Memory Expansion Pak Question

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Jul 20, 2009
  1. Flipkidd13
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    I've got the memory Expansion Pak for slot 2 that came with the Nintendo DS Browser i purchased years ago, and I am currently using both a DSTT and Acekard 2 for my DS Lite. My question is, if I insersted the Memory Expansion Pak into slot 2 while using an emulator such as NeoDS, would it allow my games to run at a higher FPS? Would it also allow me to play GBA roms?

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    Well...if the DS browser expansion pak is compatible with the emulator, it should make some games run better...probably just the bigger ones. But no, it definitely won't let you run GBA games. You'd need a card like the 3in1 to do that.
     
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    thanks.

    NeoDS says it supports expansion memory, and when i use the memory i dont see any FPS improvments or even graphical improvements when i play games. BUT, i do notice that when the expansion pak is in, and while i am playing a game and take it out, the graphics get all screwed up, so i am assuming the expansion pak is being used. Any word on this?
     
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    Well, I think only some games get FPS improvements and such. Not all of them.
     
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    Really? well, is there a list of those games, or do we just try and see if any improvements are seen?
     

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