Nintendo DS Card Reviews

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  1. dolejh
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    dolejh Newbie

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    I had (have) a r4ds card and it is failing on me and I need something new. I see that there are alot of choices and alot of them are reviewed on this site.

    Is there just like a score board review that I can look at that you guys may have ranked the cards. I am just looking for a easy to use review sheet that says here is our pick?

    JD
     
  2. gringosam

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    I agree, as long as the cards are actively supported by their manufacturers, it seems mostly it comes down to preference for the menu perhaps. As long as they work you know. A few notable differences might be that the M3i Zero comes with a usb adapter to flash the firmware unlike the others.
     
  3. Uncle FEFL

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    I'd say you want the ones that are updated often. Wait...that's still nearly all of them. [​IMG]

    Cyclo DS: If you want one of the best (expensive).

    Acekard 2.1/i: This is the usual cheap card that is extremely useful.

    SuperCard DSOne/i: Get this one if you are excited about the new loader. Or if you like a lot of features. Beware of PSRAM errors though (like overheating and such). If you do have a bad PSRAM, just use Bliss' Triple Loader and load games from the DSTT. Or fix it yourself (which is actually pretty simple).

    M3 Real/M3 iZero: Get this for the Sakura loader. It's definitely one of the best (if not the best) loaders out there.

    i/TouchDS: Keep your distance from this card. It really isn't that good.

    R4: No. It was good in the past (back when I didn't even know about flashcards, so I don't know how good), but not anymore. So many clones out there! [​IMG]


    EDIT: The ones I posted on are the more popular cards (although I forgot about the DSTT). I don't know anything about the G6, or anything like that.