Anyone tried the Corsair 2GB Micro SD?

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Oct 31, 2006
  1. neospazzy
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    Newcomer neospazzy Newbie

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    I am debating whether to get this or the Kingston 1GB Micro SD. I heard the Kingston one is a good one with adequate speed with FAT16 + 64k clusters. Does anyone here have the Corsair Micro SD? If so, are you having any speed issues (e.g. Castlevania Intro, Tony Hawk, etc)? The M3 Wiki has nothing on the Corsair Micro SDs, thus I am posting here instead. I am thinking of using this with my M3 Lite that is being shipped to me. Thanks in advance.
     
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    Sorry, I have no advice. I was unaware Corsair (or any manufacturer apart from Sandisk) had a 2GB Micro-SD out.
    Where are you looking to buy one from?
     
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    Ah, we Aussies cannot use Newegg unfortunately.
     
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    corsair makes quality memory for the computer, that is without a doubt. I never go elsewhere for their computer memory from the current ddr2 dating back to the sdram days. I don't doubt their flash memory is quality but you can give it a try, with the new firmware/software updates from the m3 team, the speed of the card makes very little difference with the quicker dma access supported.
     

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