Best Gba SP flash card?

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Dec 30, 2009

Best Gba SP flash card? by double_vision at 6:58 PM (5,650 Views / 0 Likes) 7 replies

  1. double_vision
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    Ive looked on dealextreme and the only ones they have are 150m usb cards....
    whats one that uses sd? (preferably compatible with SDHC)
     
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    No GBA flashcart uses SDHC. GBA flashcarts came out LONG BEFORE SDHC even came about. Largest size you can get is a 2GB SD/miniSD/microSD depending on what you get.

    You can get an EZ4 which uses a miniSD:
    http://www.realhotstuff.com/ezflash-size-p-294.html
    http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.22019

    You can get a M3 perfect lite which uses a microSD:
    http://www.ishopvideogame.com/m3-perfect-l...key-p-1610.html

    The best ones were the pure NOR types with RTC etc, those of which are not made or sold anymore, not the ones with an external SD storage.
     
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    I would have recommended the supercard, but it lags too much to recommend it.
     
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    I would go with M3 Perfect or M3 Lite (if you can still find the lite with the GBA case)
     
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    Good christ, that m3 is heinously expensive!
     
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    Doesn't the M3 perfect lite have RTC?
     
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    I have both (one EZ Flash IV & two M3 SD Perfect). If you want Real Time Save and the Real Time Clock, then go with the M3 Perfect. I got it from shop01media.com for roughly $74 shipped (currency conversion and $10 shipping charge). The EZ Flash IV is a nice little card that you can get from dealextreme.com for $24.

    I love my M3 Perfect but you can't beat the price on the EZ Flash IV. Also, it's GBA cart sized so it won't stick out like the M3 SD Perfect.
     

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