EZ-Flash IV mini-SD -> which mini-SD?

Discussion in 'GBA - Flashing Hardware and Software' started by Quark^2, May 12, 2009.

  1. Quark^2
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    I ordered a EZ-Flash IV mini-SD for my GBA-SP (completing my collection).
    Ofc I need a 2Gb mini-SD too.

    Is a regular mini-SD good enough or is a highspeed (80x) better?
    The mini-SD is only used for reading + flashing games, right? So a lower speed mini-SD should be plenty.

    Right?
     
  2. FAST6191

    FAST6191 Techromancer

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    For GBA it does not matter as everything runs from the ram/NOR.

    For DS it matters somewhat for a handful of games (Castlevania POR, tony hawks games, megaman 5 videos and the like) but for the most part it does not, most "high speed" cards are a joke/marketing gimmick though. Chances are if you are getting a newer 2 gig card it will be OK.
     
  3. Quark^2
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    It's only for my GBA, not for my DSi (%#$! Nintendo).
    Ok, ordering the regular mini-SD.
     
  4. Lametta

    Lametta GBAtemp Regular

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    When my EZ-Flash IV arrives Im going to use a spare 2GB micro-Sd with mini-Sd adaptor, I hope it works
     
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