Diversion/amtm: Does USB stick speed matter?

bmn1

Senior Member
I want to install diversion (and maybe flexqos) and wonder if the required USB stick speed matters at all?
is it actively being used when running those programs/scripts or is it just a storage devices?

The fastest USB stick at the moment seems to be the Sandisk Extreme Pro 128GB stick.
But ofcourse there are cheaper and slower sticks out there.
I will be using the USB stick with my Asus RT-AX86U.

Thanks in advance!
 

thelonelycoder

Part of the Furniture
Use the search function on this board, that brings up discussions for days to read into.
 

bmn1

Senior Member
Yes thanks I already did (after posting these).

Whoever comes back to this:
Get any cheap NVME SSD (200GB start at 15€ + 15€ for a USB case) and it will be miles fast and more reliable than any USB stick.

E.g.: https://geizhals.at/adata-ultimate-su650-240gb-asu650ns38-240gt-c-asu650ns38-240gt-r-a2094629.html?hloc=at

Or

 

bbunge

Part of the Furniture
I want to install diversion (and maybe flexqos) and wonder if the required USB stick speed matters at all?
is it actively being used when running those programs/scripts or is it just a storage devices?

The fastest USB stick at the moment seems to be the Sandisk Extreme Pro 128GB stick.
But ofcourse there are cheaper and slower sticks out there.
I will be using the USB stick with my Asus RT-AX86U.

Thanks in advance!
A USB2 thumb drive works very well. SanDisk is a good brand.
 

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