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Discussion in 'CycloDS' started by Urziel, Mar 23, 2008.
I have decided I am buying a CycloDS... which SD is the best for cyclo?
thanks in advance guys!
The micro one
Just kidding, I'm just playing.
Any card will suffice really, however if you get a MicroSDHC card, you'll have faster read and write speeds than standard MicroSD... Any one will do, really. I myself have a Sandisk 8GB MicroSDHC card.
Depends on what you want. The 8GB and upcoming 12GB are massive, but you might not need that much unless you use your DS as a MP3 player/Video player/Photo viewer.
well I think I am going for 2x2Gb ones but I am also thinking of later on buying a bigger one since I want movies and books and photos and mp3s the whole deal!
now the only problem seems to be which company should I trust more? some say Kingstons are nice, whats your opinion?
Get a Kingston Japan made. I have it 100% no problems (Some people say A-Data but some people also have trouble with the enhanced menu using A-Data cards)
And I was thinking of trying to find a place in Europe that sells A-data, well I guess it'll be a Kingston then.
I use a Kingston 2 gig w/ my Cyclo, and it seems to give faster speeds than my Sandisc.
I'd say get at least a 4 gig to start.
Can anyone reccomend a UK shipping site for a card?
I never even looked there as I assumed it would be expensive for them.
Amazon sells really cheap
I got my 8 gig Sandisk sdhc from Amazon with Micro Reader for $60 shipped. Works great.
what's the performance with the Sandisk? Is it considerably slower/more hassle than Kingston/A-data. It's just I've found this http://www.play.com/Mobiles/Mobile/4-/3359...html?P36=7UQ2XH or is it worth spending the extra £8 on a A-data.
yo yo !!! two more questions: first off, any places in UK with cheap SDs and transportation costs? Amazon charges £5 ffs for a thing that costs only £1.40... I mean wtf??? :/ secong, anyone knows how to tell which Kingston is made in japan and which is not???