Adata MicroSD owners?

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by magikalfly, Jan 13, 2007.

  1. magikalfly

    magikalfly Member

    Dec 7, 2006
    Hey. I was just reading around some and found out that the Adata super microsd cards are the only other cards, besides the Kingmax microsd, which use SLC-Single Level Cell to achieve faster performance.

    I read on GBAtemp that Danny, from M3, recommended a Kingmax or PNY microsd to ensure Castlevania POR runs smoothly. I couldn't find out anything about PNY card speeds but the Kingmax is suppose to be 10.5MB/s Max read and 8.9MB/s Max write.

    Any Adata super owners care to try running some benches or tell us about POR crashing or not?

    Sidenote, someone should compile a list of microsd cards and info from users such as speeds, made in, crashing or slowdowns in games.

    Edit: Anybody? If anyone with an Adata super card tells me POR works perfectly, I'm just going to buy it this minute...

    Edit: F* it. I just ordered a Ritek Ridata 1GB from meritline. They're suppose to be 115x high speed cards so we'll see.
  2. False Hope

    False Hope Advanced Member

    Nov 28, 2006
    Nope, A-data 1GB or Higher doesnt work with it. But supposedly the 512MB works. KingMAX, PNY, Kingston (Made In Japan), Toshiba(Made IN Japan) Cards are the ones that work with it.
  3. Hellice

    Hellice Member

    Dec 25, 2006
    I use an A-data 1gb and get frequent lockups in C:POR
  4. Hammyface

    Hammyface GBAtemp Advanced Fan

    Jun 4, 2006
    United States
    A Data and Sandisk regular give me choppy video in Casltevania DoS FMV and Animal Crossing
  5. BoneMonkey

    BoneMonkey The cheese stash is a lie.

    Dec 9, 2006
    United States
    please be specific a-data 512 , 1 gig , 2 gig ?
  6. comapro

    comapro Advanced Member

    Mar 27, 2005
    United States
    MN, USA
    Here's some benches using the long test on HDTach.

    Castlevania DoS intro doesn't lag.

    edit: Tried PoR, it freezes when I spam start at Wind [​IMG]

    A-Data Super 1GB MicroSD

    T-Flash Reader (came with R4, crappy)
    Burst: 4.2MB
    Avg: 4.1MB
    Random Access: 2.6ms

    EagleTec Reader (another free crappy one)
    Burst: 6MB
    Avg: 6MB
    Random Access: 1.9ms

    SanDisk Imagemate 12 in 1 (a good reader)
    Burst: 10.5MB
    Avg: 10.3MB
    Random Access: 1.6ms


    I also tested my SD card. I dunno why. Maybe it'll be useful to some people.

    A-Data 1GB SD 150x

    T-Flash Reader
    N/A, only takes microSD!

    EagleTec Reader
    Burst: 6.6MB
    Avg: 6.5MB
    Random Access 1.4ms

    SanDisk Imagemate 12 in 1
    Burst: 19.1MB
    Avg: 19.1MB
    Random Access: 1ms
  7. magikalfly

    magikalfly Member

    Dec 7, 2006
    comapro, mind posting in my MicroSD info thread? It'd be good to get some more info to make the list bigger.
  8. comapro

    comapro Advanced Member

    Mar 27, 2005
    United States
    MN, USA
    already did. i saw it right after this thread [​IMG]