Micro SD card for Supercard DSone

Discussion in 'Supercard' started by Vegeta, Sep 16, 2008.

  1. Vegeta
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  2. ozzymud

    ozzymud GBAtemp Regular

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    Keep in mind, class6 refers to maximum sustainable write speeds. There are reviews around the net where some class4 cards are actually faster then other class6 cards.

    Also remember write speed... read speed is not part of the spec, and cards vary greatly on this aspect... so sometimes you'll get what you pay for.
     
  3. lurbi

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    I agree to everything the previous poster wrote.

    class x refers only to minimum sustainable write speed.
    A metric which is useful for videocameras, but not really for Flashcarts.

    Also the read speed is not the most important, but the access time. (should be below 1 ms)
     
  4. Vapourstreak

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    i think most reputable brands will be okay. i dotn think the class really matters
     
  5. Minox

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    Read/write speeds doesn't really matter when it comes to DS games, but the random access speed does.

    Kingston/A-Data microSDs/microSDHCs is what I would recommend to have an enjoyable experience.
     
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