2GB Kingston MicroSD TransFlash JAPAN

Discussion in 'R4 DS' started by striding, Jul 24, 2007.

Jul 24, 2007
  1. striding
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    Newcomer striding Advanced Member

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    was thinking of buying one of these, do they work well with the R4 ?
    are there any slowdown in games etc ?
    would appreciate
    a response [​IMG]
     
  2. hankchill

    Member hankchill I Pwn n00bs.

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    They work just fine [​IMG]

    You'll probably have the usual slowdown with a couple of games, but it's the same across all cards.
     
  3. FifthE1ement

    Member FifthE1ement GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    I just did a full review. Check the site in my sig.

    FifTH
     
  4. 4saken

    Member 4saken Retired Ace Attorney

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    From my own tests:
    Tony Hawk lags similar to a 1GB Kingston (Japan)
    Castlevania: PoR crashes at portals with around 10% probability if you try to rush into it.
     
  5. FifthE1ement

    Member FifthE1ement GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Perhaps you have a faulty device and/or yours is getting "old". I trust your response so if you say it is doing this I know your is, but I have tested two separate 2GB models and they play flawless on all videos and games. The 1GB is much worse than the two also with much slower speeds, etc... In my review I even test Castlevania and it never froze on me once with over 10 hours in now.

    I just bought a SanDisk Mobile Premier 2GB microSD which will be here this week! I will be reviewing that and adding it to the list! This device is similar to the Ultra II line of products with the same speed specs also.

    Regards,

    FifthE1ement
     

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