DSTWO SDHC?

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May 24, 2010

DSTWO SDHC? by LUGiA at 7:56 AM (3,219 Views / 0 Likes) 17 replies

  1. LUGiA
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    Is the DSTwo MicroSDHC compatible thinking of getting a 8GB MicroSD just want to check...
     
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    Of course it is
    most flashcarts nowadays can use sdhc
     
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    thought it was just wanted to check...thanks
     
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    yes, it is and i was using it [​IMG]

    however, right now as a backup card i use 2GB [​IMG]P
     
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    panasonic? [​IMG]
     
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    bit over priced
     
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    But worth every penny IMO - lightning fast for reads and writes. Knocks the socks of every Sandisk, Transcend and Toshiba I have here.

    The two you linked to are class 4 & indeterminate (I'd guess class 2 based on seeing the same item retail at the weekend) - the Samsung is class 6 on the packaging, but way faster when benchmarked using CrystalDiskMark 3.0b
     
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    For the avoidance of doubt - comparing the Samsung against the "book" figures for what constitutes Class 6, not against any other card.
     
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    Could you post the Sequential stats of the CrystalDiskMark program ?
     
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    Ahh I have an unamed Branded Class 6 SDHC Card(Came with some item and no name on it, all I know it's from Korea since it says that on the back with a bunch of numbers).

    Gets:
    15.05 Read Speed
    9.872 Write Speed

    My Class 4 Card which is also unamed and from Taiwan gets:
    11.30 Read Speed
    7.236 Write Speed

    Also what you need to remember(to the OP) is that Flashcarts need Read Speed most, Write speed is only used when Saving and when putting stuff onto the Memory Card so going for a slightly cheaper one isn't always a bad decision.

    But that Samsung one does look pretty good, think I'll buy a couple when I can [​IMG]
     
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    Hey, every1, Idk if I'm in the right section 4 this, but I'm tryin' 2 use a Kingston 32GB Micro SDHC card & for some reason I can only write 44 games over at the most on it (the others' icons don't show up & I get a white screen if I try to load any of those & all the games are untrimmed & work if I have them as the first 40-44). I've tried using Panasonic's SD Formatter, both v.2 & 3 w/ different settings like having the format size adjustment on or off & I've even tried the FAT 32 GUI w/ different allocation unit sizes, but nothing seems to work. I noticed that all the games I load onto a Sandisk 4GB Micro SD card work perfectly, but I always have to make sure that I only write everything over once b/c if I start to tamper w/ anything by adding &/or removing files after they have been copied over to the card then they don't work. Any ideas on what could be the problem? Thanks, guys.
     
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    i use 32Gb kingston class4 with dsi xl and no problem
     
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    Kingsmax Class 10 - Amazon.com
    Would this be a good replacement micro sd card?
    I have a 8gb Transcend but its getting too full and my computer is starting to not read it on occasion.
     

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