SanDisk Class 10 UHS-1

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  1. Dr Zoidberg
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    Can anyone confirm that the Class 10 UHS-1 cards work in flashcarts such as the DSTwo? I am looking at upgrading, but didn't know if it would work.

    This is what I am looking to get Sandisk

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. soulrazor

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    I dont know maybe it will but i remember reading something about those cards on crediar tweeter. It was related to read speed for quadforce

    it was this crediar tweeter full tweet:
    Edit: Hope this quote doesn't break any rule, if so delete this post
     
  3. Dr Zoidberg
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    Thanks, but I don't see how that is possible since it is class 10.
     
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    soulrazor GBAtemp Regular

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    class is a write speed indicator not a read speed, that i know for sure. But i have no knowledge in the read speed of that card compared to the standard one
     
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    Going faster is only going to decrease load times... up to a point, and even Class-4 cards hit this speed limit (transfer speed between the DS and the cart itself over the cart slot).

    Just get a class-4 or class-6.
     
  6. Dr Zoidberg
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    I just want to know if someone has used one and if it works. Thanks for the comments, though.
     
  7. DGenerateKane

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    That's the exact card I'm using in my DSTWO.
     
  8. Xarsah16

    Xarsah16 GBATemp's Official Village Dingus/Idiot

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    If your requirements are just class 10 and 32gb, this one is a couple bucks cheaper - and NewEgg is great for MicroSD cards. :) From my experience, brand doesn't matter that much - I think it's all really down to personal preference. I have a "brandless" microSD that's been running strong for 3 years now.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820313273