best micro sdhc card for acekard 2

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Oct 7, 2008
  1. doxology83
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    whats the best micro sdhc card for the acekard 2? i have read about adata's being good, which i found strange.

    also i noticed 3 4gb micro sdhc cards from adata on newegg. they all seem to be different packages, i was also wondering if all of those have the same 4gb card in them.

    is adata the best or is there something faster?

    thanks.
     
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    They're all the same 4gb card, just depends if you want the extra adapters or not.
     
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    As long as its class 6, its good. Class 4 is also good but 6 is better.
     
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    get a 4gig one, but then get a 1gb kingston japan ($3 at newegg) its the fastest, and will run all the problem games.

    there is like 5 different brands of 4gb microsd at newegg for less than $20, and with the cheap shipping the ship will probably be less than $3.00
     
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    thanks for the replies, i wouldn't have thought that all of the cards that where class 6 would have been about the same would have thought they would have had speeds that where slightly better to try and set themselves apart.

    is there actually a need for the 1gb kingston for the acekard 2? it seems in most of the reviews i have seen that its been able to play everything find from pretty much any card, have users had issues with speed with the micro sdhc cards? i would have thought the micro sdhc cards would be faster than the normal micro sd ones.
     
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    I've had no problems with my class 6 adatas except for twewy, which I did eventually get working. Besides that, smooth as silk, no lag or slowdowns on anything.
     
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    How about a 16GB class 2?

    Or are 2 8GB Class 6's better? I fear I may lose the damn lilliputian things.
     
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    Two 8GB class 6 cards will be infinitely better than a 16GB class 2. Class 2 cards are far too unreliable and many games don't work well with them.

    Edit : Goodness, I just realized I helped bump a dead thread. >.>
     
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    A Class 6 4GB is the best. Most notable is the ADATA 4GB MicroSD Class 6. There is also the Transcend.

    I recommend a ADATA 4GB MicroSD Class 6 or a Transcend 4GB MicroSD Class 6. Both are equally good.
     
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    I use a 4gb Transcend Class 6. Runs very smoothly, as stated before no lag. However, if your card gets corrupted for some reason, I would NOT reccomend using Windows formatter, but rather, the Panasonic formatter. For some bizzare reason, reformatting using Windows actually slowed down my card (until I turned to AKAIO).
     

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