM04U-7000 UHS-II Reader||96.732||38.374||89.740||18.207||6.072||1482.5||0.588||143.4|
|Lexar Professional Workflow SR2 UHS-II||96.705||38.377||89.211||14.397||5.787||1412.9||0.761||185.9|
|Kingston MobileLite G4 UHS-II||95.857||38.402||89.799||20.100||5.995||1463.7||0.598||146.0|
|SanDisk Extreme Pro UHS-II SD Reader/Writer||95.778||38.241||89.799||24.576||5.984||1460.8||0.582||142.1|
|Lexar Professional Dual Slot UHS-II Card Reader||95.516||38.222||89.138||13.645||5.937||1449.5||0.568||138.7|
|Transcend Multi-Card Reader RDF8 Black||95.377||38.395||89.314||15.530||5.593||1365.5||0.574||140.2|
|Lexar Professional Dual Slot Reader||95.360||38.498||89.299||19.995||5.679||1386.4||0.590||144.1|
|Lexar Professional Workflow SR1||95.325||38.442||88.188||13.829||5.414||1321.9||0.581||141.8|
|Transcend Multi-Card Reader RDF9||95.169||38.257||88.862||18.204||5.758||1405.8||0.586||143.0|
|Delkin Dual Slot SD UHS-II and CF Card Reader||95.100||38.419||89.343||11.318||5.816||1419.9||0.580||141.7|
|Transcend SD Card Reader RDF5 Black||95.083||38.329||87.971||13.807||4.602||1123.6||0.567||138.5|
|Kingston FCR-HS4 Card Reader||94.765||38.421||88.951||12.343||5.776||1410.0||0.593||144.9|
|Delkin Travel Reader||94.680||38.169||86.774||14.331||5.788||1413.2||0.582||142.0|
|Delkin Universal Memory Card Reader||94.169||38.191||88.319||19.030||5.586||1363.7||0.557||136.1|
|SanDisk ImageMate All-In-One USB 3.0||93.174||38.439||79.477||8.656||3.765||919.1||0.778||190.0|
|Sony MRW-E90 XQD 2.0 / SD UHS-II Card Reader||92.191||38.414||85.791||11.165||5.349||1306.0||0.490||119.5|
|Kingston Multi-Card Reader FCR-HS3||90.169||38.371||62.602||17.300||5.908||1442.4||0.587||143.4|
Write speed was a different story. We expected this card to be able to reach 60MB/s write speed based on product reviews on Amazon. When we tested the card in eight different USB 3.0 card readers it had a highest write speed of only 38.5 MB/s. In the Nikon D750 it achieved 31.1 MB/s actual write speed. We had a recent production card, made in Korea with a manufacture date of July 2014 purchased direct from Amazon. Most of the product reviews stating faster write speeds were for older cards produced in Japan.
|PNY Elite Performance 90MB/s 32GB|
Tested in Camera
|Canon Rebel T6i/T6s||35.4|
|Canon 7D Mark II||33.9|
|Olympus E-M5 II||28.8|
|Pentax K-3 II||27.3|
|Sony A7R II||26.9|
Cameras tested with this card: Canon 5Ds, Canon 6D, Canon 7D Mark II, Canon 70D, Canon 80D, Canon Rebel T6i/T6s, Fuji X-Pro2, Fuji X-T10, Nikon D500, Nikon D750, Nikon D7100, Nikon D7200, Nikon D5500, Olympus E-M5 II, Olympus PEN-F, Pentax K-3 II, Samsung NX1, Sony A7R II, Sony A6000, Sony A6300
The following table contains information encoded in the SD card.
|PNY Elite Performance 90MB/s 32GB SD — Internal Card Information|
|Serial number (PSN)||111223774|
|Product Name (PNM)||SD32G|
|Manufacturer ID (MID)||0x000028|
|OEM ID (OID)||BE|
|Manufacture Date (MDT)||07/2014|
|Total capacity||32,026,656,768 bytes|