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Silicon Power 600X

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Silicon Power 600X

The Silicon Power 600X is a compact flash (CF) memory card that is ideal for use by photographers in a digital SLR camera. It has a 64GB capacity and utilizes quad-channel transfer mode and TurboMLC technology. The Silicon Power 600X Compact Flash Card supports up to 90MB/s read/write speeds and provides photographers with continuous shooting experience as it is compatible with their high-end equipment that supports high-definition image output.

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Silicon Power 600X

The Silicon Power 600X is a compact flash (CF) memory card that is ideal for use by photographers in a digital SLR camera. It has a 64GB capacity and utilizes quad-channel transfer mode and TurboMLC technology. The Silicon Power 600X Compact Flash Card supports up to 90MB/s read/write speeds and provides photographers with continuous shooting experience as it is compatible with their high-end equipment that supports high-definition image output.

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The Silicon Power 600X Compact Flash Card complies with CFA (CompactFlash Association) CF4.0 specifications, and supports PIO mode 6 / MWDMA 4 / UDMA 6 mode. Compatible with DSLR cameras and any devices with CF slot, the 600X has ECC (Error Correction Code) function and wear-leveling technology that allows it to detect and correct errors for data reliability, and extend their lifespan and supports 8-bit or 16-bit host data transfer. The Silicon Power 600X comes with lifetime warranty and after-sales service. The compact flash card measures 36.4mmx42.8mmx3.3mm and weighs 10g. It has a durability of 10,000 insertions (minimum) and has a power requirement of 3.3V/5V. It also has a mean time before failure of more than 1,000,000 hours.

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