Doubling capacity?

Discussion in 'CycloDS' started by dlf, Dec 14, 2009.

Dec 14, 2009

Doubling capacity? by dlf at 3:49 AM (925 Views / 0 Likes) 8 replies

  1. dlf
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    Stupid question (I think) but what sort of SD((HC)) cards over 8GB will the CycloDS Evoulation take? I have a urge to double or quadruple my 8GB, but don't want to buy a bad card . . .
     
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    32GB cards dont exist
     
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    It'll take anything up to 32Gb, but as Joe88 said there are no 32Gig cards yet.
     
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    That work in the Evo? Didn't think so. When will there be, if ever? Or does no one know? And what's the cheapest? ~$40?
     
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    Do you mean cheapest 32Gig under 40$, if so there are none. If however you mean 8 or 16Gig cards try here Newegg, great site for this kind of thing!
    Edit: Specificaly here: 16 GB at Newegg
     
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    What I mean is there is no 32 GB SDHC card that can be read by the CDS evolution?
     
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    There are no 32GB cards at the moment to test in a CycloDS.
     
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    SDHC is a standard. The max limit by that standard is 32GB. It doesn't matter who made a particular microSDHC, they all work the same to the user according to that standard.

    So in a way your asking a question about a standard you don't seem to understand. If your trying to ask where to get one, you currently can't.
     
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    I couldn't have said it better myself(not that I'm that great)!
     

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