David Haworth WA9ONY
Test results of three microSD cards plugged into the bottom of a Raspberry Pi.
Raspberry Pi Model 4 B 4 GB
Run the benchmark on your Raspberry Pi with the CLI command:
sudo curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/TheRemote/PiBenchmarks/master/Storage.sh | sudo bash
The website's very high benchmark scores (9,000 to 10,000) are sometimes from CPUs that are overclock to 2GHz and 2.1GHz.
The normal RPi 4 CPU clock speed is 1.5 GHz.
Look for David WA9ONY benchmarks in the User Table column.
Raspberry Pi Storage Benchmarks 2019 + Benchmarking Script
microSD CardTest Results:
Lexar 633x microSDHC UHS-1 32GB
Test run 1: 1448
Test run 2: 1400
Note, the Lexar shows up as a Sony image in the benchmark table.
Top SBC Micro SD Card (Group Benchmark)
SanDisk Ultra microSDHC UHS-I A1 32 GB
Test run 1: 1235
Test run 2: 1200
Samsung EVO Plus microSDHC UHS-I 32GB
Test run 1: 1254
Test run 2: 1096
**This microSD fails the Raspberry Pi OS SD Card Speed Test V0.4.
Raspberry Pi microSD card performance comparison - 2019
$33.41x5 (6.68 each)
Please post your Raspberry Pi memory benchmark results with your configuration.
73 David WA9ONY