Super Cheap microSDHC

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Jun 8, 2008

Super Cheap microSDHC by creamfilling at 5:08 AM (1,334 Views / 0 Likes) 11 replies

  1. creamfilling
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    Newcomer creamfilling Newbie

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    Sandisk 4gb bulk package

    $15.88 (US) @ amazon

    I originally had issues with a poor quality flash card so I decided to upgrade recently

    Just got two of these (got one for my cellphone as well.)

    Works great so far, speedy, no lag, no issues on the 15 games I tested.

    running it on a m3 ds real (version M3-ndsReal-CP3)
     
  2. CorruptJon

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    Holy cow nice. I might order a few.
     
  3. Joe88

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    $17.33 + $4.50 shipping

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  4. creamfilling
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    You know, i have heard of this happening before -- prices given to people based on their IP address (even within the continental US).
     
  5. Joe88

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    its jumping back and forth, now its

    $13.98 + $7.85 shipping...

    anyway, you just grab a a-data class 6 for about the same exact price
    doesnt seem worth it
     
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    A-Data Class 6 is manly. Getchasum.
     
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    Yeah I agree. A-Data is one of the best memory cards, if not the best, out there..
     
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    Seconding the A-DATA recommendation. HDTach reports that it has an average sequential read speed of 20 MB/s. That's good, right?
     
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    Haven't tried A-DATA but I'm loving my Class 6 Transcend, that was almost as cheap as that one [​IMG]
     
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    Transcend seconded
     
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    Did you do Quick Bench or Long Bench? That looks like Quick Bench. My Integral 1GB one is 17 MB/s. Pretty good for a card that often crashes. Oh and I used the DSTT reader...
     
  12. Joe88

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    anyway the point of this is:

    they just hide the rest of the product cost in S&H
    its really no more cheaper then a regular one
    all of the bulk packaged one's I noticed this, theres never free super saver shipping on them because thats where they get the money back
     

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