1. galggod

    OP galggod Newbie

    they are about both are about 20Euro and i heard EZ-flash has trouble with some SD-cards
    Transcend 8GB microSDHC class 6 or Kingston 8GB MicroSDHC class 4
     
  2. Noobix

    Noobix GBAtemp Fan
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    Well I just got the Transcend because it's the "faster" card, but I haven't got my EZ-Flash Vi yet to test it on! (Praying that DX get stock on the 20th May!!!)

    It has "lifetime warranty" and coupled with Class 6 speed, it was a no brainer for me. [​IMG]

    Anyway pretty sure (99.9999%) that they both work fine. [​IMG] .
     
  3. galggod

    OP galggod Newbie

    lol I also ordered it at DX and am waiting for 20th may
     
  4. Mbmax

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    A simple advice here. Don't buy your microSD at DX. They mainly sell fake microSD cards.
    Choosing between a kingston class 4 or a Transcend class 6, i will take the kingston.
    Classes on microSD cards indicate the write speed which is very low on every flashcarts i know (max 1.7MB/s).
    So it's not a trustable value.
    Access time to reach data is very important. Kingston SDHC card are mainly Japan made cards (manufacturer Toshiba) which has a really good random access time .

    To conclude, i'm pretty sure both will work on EZVi because when a card has a bad acces time to reach data the hybrid mode do his job so your games will start.
     
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