Please check this thread for more discussion of benchmark results: http://www.cliesource.com/forums/sh...15&pagenumber=1
- VFSMark can be a misleading statistic
- The performance of one CF card compared to a different MS will vary
- based on my comparison of a normal memory stick with a normal speed CF card - the Memory stick was faster !
This has little to do with the driver (ie. don't expect updates to radically increase transfer speed). This has a lot to do with the CF card. Older/Cheaper (slower speed) CF cards are on par with a memory stick. Faster CF cards are more expensive. Your mileage will vary !
NOTE: speed is independent of storage capacity. And in fact the large capacity 1GB Sandisk cards tend to be very slow.
IMHO: if you have a few older CF cards (under 128MB) you want to reuse - don't bother. You can buy a 128MB memory stick for about the price of the driver.
If however you want to invest in faster CF cards, or higher capacity CF cards (say 512MB or 1GB), then the CF driver will beat out the comparable memory stick option (in speed &/or price)