1. sparky930

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    circuitcity.com has a kingston 512mb sd card for $10. I was wondering if anyone knew if this was a half decent card and if it would work well with my supercard sd for playing mainly DS and GBA games. I currently have an old 256 san disk card but I am looking for something a little bigger and for a fairly cheap price. Does the read/write speed of the card really make a difference in playing games? Any insight is much appreciated. If this card is no good, does anyone have any other cheap suggestions for something I can buy in the US?


    here's the link to the card if anyone wants to check it out:
    http://www.circuitcity.com/ssm/Kingston-Te...roductDetail.do


    Also, anyone know anything about this case?
    http://www.circuitcity.com/ssm/Intec-Ninte...roductDetail.do

    I hate having to wait forever to get stuff from overseas...that's why I am trying to go the circuitcity route for most of my DSL stuff.

    Thanks.


    EDIT: The links should work now...hopefully
     
  2. REL1203

    REL1203 GBAtemp Regular
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    niether one of your links work
     
  3. monkeyroms

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    I picked up one of those cases from Best Buy and brought it back the very next day....thing was a piece of crap. The 'hinge' is simply 2 flaps of metal folded over each other and is very clunky. It is supposed to fasten shut with a sliding switch, which neither slides nor fastens very well. Worst of all, the fabric inside (or maybe the adhesive they glued it down with) STINKS like crazy. Stay away from this case.
     
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