Working Ready Boost MS Duo List

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openone
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Postby openone » Mon Jul 30, 2007 07:06

too bad i just ordered sony 8GB stick :(

i am going to return it and instead get 4GB extreme III pro duo :D
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Postby pek93rt » Wed Sep 05, 2007 12:26

is there a noticble difference between sandisk ultra 2 and extreme 3? And a difference between sandisk duo and the ultra 2?
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Postby hawknj » Sun Sep 09, 2007 01:07

I can tell you that the Sony 2gig memory stick pro duo does not work with speed boost. And the funny thing is I wanted a sandisk one and BB was out of them.
Sony should really work it is their computer.

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Postby pek93rt » Wed Sep 26, 2007 01:53

is the sandisk 4 extreme III duo out? I just ordered a 2gb stick because i cant find anywhere, where they sell the 4gb stick.
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Postby fiveseven808 » Sun Oct 14, 2007 12:01

Argh!

I have a Sandisk 2gb Extreme III in my 380N and it seemed to slow down performance quite a bit!!!

How sad... Isn't windows supposed to learn your preferences, and tailor ready boost to them? If so, should I expect a performance increase as time goes by?

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Postby pek93rt » Mon Oct 15, 2007 16:49

i havent really noticed a difference at all with my extreme III duo either... 18mb/sec write and read speed...
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Postby everbrave » Fri Nov 02, 2007 23:29

In fact, I have ordered the UX1 because I do not expect any significant performance increse from the UX490 if at all. The main advantage would be a larger SDD.

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Postby Luz » Sat Jan 12, 2008 20:57

the Lexar "Memory Stick PRO Duo"(nothing more, nothing less) 1Gb work fine with ready boost.

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Postby antim » Fri Feb 08, 2008 18:06

I am confused. How come that the slower SanDisk 8GB Ultra ll Memory Stick PRO Duo (rated 10MB/sec Read/Write Speed) works with readyboost while the faster Sony MSXM8GS (rated minimum 15MB/sec Read/Write Speed) doesn't? is there something else besides speed that matters here?

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Postby ericw » Sat Feb 09, 2008 06:04

So, when a memory stick type 'works fine', what does that mean? Does it increase performance as Readyboost promises? Or is it just there, not really adding but not detracting either.


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