Hacking M3 Perfect, Has RAM, right?

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I believe that the M3 Perfect is the one with RAM for GBA playability, so it has RAM built in with it. The professional version does not have any RAM or any ability to play GBA games (which is why the M3 Professional is cheaper).
 

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I believe that the M3 Perfect is the one with RAM for GBA playability, so it has RAM built in with it. The professional version does not have any RAM or any ability to play GBA games (which is why the M3 Professional is cheaper).
This is correct.


And why did you put this in this section? The m3 has its own board you know...
 

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Well, sorry. I don't have OVER 9000!!!!! posts [EDIT: WHOOPS I ONLY SAW UR MEMBER #s] like you guys. I haven't made a new topic in awhile, and... yeah. Done making excuses.

Ty. Hopefully I can buy one soon.

The M3 Perfect lite: since i'm not familiar with their naming scheme, would this (if it exists) be the M3 Perfect that fits in DSLs?
 

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The M3 Perfect lite: since i'm not familiar with their naming scheme, would this (if it exists) be the M3 Perfect that fits in DSLs?

You are correct. If you don't want a "lite" version or if you don't have a DSL, you can also get a miniSD version and a Slim version which takes normal sized SD cards as they will fit in a normal GBA slot. I haven't seen one that takes micro SD cards except for the lite unless you use an adapter.
 

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