Flash Cards

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by vodoochild81, Jul 8, 2011.

Jul 8, 2011

Flash Cards by vodoochild81 at 11:55 PM (544 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. vodoochild81
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    walmart sells them for 20 dollars. Are you really that petty you don't want to spend 5 dollars?
     
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    Well that's damn rude brother. I asked what the best deals were, did I ever say I wanted to save 5 bucks? Easy on the hate.

    You didn't even tell me what type of card it is. Every wall-mart is way different too.
     
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    and... my newegg link stolen again...
    Anyway, I would just go with the one you "stole"from me... Its excellent quality, works super with the EZVi
     
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    I have no experience with the PNY brand. Some people like them, but I don't personally recommend them.
    Transcend however, I do have experience with. And all I've ever used in my flashcarts are Class 6, with very few (nearly no) problems at all. I believe there were two games which had slowdown issues, but these were experienced by people with all sorts of memory brands and classes.

    Also, don't discount the brand A-Data. I use them exclusively these days.

    Regarding Wal-Mart for flash memory; the last time I went searching for microSDHC cards at Wally World they only had SanDisk brand carts for exorbitant prices. Perhaps one near you will have a better selection, but I've always trusted Newegg for my memory and have never been disappointed.

    @jonthedit: "Your" link was.....stolen? [​IMG]
    Certainly looks like the link belongs to Newegg, to me.
     
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    MicroSD speed is meaningless if you have a good flashcard, and as a DStwo owner, you're good. [​IMG]
    I own about 12 MicroSDs and that seems to be the case in my experience.
     

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