1. parisi

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    im getting a psp these days, and i want a suggestion wich one is better, wich one is more comfortable and more hackable, (psp go can connect with ps3 controller) if its a psp 3000, does the mirco sd card with an adapter 16GB or 32GB work the same as memory stick pro duo?
     
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    Biggest downside to the PSP GO is storage limit. It has 16GB built in and you can get a maximum of 16GB M2 memory card (Very expensive) so you're limited to 32GB Storage.

    I have a PSP 3000 with a MicroSD to produo adapter with 128GB storage. (Storage is cheap)

    If the Go wasn't limited to 32gb storage i'd say it but for that reason I prefer the 2000/3000 series.
     
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    does the mircoSD adapter with 128GB work well? i've heard that psp dont recordnized more than 64GB. and is it important the class of memory card for exampe 90mb/s class 10?
     
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    I have one adapter that takes two 64GB micro SD's. Using Class 10 90mb/s cards. Can be a little slow to load the list of games but not horrific. I mostly use a different adapter that takes 1 64gb micro SD as find it's a little faster and more reliable.
     
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    i think that 64GB card is enough for psp. but what if my psp 3000 comes with the last official firmware, is it possiable to hack it?
     
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    Yes, all firmwares up to and including the last 6.61 are hackable. Although the CFW on the 3000 series is not permanent, you need to run a 'Fast Recovery' application any time you cold boot the PSP (Powered off completely) but that only takes 5secs at most.
     
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    Um, no, if I'm not mistaken, I do have a 3000 with a permanent custom firmware.
    Also, I think 32gb is enough for everything you wanna do on a psp go, but that's me.
    Heh, I can only say, find the cheapest psp and get that one.
     
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    As yes sorry up to 6.20 Firmware is, but anything higher isn't IIRC.
     
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    thanks for the advice. but is it possiable to downgrade from 6.61 to 6.20?
     
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    Yes I believe so, check this post. The second post someone confirmed from 6.61 to 6.20. http://wololo.net/talk/viewtopic.php?f=21&t=41227
     
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    If you have UMD disc you want to play and would like to have up to 256GB of space, then psp 2000/3000. If you would like to use a ps3 controller while connected to a tv through component cables which is the only benefit that i can think of, then psp go.
     
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    psp 3000 all the way. pspgo is too small (unless you like small device).
     
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