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Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by xCuteBunnyx, Mar 16, 2008.
Is A-Data(4GB) or Kingston(2GB) better for the CycloDS?
They're the same thing as far as I know, A-Data just uses Kingston's microSD's (like many others also do)
whichever is cheaper???
did you decide on a cart yet?
If both are true capacity, I would get the A-Data.
I got a CycloDS : )!
congrats! I've been enjoying mine, I think you'll like it. I would suggest picking up a rom organizer of some sort. I use rominator myself since it's the best one out for the mac right now, though there are other options, it's a nice piece of software! That way, keep track of everything, see box covers, easy transferring, even though I don't think it can get any easier in general.
Thanks, but its still shipping : (.
Hm..what would it be like if without a "rom organizer." Lol. I'm "technology challenged" so I have no idea what that is haha.
How much would it cost ? o.O
Hows your Cyclo going?
oh and real quick, if you haven't ordered the memory card yet, here is a link to the a-data card at newegg for pretty cheap: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16820211196
the rom organizer is just that. It's a free(rominator is free) program you use to keep track of your games.
there is the link, take a look. It's like itunes for nds games. Once you get your games by whichever means, you add them to the program and it keeps track of them for you. I mean, obviously you could just keep all your games in a folder and just add as you please, but I like it this way. Just a suggestion.
My cyclo, love it, much better than the ds-x I had. I'm about to fly out to montana for a week and got my foot tattooed, arrived just in time, should give me something to do since I can't have shoes on all day.
In all my tests between the two, A-Data is faster. Actually the 2GB MiJ Kingston is pretty slow and does not hold up to the speed capabilities of 1GB and 512MB MiJ Kingston cards.
lol so wrong it isn't even funny. Most Japan-made microSDs that are 2GB or smaller are TOSHIBA made. Not Kingston.
As for the A-Data, look at my sig. That should answer your question. It's fast as hell and cheap. Even beats my Made in Japan 2GB Kingston handily.
A-DATA for me! it's fast and cheap
A-Data now has an 8GB class 6 uSD SDHC card for $54.99 @ newegg. Their 4GB uSD SDHC card was $22.99 when I checked this morning, almost what I paid in November for my 3 2GB Kingston Japan uSDs... (I'd go with 2 4GB uSDs myself as they are slightly cheaper for 8GB...)
uSD SDHC prices are dropping like a rock.
Picture of the card in the box says class4. Yesterday the item page listed it as class 4. Seems like they can't make up their mind.
I have a 1GB Kingston but am quickly running out of space. Can anyone reccomend any international sellers for an A-data 4gb card? I know newegg is good but they don't ship to UK
Are 2gb Adata cards conformed to work properly with Castlevania POR? Were the tests Thorough?
I have Kingston JAPAN version, IT works perfect with Castlevania