so i'm craving an SC miniSD

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Mar 19, 2008
  1. silent sniper
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    sometime in the future i am gonna wanna buy an SC miniSD. what i need to know is, what is the compatibily like? (gba and nds)
     
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    GBA, not so good. You're going to have slowdowns in some GBA games due to slow RAM. More info is available at http://wiki.pocketheaven.com/SupercardGBASlowdowns

    On the DS side of things however, the slot-2 Supercards remain some of the most compatible slot-2 devices out there. It's not quite as good as slot-1 devices obviously, and you won't have some of the advanced features like real-time saving, but nearly all games will work with cheats and in-game guide available.

    Personally I use my SC MiniSD almost exclusively for DS gaming. I've got an older Flash2Advance Ultra that I use when I want to play a GBA game, so I actually haven't experienced the GBA slowdowns myself, aside from a quick test run with Metroid Fusion. Keep in mind you will need a slot-1 NoPass in order to boot the SC miniSD into DS mode, though once you do this you can install FlashMe if you wish which will eliminate the need for it.
     
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    Compatibility of the SCDS is actually not as good as to a card such as the M3SD.

    I'm here to tell you - M3 Lite (Or any slot 2 M3SD) is an awesome cart and I'd recommend it to anyone. [​IMG]
     

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