Cyclo or DSTT

Discussion in 'CycloDS' started by lolzed, Oct 13, 2008.

  1. lolzed
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    lolzed The GBAtemp Pichu

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    Which one is better for you?Or any other card?
     
  2. tinymonkeyt

    tinymonkeyt GBAtemp brat

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    most answers are gonna be cyclo, considering the fact you posted this in the cyclo forums
    but yeah
    the cyclo is better, but at a more expensive cost.
    DSTT is good if you are on a low budget
     
  3. lolzed
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    lol yeah sorry bout that but i might buy Cyclo and just seeing if there is anything better...
     
  4. IBNobody

    IBNobody I try to keep myself amused.

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    Texas, Hang 'Em High
    Right now, there is nothing better.
     
  5. tedmg09130913

    tedmg09130913 GBAtemp Regular

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    If you want the card with the very best quality and features irregardless of price the get the cyclods. If you want to buy a card for less money there is ezflashv, acekard2.1, supercard dsone, edge and dstt. The ezflashv and acekard2.1 and the supercard dsone having the most features of the five cheaper cards.
     
  6. JPH

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    Read the reviews.
    Compare them, and figure out which one suits you best.

    There are literally a thousand topics about this subject.
    Use the search function for your 'newbie' questions, next time please.

    Topic closed.
     
  7. DeMoN

    DeMoN GBAtemp Guru

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    You're basically trying to compare the most budget card with the most pimped out card. Obviously the CycloDS is better in terms of function, but the DSTT is much, much cheaper.

    And lol @ JPH. Forgot the actually close the topic.
     
  8. Heeroo

    Heeroo GBAtemp Regular

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    @JPH: A Acekard 2 review is missed^^.
    The DSTT is not netter than the CycloDS, buy a CycloDs and you have no truble^^
     
  9. Bootsum

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    Hey your question is funny.
    Both cards are not in the same segment. You somehow compare apples and oranges.
    DSTT is a basic card only suitable for budget buyers.
    CycloDS is a premium card which is the most expensive, much more expensive than another premium card Supercard DS One (50% cheaper).

    You didn't define what "better" means here.
    Do you mean the best features without any price consideration, or best bang for the buck etc.??

    You didn't do any reading at all before asking such a question.
    Re-define your question and state what you want, and ask again.
     
  10. Bootsum

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    If you want the best most feature-rich cards, there are only two options so far.
    * CycloDS
    * Supercard DS One

    Go for Supercard DS One. It is half the price of CycloDS but it doesn't mean it's only half the quality of CycloDS.
    Actually they are on par, or even slightly better than CycloDS depending on what features are more important to you.
    Either card has something that another doesn't have so there is no clear winner.
    Read my review: Supercard DS One Review
     
  11. gizmo_gal

    gizmo_gal QWEEN of the RadioActive Force!!!

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    Uhm...Isnt this topic supposed to be closed?
     
  12. rasputin

    rasputin GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Instead of getting a cyclo buy 10xDSTT+2MBmem instead and make profit
     
  13. warmijwilfaain

    warmijwilfaain War Mage MILF

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    Kent. lolol
    ???
     
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