NEW R6 Gold ONE released

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Nov 25, 2008

NEW R6 Gold ONE released by ffsky at 7:42 AM (2,394 Views / 0 Likes) 16 replies

  1. ffsky
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    Newcomer ffsky Newbie

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    the MK-R6 Gold 2008 SPEC:
    * 1:1 original NDS cart size
    * Support ALL version of NDS & Lite
    * Simple PLUG and PLAY
    * Drag and Drop, not need any extra patch
    * NDS brightness adjustable
    * Support Auto Sleep Mode
    * Build in MagicKey pass2 function
    * Build in 4K/64K/256K/512K/2M/4M REAL EEPROM Save
    * Build in upgradeable BIOS flash
    * Perfect DLDI low-level support, not need DLDI patch in advance, support DS-Linux directly
    * Support homebrew, like MoonShell 1.71
    * Suitable for MicroSD (TF) and SDHC, up to 256GB
    * Support NDS/NDSL Rumble Pack function
    * Build in X,Y,Z 3-axis high speed accelerometer
    * Support Motion Menu function

    This version is the lite version of R6 GOLD, just come with one R6 GOLD cart, and sale at cheaper price.

    R6 Gold ONE


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  2. retiredjerk

    Member retiredjerk GBAtemp Regular

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    one word would probably describe this. its the same word that describes everything made by this company. CRAP.

    CRAP. CRAP.CRAP. say it with me.
     
  3. jagerstaffel

    Member jagerstaffel GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Support up to 256GB? Wowser, that's like.... maybe fit all the (J), (E) and (U) games in there un-trimmed [​IMG]

    It maybe be 2 years before we see an 256GB mSD card, but as the matter of the price....
     
  4. Maz7006

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    I don't understand is he just using GBAtemp to advertise?!?!?
     
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    Member shansoft GBAtemp Regular

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    you are correct [​IMG]

    just by looking @ his tag...you'll figure.....
     
  6. Searinox

    Member Searinox Just a taste~ ;3

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    It's not like he's advertising penis enlargement pills... still something just feel plain wrong. Ah yes, it must be the cart itself and their horrible past. I really do wonder if they've come up with a respectable device this time. Seriously I'd imagine their 8GB builtin flashcart could have had huge success if it was decent. Also, for an advertiser he made a huge mistake: didn't post a link to the site. XD

    "ALL" DS. Does that include the DSi? The statement was made in a post-DSi era. If it doesn't, there's no excuse for wording it that way.
     
  7. SoulAnger

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    R6 got a very good potential. The idea of R6 Gold's motion cart built in is awesome, R6 extreme's internal memory is wicked. Sadly it's menu and support sucks. Damn it, I would die just to see YSmenu on r6. Hence, r6 was the only cart that I wish that became an r4 clone. [​IMG]
     
  8. Vulpes Abnocto

    Former Staff Vulpes Abnocto Drinks, Knows Things

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    Does anyone here actually believe that a 256 GB SDHC card will ever be made?
    Even if they're capable of such capacity in such a small package any time soon, the memory manufacturers are sure to change the media format long before we reach such a capacity.

    This claim is equivalent to putting plastic streamers on a trail motorcycle's handlebars.
     
  9. cubanresourceful

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    Wait a minute, I thought SDHC could only go up to 32GB?
     
  10. Vulpes Abnocto

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    That is the plan, from what I've seen, and we might be 'lucky' if it makes it to that point before a media shift.
     
  11. DarkLG

    Member DarkLG Wow One Shiny Ribbon!!!!

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    I wonder if this cart is any good?
     
  12. AeroHex

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    ....some idiot didn't have any idea what photoshop is to design that crap
    supercard ds one sdhc = better

    i wouldn't pay $2 for this piece of junk
     
  13. Wabsta

    Member Wabsta you fight like a dairy farmer

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    Did anyone maybe figure that 256/8=32gig?
     
  14. MyauChanDesu

    Member MyauChanDesu Kamineko is GOD.

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    from the look on the cart, i'm not buying it lolz
     
  15. SoulAnger

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    I did, [​IMG] obviously that was suppose to be 256Gb.
     
  16. agentgamma

    Member agentgamma I dont know what to put here

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    I would.
    Then I would sell it on eBay for an inflated price.
    Then I would add some money to what I got and get a CycloDS!
     
  17. Askepios

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    I'd assume it actually means 256GB. It's a pretty stupid claim to make, but a valid one nonetheless.

    To clear up that issue, SDHC can technically go as high as 256GB, but if sticking with official SDHC specifications, the limit is 32GB. It's the same as 4GB and 8GB SD cards you see once in a while. SD is only meant to go as high as 2GB, but that's only following official specifications. A higher-capacity card can be created, but it wouldn't be compliant with SD standards, and may not work in all devices.

    Still, it's pointless to claim compatibility with 256GB MicroSDHC cards that we won't be seeing for a long while, if at all. It's just something to make the product look special.
     

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