Need a cheapest flashcard possible

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by primeboss, Feb 22, 2008.

Feb 22, 2008
  1. primeboss
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    Newcomer primeboss Advanced Member

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    I have a supercard Sd and works completly fine. I just dont want anything to stick out my ds lite any more. I dont care for gba support. I dont care if it is Slot 1 or 2.

    All i really need is good nds support. Play the newest game with ease. I dont mind patching

    So far the cheapest i saw was the ewin2 micro sd-no stick model for 3.99 + 8.99 shipping from sky2k
     
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    Well the cheapest for best quality is DSTT. But still its around 30-50 shipped.
    I woudnt go for ewin2. Am not sure which passcard works for that..
     
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    Your best option is probably a Slot-1 card.

    You can get a DSTT off dealextreme for under $30 or you could try to find a cheap R4 or EDGE for a similar price.
     
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    Yeah you can also get Supercard DS1 for 35 from DX. But remember if you order something from dealextreme, you need to be extremly patience.
     
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    the dstt and edge are your cheapest slot-1 carts, both are under $30 i believe at dx, my sister uses a dstt with nothing but perfect results with any game
     
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    It's near to impossible to get a flashcart for less than $20. Don't bother, if you do find one, it's not worth the purchase.
     
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    The only thing I can think of that is under 20 bucks is like an EZFlash 3-in-1. Otherwise, everything else will cost at least $30. Borrow some money or something. [​IMG]
     

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